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Bulgaria to expel two Russian diplomats accused of spying...
Bulgarias Foreign Ministry gave two Russian embassy staff, identified as involved in espionage, 48 hours to leave the country, sofiaglobe.com reports.
By ukrainiantribune on 2020-01-25 13:53 UTC
Liar Liar. Leonid Bershidsky keeps writing about Ukraine in his opinion pieces for Bloomberg...
The main idea of what Bershidsky is trying to sell, though, – that Zelensky is Anti-Putin somehow, and what is more laughable still – that “he’s the only kind of threat Russian President Vladimir Putin has any reason to fear.”
By ukrainiantribune on 2020-01-10 18:45 UTC
Ukraine to supply Turkish armed forces with 500 engines for military drones...
Zaporizhias Ivchenko-Progress design bureau has won a $600 million contract to supply the Turkish armed forces with 500 engines through the 2020s,
By ukrainiantribune on 2020-01-10 18:43 UTC
Snapchat acquires Ukrainian startup for $166M...
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Snapchat has acquired Ukrainian startup AI Factory for $166 million,reportsAIN.UA. AI Factory startup was founded in 2018 and operated in stealth mode ...
By ukrainiantribune on 2020-01-10 18:42 UTC
Сonspiracy theories are playing an increasingly influential role in politics...
In an era dominated by “fake news” and disinformation, conspiracy theories are coming to play an increasingly influential role in modern politics. During the recent impeachment hearings in the US, for example, former National Security Council official Fiona Hill warned that “fictional narratives”
By ukrainiantribune on 2020-01-10 18:40 UTC
Russian special services planned to kill ex-commander of Ukrainian army battalion...
Counterintelligence of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has prevented in Kharkiv an attempt to kill a former combat commander of an intelligence unit of a Ukrainian Armed Forces battalion, which was organized by Russian special services.
By ukrainiantribune on 2020-01-10 18:39 UTC
Gazprom pays Ukraine $2.9 bln under Stockholm arbitration court ruling...
Ukraine has received $2.918 billion from Gazprom under a ruling of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce."Yes, Ukraine has received
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-31 07:32 UTC
BBC standards are extremely destructive in the fight against Russian propaganda...
If we give facts and misinformation equal coverage, people will see only grossly distorted reality, said Evgen Tsybulenko, professor of International Law and le
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-31 07:31 UTC
Ukrainian banks reported a threefold year-on-year increase in profits...
Ukrainian banks reported net profits of UAH 59 billion during the first eleven months of 2019, according to new figures released in December by the National Ban
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-31 07:30 UTC
Post-Brexit agreement with UK is 75% ready...
"With regard to our priorities for the next year, we want to finish the negotiations on the agreement. This is a matter of several months," Ambassador Extraordi
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-31 07:30 UTC
New 'ad' for Apple: Breaking the barriers of morality...
After a scandal when Apple marked Crimea as a part of Russia, users proposed a new version of advertising for the company.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ypHxzlCE5c&feature=emb_logo
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-18 01:15 UTC
Ukraine should be a major beneficiary from Brexit - BUCC...
With Boris Johnsons electoral victory expected to speed Brexit, a new priority will be a UK-Ukraine free trade pact, argues the British Ukrainian Chamber of
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-18 01:13 UTC
Russians acknowledged their involvement in the North Korean missile program...
In an interview to #ZAUGLOM, the designer-general of the Moscow Institute of Heat Engineering, Yuri Solomonov explained how Russia helped create the North Korea
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-18 01:12 UTC
Gazprom can no longer subsidize domestic prices...
Gazprom no longer makes enough money exporting gas to subsidize domestic Russian prices, Viktor Yatsenko, deputy head of the state monopoly company’s pricing department, told the Russian Gas forum.
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-12 14:35 UTC
US Treasury Sanctions Russian cybercriminal organization...
The U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) took action against Evil Corp, the Russia-based cybercriminal organization responsible for the development and distribution of the Dridex malware. Evil Corp has used the Dridex malware to infect computers and harvest login
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-12 14:33 UTC
Belarusians protest integration deal with Russia...
The protesters are calling for the Belarusian leader to withstand Moscow’s pressure and not to sign a new integration deal between Belarus and Russia. The Union State agreement from 1999 is due to be renewed in 2020, and previous media reports suggested it may include a de facto confederacy between
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-12 14:32 UTC
Apple agreed with the Kremlin’s leitmotiv: There are no objective facts...
Apple’s decision to show Crimea as part of Russia in the company’s applications is a massive propaganda victory for the Kremlin.
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-12 14:31 UTC
The Budapest Memorandum: the Truth Behind the Myths...
There is hardly a document in independent Ukraines foreign policy that is more well-known than the Memorandum on Security Assurances relating to the accessioThere is hardly a document in independent Ukraine’s foreign policy that is more well-known than the Memorandum on Security Assurances relating
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-12 14:28 UTC
Ukrainian company demonstrates "see-through armor"...
Ukrainian innovation defense company, Limpid Armor, has demonstrated its cutting-edge technology of the so-called ‘see-through armor’ during recent trials at the proving ground of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, situated in the Lviv region.
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-12 14:26 UTC
UN General Assembly condemns Russia’s occupation of Crimea...
The UN General Assembly has adopted an important resolution on Russia’s occupation and militarization of Crimea in which for the first time concern is raised over Russia’s build-up of nuclear weapons in the occupied peninsula.
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-12 14:24 UTC
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