London attack: police say attack is treated as terrorism
At least one person is dead after a terror attacker brought carnage to central London today by mowing down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and attacking police with a knife in the grounds of the Houses of Parliament More than 12 people are said to have been hit by a vehicle on the bridge. The Daily Mail reported that.
Shooting outside Houses of Parliament in London, casualties reported
Two people were shot at least a dozen people are reportedly injured after an incident on Wednesday afternoon, according to Reuters.
EU Council approves suspension mechanism of visa-free regime
European Union Council adopted a resolution at the meeting on Monday providing for the suspension of the visa-free regime for third countries.
Italy has allocated 1 million Euro for the residents of the Donbas
The Italian government has allocated €1 million to the UN World Food Programme and UNICEF to assist victims of the conflict in the Donbas. This was stated by the Ambassador of Italy to Ukraine, Davide La Cecilia, in a briefing on Thursday, February 23rd.
Normandy Four may meet in Munich
The foreign ministers of the "Normandy Four" (Russia, Germany, France, Ukraine) may have a Conference on safety in Munich, reports Interfax-Ukraine citing the diplomatic source.
Latest news from Brussels point at recognition of Ukraine's achievements by EU
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has said about the positive news from Brussels for the ratification of the EU-Ukraine Association, visa-free regime and macro-financial assistance from the EU.
Greece stands for peaceful resolving of Donbas conflict
One of the topics of the meeting of governments heads of Ukraine and Greece Volodymyr Groysman and Alexis Tsipras was the issue of security aspects, including the situation in eastern Ukraine and the implementation of Minsk agreements.
Poland to send a note to Russia requesting explanation for its refusal to provide debris of Tu-154
The Polish Foreign Ministry asked the Russian Federation which investigative actions over the past year have led to Russia’s refusal to return the debris of flight Tu-154 that crashed in 2010 near Smolensk, as was stated by Polish Foreign Minister, Witold Waszczykowski, on the air of the radio RMF FM, according to the statement by the Polish Foreign Ministry.
Finance Ministry expects London Court to deliver its judgement on Yanukovych debt in April
Ukrainian Ministry of Finance expects that London court will deliver the decision on Yanukovych debt in April. This was reported at the press-conference by Oleksandr Danylyuk, the Ukrainian Finance Minister.
EU sets date for debates on visa waivers for Ukraine
The EU institutions will hold trilateral debates on visa waivers for Ukraine on February 28, according to RFE/RL correspondent in Brussels Rikard Jozwiak.
HMS Diamond, capable of shooting down aircraft within 100 kilometers, will enter Black Sea
London sends clear signal of support of Ukraine’s sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity, - UK defense minister
Poroshenko told what he expects from Europe in case Minsk agreements are not fulfilled
President Petro Poroshenko says Ukraine remains committed to the Minsk agreements. “I emphasize that there is no alternative to the Minsk agreements,” the Head of State noted at the joint press conference with Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel