• Ukraine to export flour to the U.S.

    Kulindorovsky baker's comany, located in Odessa, has signed a contract with an American company for the supply of high-grade flour to the United States, the Dumskaya news agency reports.

    According to the publication, this is the first trans-Atlantic agreement for the supply of flour in the history of Ukraine.

    The company’s management said that the conclusion of the contract was preceded by a long and laborious work, because the American food market is considered to be relatively closed to …

  • Ukraine's National Anti-Corruption Bureau received more evidence tying former Trump adviser to Yanukovych regime

    Detectives of the Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine received additional evidence of illegal payments from the "black cash" fund of the Party of Regions for an American political consultant, Paul Manafort, as reported by Dzerkalo Tyzhnia.

    "According to the weekly, recently NABU received additional evidence of payments for Manafort from the accounts affiliated with the former President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych. The evidence was indicative of financial transactions in the European banks …

  • Russian politician in Simferopol wrote letter to Trump asking him to recognize Crimea as part of Russia

    The deputy of the Simferopol city council of the Crimea from the Communist Party, Stepan Kiskin, wrote a letter to the newly elected US president, Donald Trump. Kiskin stated this on his Facebook page.

    Kiskin called on Trump to recognize the Crimea as part of Russia and offered to hold a second Yalta conference on the peninsula.

    The letter to Trump, noted Kiskin, was sent to the US ambassador to Russia, John Tefft, with a request that the diplomat give the letter to the president-elect.

    In …

  • Canadian Foreign Ministry calls for maintaining sanctions on Russia

    Canadian Foreign Minister Stéphane Dion urged all countries that imposed sanctions against Russia because of its actions against Ukraine to be firm in this matter, and stated that Canada would not ease the sanctions as long as Moscow keeps its current position.

    He stated this at a press conference in Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, according to Reuters.

    “Russia’s behavior in Ukraine and Syria is problematic, to say the least. That is why it is important to be very frank in our relations with …

  • DPR announces that six have been detained for assassination of separatist commander known as Motorola

    The self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic has declared that members of Misanthropic Division group, whose representatives have claimed responsibility for the murder of Arsen “Motorola” Pavlov, have been detained, Korrespondent.net reported.

    “On the 11th of November, six active members of the Ukrainian nationalist organization Misanthropic Division, whose leaders have claimed responsibility for the murder of legendary Commander of Sparta Battalion, Arsen Pavlov, commonly known as Motorola, …