Category Archives: Ukraine

Ukraine | Unnoticed searches in Ukraine: a month later

On March 12 a number of Ukrainian opposition activists were searched by state security of Kiev regime. Witnesses state that political police conducted them in unusually correct manner, policemen threw up evidences only in one case in Kharkov. But it was a large nationally coordinated wave of searches organized for a first time after half and year pause. We have published some data, but generally news agencies ignored the event, like nothing happened in Ukraine. It is true everybody is tired with Ukraine – supporters of a local reactionary regime, as well as its opponents round the world. Even nationally led persecution campaign looks like routine news. But we must remember struggle against reaction needs everyday attention. Any reactionary step could not be left and missed if we want to change a world for better.

Ukraine | Ukrainian “National Corpus” Nazis Seized the Nikolaev Regional State Administration Building

Nationalists from National Corpus and other far-right organisations rushed into the building of the Nikolaev Regional State Administration, demanding the resignation of the governor Aleksey Savchenko.

Ukraine | Russia is the main importer of weapons from Ukraine. The SIPRI report

Ukrainian authorities say they stopped the supply of arms by Moscow to the decision of the Council, signed by the President in August 2014.

The main importer of Ukrainian weapons in the years 2013-2017 was Russia, says the report of the Stockholm Institute for peace studies (SIPRI).

USA | Congress bans arms to Ukraine militia linked to neo-Nazis

A little-noticed provision in the 2,232-page government spending bill passed last week bans U.S. arms from going to a controversial ultranationalist militia in Ukraine that has openly accepted neo-Nazis into its ranks.

Maidan massacre: four years later

An unprecedented event took place in the European Parliament. On the margins of the ongoing EU summit, new investigative materials concerning the tragic incidents that took place in Maidan in 2014 were presented. In the coference uder the title „Maidan revolution 4 years later”, hosted by MEP Bill Etheridge, attended the representatives of many human rights organizations,  media and the European parliamentarians. There was present also the Scottish MEP David Coburn. Latvian MEP Miroslav Mitrofanov who showed special interest in presentation invited all the speakers to his office to discuss possible means of action.