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Council of Europe will continue to support Crimea and all of Ukraine, says Secretary General

The situation in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol has further deteriorated, but the Council of Europe will continue doing all it can to...

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine favours Kazakhstan

Western sanctions against Moscow open up new opportunities for the Central Asian economic giant: independent international politics and fruitful energy cooperation with the EU When...

Russia: The Yabloko party demands an immediate cessation of hostilities

Early in the morning on February 24, Vladimir Putin announced a “special military operation” in Ukraine that resulted in rocket attacks on Ukrainian cities. On the same...

Why we must resist when authoritarian regimes try to re-define international rules

From the HR/VP Blog –  During the Munich Security Conference (MSC), last weekend, I explained why we must uphold the international order, based on international law...

Russia risks crossing point of no return, say ECR Co-Chairmen Legutko and Fitto

In response to Russia’s unilateral recognition of the Donbas region, ECR Co-Chairmen Prof Ryszard Legutko (Poland) and Raffaele Fitto (Italy) have condemned Russia's actions...

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President Duda wants Poland to join the Nuclear Sharing programme

Alexander Lukashenko announced on December 2023 that Russia has recently...

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