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Old 24th February 2015, 17:51
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And this would be based on how much time there in person? None?

You can't pretend to know anything based on Russian news. Grab a ticket for Kyiv and spend time there in UA to actually learn the real facts.
It's not from Russian news. It's from Ukrainians who live there. Oh, what a surprise!!!
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Old 24th February 2015, 19:17
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That'd be a small, very small percentage of the population. Probably behind the salo curtain in Krym.
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Old 24th February 2015, 21:54
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That'd be a small, very small percentage of the population. Probably behind the salo curtain in Krym.
Whatever you say, dude.

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You're the only one in these forums who thinks he's operating under the radar. This post is a dead give away. You are very obviously stepping to the trending propaganda drum. For someone who is not a propagandist, you have been reciting the Kremlin mantra pretty closely lately.
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06.03.2015 22:13
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President had a meeting with United States Deputy Secretary of State

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has held a meeting with United States Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken who is on a visit to Ukraine.

The President has informed him on the current situation in Donbas and the fulfillment of commitments achieved in Minsk. The President has emphasized the unwillingness of the other party to withdraw heavy weaponry under the control of the OSCE SMM.

The President has expressed particular concern over the fact that despite the agreements on liberation of all hostages, the other party ignores the given position.

The Head of State has emphasized that the situation with pilot Nadiya Savchenko illegally seized in the territory of Ukraine and brought to Russia was the most dangerous.

President Poroshenko has also informed that he had addressed President Putin with a request to send Ukrainian doctors for them to have an opportunity to examine Nadiya and provide their recommendations regarding her treatment: "I have sent him a letter to immediately release her". According to him, the letter-response stated that final decision on Nadiya "will be based on legal norms and principles of humanism".

The President has also emphasized the necessity of taking further efforts on the liberation of Nadiya Savchenko.

In the course of the meeting, the President has expressed content with the level of coordination and interaction between USA and EU in the issue on peaceful settlement in Donbas and emphasized the necessity of enhancing defense capacity of Ukraine.

The parties have discussed economic cooperation between Ukraine and USA. The Ukrainian President has expressed hope for positive news on the provision of macro-financial aid from the IMF and informed the interlocutor on the recent decisive actions in legislative sphere aimed at stabilization of exchange rate policy and improvement of the situation in the banking sector of Ukraine.

On behalf of the American authorities, the United States Deputy Secretary of State has expressed admiration for the actions of the Ukrainian President and for the courage of the Ukrainian nation in countering aggression. He has emphasized the need for the further close coordination of actions on the implementation of the Minsk agreements and control over their fulfillment.

Antony Blinken has stressed that further sanctions against Russia and their level would depend on the compliance with the Minsk agreements.

The United States Deputy Secretary of State has also informed the Ukrainian President on the close coordination between USA and EU in the issue of common policy on the peaceful settlement of the situation in Donbas and on Russia.

The meeting has also been attended by Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin and Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Valeriy Chaly.President had a meeting with United States Deputy Secretary of State - Official web-site of President of Ukraine
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Ukraine and Turkey have signed a series of bilateral documents

Following the Fourth Session of the High Level Strategic Council of Ukraine and Turkey held by President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Heads of State have signed a Joint Statement.

A series of documents have also been signed in the presence of the two Presidents.

Member of the National Commission on Securities and Stock Market of Ukraine Ihor Nazarchuk and Chairman of the Capital Markets Board of Turkey Vahdettin Ertaş have signed a Memorandum of understanding and exchange of information between the National Commission on Securities and Stock Market of Ukraine and the Capital Markets Board of Turkey.

Director and General Constructor of State enterprise "Ivchenko-Progress" Ihor Kravchenko and CEO of «Tusas Motor Sanayii A.S.» Mahmut Faruk Akşit have signed a letter of intent of partnership in the design and production of aircraft engines between these companies.

On the occasion of the tender for a license to use the radio frequency resource of Ukraine for the introduction of 3G radio technology, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Turkcell "Life" Ahmet Akça have handed a symbolic check for UAH 3 billion 355 thousand 400 hryvnia to Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Hennadiy Zubko.

Following the session, it has also been agreed to hold a meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation soon; a meeting of the Joint Ukrainian-Turkish Commission on Defense-Industrial Cooperation; the next round of negotiations on the Free Trade Agreement; the first session of the Working Group on the Issues of State-Private Partnership.
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Ukrainian Leader Is Open to a Vote on Regional Power
DAVID M. HERSZENHORN APRIL 6, 2015 NY TIMES

MOSCOW — President Petro O. Poroshenko of Ukraine on Monday denounced calls for “federalization” of the country, which Russia has endorsed as a way of granting political autonomy to the areas of eastern Ukraine controlled by pro-Russian separatists.

Establishing greater local autonomy and governmental authority is widely viewed as crucial to settling the nearly yearlong war in the eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, and it was a central plank in a cease-fire accord signed in February. But there are fierce disagreements over how to shape those powers, and how far they would extend.

Speaking at the first meeting of a commission charged with developing amendments to the Ukrainian Constitution, Mr. Poroshenko described federalization as tantamount to breaking apart the country, and said he was so certain Ukrainians would reject the idea that he was willing to put it to a national referendum.

“Why do I dwell in great detail on the idea of federalization?” Mr. Poroshenko said. “Because it is like an infection, a biological weapon, which is being imposed on Ukraine from abroad. Its bacteria are trying to infect Ukraine and destroy our unity.”

Leaders of the self-declared people’s republics in Donetsk and Luhansk have complained bitterly in recent weeks that Mr. Poroshenko and other officials in Kiev, including members of Parliament, were refusing to take the necessary steps to carry out the political provisions in the cease-fire agreement, which was signed in Minsk, Belarus.

In his speech to the new 72-member constitutional reform commission, Mr. Poroshenko said Ukraine would press ahead with its own plan for “decentralization” of governmental authority, modeled after an effort in Poland.

Referring obliquely to Russia and the Russian-backed separatists, he said: “They started an aggression, they went to war, trying to impose federalization with iron and blood. I will not allow this to happen. Ukrainian people will not allow it to happen.”

He added: “For those who wish to put forward the thesis of federalization and cast it as a debate, we have the ultimate tool — a referendum. And as to me, I’m ready to hold a referendum on the state structure of Ukraine, if you find it necessary.”

In his speech, Mr. Poroshenko spoke of the historical importance of Pylyp Orlyk, a Cossack nobleman and Ukrainian hetman, or leader, in exile who in 1710 wrote the Bendery Constitution. Many scholars believe it was the first to codify the separation of powers among the executive, the legislature and the judiciary as a democratic standard.

Mr. Poroshenko urged the head of the constitutional commission, Volodymyr Groysman, who is the speaker of Ukraine’s Parliament, to seek input from the Opposition Bloc, the one minority faction in the legislature. It includes former allies of President Viktor F. Yanukovych, who was ousted last year after huge street protests.

“I would like very much, and believe it is possible, for the commission to become a unifying platform of all political forces, society, domestic and international experts in working out such important constitutional initiatives required by our society,” Mr. Poroshenko said.

In eastern Ukraine, however, it was clear that Mr. Poroshenko was falling short of that goal. Separatist leaders noted that they had not been invited to join the commission on constitutional changes, and they took issue with Mr. Poroshenko’s remarks, including his insistence that Ukraine would remain a “unitary state” and his declaration that Ukrainian would remain the country’s only official language.

“These things are absolutely unacceptable,” Andrei Purgin, head of the Donetsk People’s Republic, told the Interfax news agency. “Everything they now say and do contradicts the Minsk agreements that took so much work to achieve.”

As for the commission and the constitutional amendment process, Mr. Purgin told Interfax: “We did not receive any invitations. We don’t have any representatives there.” http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/07/wo...s&emc=rss&_r=0
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