Tag Archives: civil war in Ukraine

Ukraine | The fighting in Donbas became more active

On April 16 troops loyal to Kiev subjected to intensive mortar shelling the city of Dokuchaevsk, located on the territory of the Donetsk People’s Republic.
As a result of the bombardment about ten houses and a gas station on the streets of Lenina, Chapaeva and Vatutina were damaged. There are no victims and injured.

UK | Neo-Nazi groups recruit Britons to fight in Ukraine

by Kevin Rawlinson

Neo-Nazi groups involved in the fighting in Ukraine are actively seeking to recruit British far-right activists, a leading anti-fascist watchdog has warned.

At least two Britons are thought to have travelled to the war-torn eastern European country in recent months after encouragement by people linked to the Azov battalion, a notorious Ukrainian fascist militia, according to Hope Not Hate.

Ukraine | Military prosecutor of Ukraine makes unexpected statement

After the coup in 2014, the propagandists of the new Ukrainian government constantly declare Ukraine has been subjected to Russian aggression and tell of the myriad concentrations of Russian servicemen and military equipment in the Donbas. On February 20, these allegations were once again disproved.
11 Russian citizens were detained by Ukrainian special services for taking part in military operations against government forces in the last four years – the main military prosecutor of Ukraine Anatoly Matios informed on the air of the TV channel “112”.

Ukraine | A big exchange of prisoners of war takes part in Ukraine

Today in Donbas region Kiev regime and self-proclaimed peoples republics of Donbas exchanged their war and political prisoners. The event was announced a week before. Higher officials of Kiev regime, Russia, Red Cross and Orthodox Church were involved to preparing actions.  Journalists published information 306 men from Kiev and 74 from Donbas side would be included to the list.

Switzerland | Only the people are able to resolve the conflict: a road map for Ukraine from Geneva

The future of Donbas, the causes of the conflict in Ukraine and possible ways of its settlement were discussed on Wednesday at the Geneva headquarters of the United Nations at the conference “One Day About Donbass”.

The event was divided into two parts. The first was held in the Geneva office of the United Nations and was devoted to geopolitical analysis of the situation in Ukraine. It was attended by historian and political scientist of the National Institute of Oriental Languages ​​and Civilizations Bruno Drweski; President of the Council of the Foundation of the Geneva Institute of International Relations Gabriel Galice; military political analyst, founder of the Stratpol.com website Xavier Moreau; professor of the Fordham University of New York Olena Nikolayenko, as well as Ukrainian political scientist, director of the Kiev Center for Political Studies and Conflict Studies Mikhail Pogrebinsky.