Ukraine information newsletter No.205
Civic Sector of Euromaidan, Kyiv, Ukraine,
Tuesday, Nov 28, 2017
Dear friends of Ukraine,
You'll find a complete account of the latest information at Newsletter No.205.
Here are the highlights.
Ukraine has achieved EU unity on peacekeepers in Donbas – Poroshenko.
Russia's return to PACE without fulfiling obligations contradicts intl law.
Eastern Partnership Summit: Maintaining momentum without a membership roadmap.
Ukraine's First 'Maidan': The Orange Revolution 13 years later.
Week’s balance: criticism in EU, new foreigners for Naftogaz and timid growth of industrial output.
Ukraine joins trans-European transport networks.
President signs law on judicial reform.
Government approves Energy Strategy of Ukraine until 2035.
Kyiv is among Europe’s greenest metropolis.
Ukrainian company N-iX, a member of the Association “IT Ukraine”, has been included in the Software 500 ranking.
StopFake receives an award from the National Democratic Institute.
‘We need to change the decisionmaking process in Ukraine’ - Serhiy Kvit.
How Stalin starved 1930’s rural Ukraine to quash political enemies: Anne Applebaum interview.
Ukrainians suffered three terror famines under the Soviets not just one.
Manafort flight records show deeper Kremlin ties than previously known.
Nov 23. Krymske village defenders repulsed fierce 8-hour long attack of Russian proxies, both sides suffered losses.
OSCE shows video of powerful night shelling near Donetsk filtering station.
"Hello, my dear friend!" OSCE mission member hugs ‘LNR’ militant transferring Ukrainian soldiers’ bodies.(Video)
The head of the self-proclaimed LNR Igor Plotnitsky has stepped down amid a fierce power struggle among the Russia-backed separatists that has unfolded over the last several days.
Kremlin says change of leadership in Luhansk won't affect Minsk process.
“Occupiers’ methadone ban fueling HIV explosion in Crimea” and other neglected Russian stories.
Russia causes the death of revered veteran of the Crimean Tatar National Movement, then tries to hide it.
New human rights violations in Crimea recorded every three days.
The Russian authorities have resettled to Crimea 250,000 persons from the rebel-occupied parts of Donbas and 300,000 Russians from mainland Russia, says Crimean Tatars leader Mustafa Dzhemilev.
Russia jails four respected Crimean Tatars and spreads liesabout ‘machine guns and drugs’ to discredit the Mejlis.
New Russian 200-ruble bills with the image of the annexed Crimea are already illegal in Ukraine, and could be banned by the European Union as well.
Russia could sentence Ukrainian journalist to 20 years for gathering information about invasion.
Ukrainian victim of Russia’s first ‘absolutely Stalinist trial’ spends 4th birthday in brutal isolation.
The Ukrainian slave girl who smashed the glass ceiling in the 16th century and became queen of the Ottoman
How Belgian waffle culture became a big hit in contemporary Ukraine.
Another Turkish university to teach Ukrainian language.
Please read more about the new developments in Ukraine in Newsletter No.205.