Being Ukrainian could land you in a Russian prison: How and why the Kremlin keeps replenishing its "swap fund"
17:50, 08 December 2020
Russia could set up another gas crisis for Ukraine if no new transit agreement signed, Klimkin admitsThe foreign minister said Ukraine had warned international partners of Russia's likely actions.
14:55, 16 July 2019
The current transit contract between Ukraine and Russia's gas giant Gazprom was signed in 2009 for a period of 10 years.
12:20, 15 May 2019
He has also said the Kremlin has influence on certain media resources in Ukraine, which is making things even more complicated.
11:05, 21 March 2019
Gas transit in exchange for dropping suits: Naftogaz official tells of Gazprom's blackmailing tacticsThe Russian monopoly has accused Ukraine of “breaking the balance in relations.”
10:15, 11 January 2019
The Nord Stream 2 project violates European legislation and will lead to irreversible consequences, Naftogaz said.
16:05, 14 June 2018
<p>The Ukrainian side at a meeting of the Tripartite Contact Group on Donbas settlement in Minsk will not fall for blackmail on the part of militants who demand that Ukraine include in the swap list persons suspected in the murder of the “Heavenly Hundred” heroes during the Revolution of Dignity, according to Iryna Gerashchenko, the country’s humanitarian envoy in Minsk talks and First Deputy Parliament Speaker.</p>
09:20, 16 November 2017
<p>Following reports about gay pogroms in the Russian region of Chechnya, a new story sheds more light on state-sponsored policies of repression and intimidation of LGBT people, Hromadske International reports referring to an interview a gay man from the Russian Republic of Dagestan with Caucasian Knot, the Northern Caucasus's only independent newsroom, which exposes the blackmail practices of the Russian Security Services (FSB) in recruiting agents for covert operations in Syria.</p>
16:00, 06 June 2017