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Five reasons why Ukraine will not join NATO soon

Kyiv responded to Russia's annexation of four Ukrainian regions on Friday by announcing a surprise, accelerated bid to join the NATO military alliance, Euronews points out. Existing members Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro and North Macedonia support the candidacy. But it is clear that the head of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, refused to support him, while ...

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For the first time, Russia officially used Kosovo as a pretext for seizing and seceding Ukrainian territories

Serbia expects Russia to protect Serbian interests in Kosovo, and official Moscow is citing a 2010 International Court of Justice ruling on Kosovo to prove that referendums in Ukrainian regions on joining the Russian Federation are in line with international law. As they stated, in this way it was confirmed that...

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Are Americans responsible for sabotaging Nord Stream?

Sabotage is the most likely cause of the damage to the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines. Some claim that the United States is behind it, and as "proof" they state that the attack was carried out by an American helicopter. To find out what the final truth is, the German DW decided to check all the facts. Russian gas is leaking from four holes in the pipes...

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Former US Secretary of State Kissinger on how smart it is for NATO to accept Ukraine!

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said on Friday that he does not think it is a wise foreign policy decision for the US to try to include Ukraine in NATO after the fall of the Soviet Union. "The main challenge came when the Berlin Wall came down... From the Russian point of view, the United States then tried to integrate the entire region of Eastern...

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What will happen in the southeastern part of Ukraine after Putin annexed four districts?

After Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an agreement on the annexation of four Ukrainian regions to Russia yesterday, the question arose: Who are the millions of Ukrainians who live on the other side of the front line and what will change for them? - For me, borders and state territories are not important, but the fate of people - ...

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With Putin's "Anschluss", Ukraine will no longer be the same from today

Today will happen what the whole world feared since February 24, when Russia began its invasion of Ukraine. Vladimir Putin will sign a decree in Moscow for the annexation of four Ukrainian regions, and the announced "solemn ceremony" will be attended by the leaders of the occupied regions, while Kyiv and its Western allies are preparing a response to the drastic...

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Quiet rise of Labor ahead of the Conservatives in British polls

The latest UK polls suggest the opposition Labor Party has a rare lead over the ruling Conservatives. The oldest British daily newspaper, "The Times", published the data from the survey of the organization "SouthGov", which show the greatest growth in popularity among the Labor Party in the last two decades. According to the "YouGov" survey, the opposition party is 17 points ahead of the ruling party, a support that...

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VIDEO: Bakhmut, the destroyed city in Donbas fighting against Russian forces

Bakhmut is a Ukrainian city in the Donbass region that has been feeling the pressure of Russian forces in recent days. According to the 2001 census, 69,4% Ukrainians and 27,5% Russians live in this city. This city is the key in the attempt of the Russian armies to completely take over the Donbass region. According to the New York Times, in Bahmut, …

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Why did the pound begin to "sink"?

The new British economy minister, Kwasi Kwarteng, is facing huge problems in his first month in office. He repeatedly insists that "the market will react as it should" and that there is no need to panic. The fall of the pound is the most current topic that the island's media are preoccupied with these days. "Bloomberg" learned that Kwarteng will hold today...

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