• Estonia to offer medical treatment for wounded Ukrainian soldiers

    This year, Estonia will offer treatment and rehabilitation for the Ukrainian servicemen who suffered through the hostilities in the Donbas region, as reported by Postimees, with reference to the Press Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Estonia.

    In May this year, Estonia will offer recovery treatment for ten servicemen of the Ukrainian army who suffered during the fighting in the health center “Sat.” Ukrainians will be delivered to Estonia for treatment in two groups of five people. …

  • Slovakian Foreign Ministery: We will find a way to continue Ukraine's EU integration

    According to the Slovakian Foreign Ministry, the European Union will find a solution that will allow the continued European integration of Ukraine. This statement came in response to the results of the Advisory Referendum on the Association Agreement EU-Ukraine past in the Netherlands.

    "We are talking about the internal decision-making process of one of the member countries of the EU, which must be respected. It all depends on how the government of the Netherlands will respond to the results …

  • Latvia bans broadcast of Russian channel RTR-Planeta

    The rebroadcasting and distribution of Russian channel RTR-Planeta’s programs have been banned in Latvia. This decision was made by the National Electronic Media Council (NEPLP) on April 7th.

    "Any ban is an indication of weakness," said Petr Fedorov, head of the International Relations Directorate at VGTRK. According to him, a national regulator "attempts to force VGTRK to censure their programs."

    At the end of March, Sputnik Latvia lost the right to use the domain .lv for its online portal …

  • Japan promises Ukraine $1.85 billion if Kiev successfully implements reforms

    The Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzō Abe, said during a joint press statement with the President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, that Japan promises to provide support to Ukraine in the amount of $1.85 billion if Kiev shows pregress in implementing reforms, Ukrainian News reported.

    “For our part, I have the following intention: We will keep our promises on provision of financial support to Ukraine in the amount of $1.85 billion for the implementation of reforms. The Prime Minister added that they …

  • Transdniestria appeals to Moscow for financial assistance to pay its employees

    The leaders of Transdniestria appealed to Russia for financial assistance to pay public sector wages, according to the Prime Minister of the self-proclaimed republic, Pavel Prokudin, TASS reported.

    “The government has requested that Russia allocate funds for the repayment of debt owed to state employees,” Prokudin stated.

    According to the Prime Minister of the breakaway region, last week, Transdniestria’s cabinet decided to start negotiations on a loan worth $26.5 million.

    Transdneistria is …