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Kuleba: Donbas, Crimea to be among priorities of Sweden's OSCE chairmanship in 2021

Kuleba: Donbas, Crimea to be among priorities of Sweden's OSCE chairmanship in 2021

The top diplomat advocates ensuring proper OSCE monitoring in the temporarily occupied territories of Donbas and Crimea.
22:00, 14 November 2020
Sweden calls political solution to conflict in Donbas its priority for 2021 OSCE chairmanship

Sweden calls political solution to conflict in Donbas its priority for 2021 OSCE chairmanship

Sweden will take over the OSCE Chair from Albania on January 1, 2021 with Sweden's Minister for Foreign Affairs Ann Linde serving as OSCE Chairperson-in-Office.
22:20, 16 July 2020
EU should take into account interests of partners, including Ukraine, withing Eastern Partnership initiative – Kuleba

EU should take into account interests of partners, including Ukraine, withing Eastern Partnership initiative – Kuleba

Minister stressed the need to consolidate efforts to prepare an ambitious Joint Declaration of the upcoming summit.
10:00, 11 June 2020
Sweden's Foreign Minister on Russian aggression in Donbas: "Devastation and suffering"

Sweden's Foreign Minister on Russian aggression in Donbas: "Devastation and suffering"

Sweden's OSCE chairpersonship is scheduled for 2021
03:15, 04 March 2020
Ukrainian Boeing crash in Iran: FM reports number, citizenship of victims

Ukrainian Boeing crash in Iran: FM reports number, citizenship of victims

Local emergency services say no one survived in the crash.
11:40, 08 January 2020
Sweden, Baltic countries may get multi-billion compensation for Russian nuclear waste burial in Baltic Sea – media

Sweden, Baltic countries may get multi-billion compensation for Russian nuclear waste burial in Baltic Sea – media

The retired intelligence officer asserted that the waste came from the large former Soviet naval base Karosta – next to the city of Liepaja in Latvia, southeast of Sweden and only a few hours away by boat.
21:26, 28 December 2019
Ukraine reports stats on nuclear fuel imports

Ukraine reports stats on nuclear fuel imports

Most of the supplies came from Russia.
21:45, 23 December 2019
Ukraine, Sweden, Lithuania, Estonia call on Russia to ensure access to Sea of Azov

Ukraine, Sweden, Lithuania, Estonia call on Russia to ensure access to Sea of Azov

The countries' ministers pledge to "remain committed to implement the non-recognition policy, including through restrictive measures."
19:40, 26 November 2019
Zelensky calls on Swedish PM to facilitate increase of investment in Ukraine

Zelensky calls on Swedish PM to facilitate increase of investment in Ukraine

That's including in energy efficiency and recycling.
10:20, 25 September 2019
Ukraine able to cover nuclear fuel demand without Russia supplies – minister

Ukraine able to cover nuclear fuel demand without Russia supplies – minister

Over the past three years, Ukraine has become completely independent from Russia in this regard.
20:30, 21 August 2019
Ukraine buys nuclear fuel worth US$69 mln, most supplies arrive from Sweden

Ukraine buys nuclear fuel worth US$69 mln, most supplies arrive from Sweden

Sweden accounts for about 75% of nuclear fuel supplies to Ukraine.
15:57, 22 July 2019
Sweden reportedly joins seven countries' protest against Russia's return to PACE – Ariev

Sweden reportedly joins seven countries' protest against Russia's return to PACE – Ariev

Ariev says Poland supports an initiative to draw up a new resolution against the reinstatement of the Russian delegation.
00:59, 02 July 2019
Saakashvili: Finland or Sweden is Russia's most likely target in near future

Saakashvili: Finland or Sweden is Russia's most likely target in near future

It would be relatively simple for Moscow to execute a land grab in a remote Arctic enclave or on a small island, like Sweden's Gotland.
14:38, 15 March 2019
Ukrainian Pidruchnuy wins gold at Biathlon World Championships

Ukrainian Pidruchnuy wins gold at Biathlon World Championships

Another Ukrainian, Ruslan Tkalenko, ranked 38th.
19:02, 10 March 2019
Moscow’s missile capabilities in Baltics not nearly as dangerous as they seem – Foreign Policy

Moscow’s missile capabilities in Baltics not nearly as dangerous as they seem – Foreign Policy

"Don't believe the Russian hype," journalists say.
21:40, 08 March 2019
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