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February 23: UN peacekeeping mission to Ukraine is possible – said German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier

Le 23 février – “Au cours des dernières 24 heures, deux soldats ukrainiens ont été tués dans la zone d’opération anti-terroriste, dix autres sont blessés.” a déclaré le colonel Valentyn Feditchev. Le 23 février – “La Russie n’a pas su instaurer la trêve après les accords de Minsk-2, alors nous devons envisager des sanctions plus lourdes et la livraison d’armes à l’Ukraine.” a déclaré l’eurodéputé Jacek Saryusz-Wolski “Bruxelles doit comprendre qu’il est temps d’imposer plus de sanctions et d’autres mesures contre la Russie. Il s’agit de livrer des armes de haute technologie à l’Ukraine – des missiles de précision, des missiles anti-char, de l’équipement anti-aérien, des armes que possèdent principalement les Français, les Britanniques et les Américains.” Le 23 février – “Si les accords de Minsk ne sont pas respectés, nous risquons de voir la déstabilisation d’autres régions en Ukraine.” – déclaration du ministre des Affaires étrangères de la Roumanie, Bogdan Aurescu. Il fait surtout référence aux régions voisines de la Roumanie – la Bessarabie, la Bucovine et la Transcarpatie. Le 23 février – “La Pologne est prête à participer aux missions de maintien de la paix dans l’est de l’Ukraine, mais cette mission doit être précédée par une trêve réelle et une décision concrète de l’ONU.” a déclaré le ministre polonais des Affaires étrangères Grzegorz Schetyna. Le 23 février – “Le gouvernement fédéral de l’Allemagne s’inquiète que le cessez-le-feu ne soit pas respecté.” a déclaré le porte-parole du gouvernement allemand, Steffen Seibert. Le 23 février – “Il est possible d’organiser une mission de maintien de la paix des Nations Unies en Ukraine, mais c’est une question de temps.” a déclaré le ministre allemand des Affaires étrangères Frank-Walter Steinmeier dans une interview au magazine Bild. Le 23 février – La hryvnia ukrainienne est tombée de 29.25 à 32 hryvnia vis-à-vis du dollar – chute record en une journée. Le 23 février – Afin de stabiliser la monnaie nationale, la Banque nationale d’Ukraine a décidé d’interdire les paiements en devises de plus de $500.000 dollars sans une lettre de crédit de la banque étrangère. Laurence Parisot: il faut sauver l’Ukraine Poutine en guerre contre l’Europe P.S.: Faîtes circuler cet appel, SVP!

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Le 23 février – “Au cours des dernières 24 heures, deux soldats ukrainiens ont été tués dans la zone d’opération anti-terroriste, dix autres sont blessés.” a déclaré le colonel Valentyn Feditchev.

Le 23 février – “La Russie n’a pas su instaurer la trêve après les accords de Minsk-2, alors nous devons envisager des sanctions plus lourdes et la livraison d’armes à l’Ukraine.” a déclaré l’eurodéputé Jacek Saryusz-Wolski “Bruxelles doit comprendre qu’il est temps d’imposer plus de sanctions et d’autres mesures contre la Russie. Il s’agit de livrer des armes de haute technologie à l’Ukraine – des missiles de précision, des missiles anti-char, de l’équipement anti-aérien, des armes que possèdent principalement les Français, les Britanniques et les Américains.”

Le 23 février – “Si les accords de Minsk ne sont pas respectés, nous risquons de voir la déstabilisation d’autres régions en Ukraine.” – déclaration du ministre des Affaires étrangères de la Roumanie, Bogdan Aurescu. Il fait surtout référence aux régions voisines de la Roumanie – la Bessarabie, la Bucovine et la Transcarpatie.

Le 23 février – “La Pologne est prête à participer aux missions de maintien de la paix dans l’est de l’Ukraine, mais cette mission doit être précédée par une trêve réelle et une décision concrète de l’ONU.” a déclaré le ministre polonais des Affaires étrangères Grzegorz Schetyna.

Le 23 février – “Le gouvernement fédéral de l’Allemagne s’inquiète que le cessez-le-feu ne soit pas respecté.” a déclaré le porte-parole du gouvernement allemand, Steffen Seibert.

Le 23 février – “Il est possible d’organiser une mission de maintien de la paix des Nations Unies en Ukraine, mais c’est une question de temps.” a déclaré le ministre allemand des Affaires étrangères Frank-Walter Steinmeier dans une interview au magazine Bild.

Le 23 février – La hryvnia ukrainienne est tombée de 29.25 à 32 hryvnia vis-à-vis du dollar – chute record en une journée.

Le 23 février – Afin de stabiliser la monnaie nationale, la Banque nationale d’Ukraine a décidé d’interdire les paiements en devises de plus de $500.000 dollars sans une lettre de crédit de la banque étrangère.

Laurence Parisot: il faut sauver l’Ukraine

Poutine en guerre contre l’Europe

P.S.: Faîtes circuler cet appel, SVP!

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February 15 – Representatives of illegal armed groups did not let the observers of OSCE's special monitoring mission to visit Debaltseve (Donetsk oblast), – stated Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin.

February 15 – Pro-Russian militants have said that they will not adhere to ceasefire in Debaltseve. "Of course, we can open fire (on Debaltseve). This is our territory", – said the representative of "Ministry of Defense of People's Republic of Donetsk" Eduard Basurin.

February 15 – Russia and pro-Russian militants in Donbas are testing the strength of the "fragile peace", which was established there, – said Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkyavichyus.

February 15 – Britain is ready to continue ensuring the unity of EU on sanctions against Russia if Minsk agreements are not adhered to, – said Prime Minister of Great Britain David Cameron.

February 15 – Illegal armed groups have fired at the positions of ATO forces over 60 times, – informed ATO's press center. "The sources provided information that the militants plan to invade Debaltseve from the towns of Horlivka and Vuhlehirsk. They were ordered to provoke Ukrainian military and disrupt peace agreements. To do this, the militants use practically all kinds of weapons. The enemy does not adhere to peace agreements and every day is trying to take over as many of our territories as possible". Moreover, the terrorists are deliberately firing at towns and villages where there are no ATO positions. For instance at 8:25 am and 3:10 pm the terrorists shelled Donetsk with mortars.

February 15 – Minsk agreements are another step towards peace, but we must always be ready for a possibility that Putin will not adhere to these agreements "because he never did", – said Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

February 15 – Russia is attempting to carry out a resolution in the U.N. Security Council which will change the "Minsk Agreement" – reported AV Press journalist Andriy Vasylliev. According to him, RF is trying to place all the responsibility for the peace process solely on Ukraine. Also the Russian version of the resolution demands that Ukraine first after the ceasefire moves its troops by 50 kilometers. Also Moscow wants to fully relent an any promises made in Minsk and demands the right to deliver to Ukraine so-called humanitarian convoys. "However, members of the Security Council all know what is involved in these "humanitarian convoys." Of course, the text in the Russian variant will not pass," noted the journalist.

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February 6: National Bank of Ukraine has allowed the national currency to slip to an absolute historic low compared to foreign currencies of 23.13 UAH per USD

February 6 – 2 Ukrainian military were killed and 26 injured in the ATO are in the last 24 hours, NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko.

February 6 – Russian President Vladimir Putin offered the leaders of France and Germany (Francois Hollande and Angela Merkel) to discuss his plan for Ukraine without the representatives of Ukraine. Today, they flew to Moscow to participate in negotiations. They previously they met with the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. Citing its sources, Le Figaro (France) wrote that the plan of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande to resolve the conflict in Donbas includes non-aligned status and federalization of Ukraine. During the meeting of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande, the issue of Ukraine's federalization was not discussed, – informed Sviatoslav Tseholko, press secretary to President Poroshenko. According to Tseholko, Poroshenko has emphasized that Ukraine is and will remain a unitary state.

February 6 – The European Union will not compromise the independence and sovereignty of Ukraine, – said European Council President Donald Tusk in Brussels on Friday during a meeting with US Vice President Joe Biden.

February 6 – Evacuation of civilians from Debaltsevo has started; the city is under constant fire. Evacuation has been agreed upon by Ukrainian authorities and the militants – a group of busses transporting civilians, has left the city.

February 6 – National Bank of Ukraine has allowed the national currency (hryvnia) to slip to an absolute historic low compared to foreign currencies (US dollar) of 23.13 UAH per USD.

February 6 – In the village of Zholobok (Luhansk oblast), Ukrainian artillery has destroyed several hundred militants, – said the journalist Serhiy Ivanov, citing his sources. Apparently there are many people of "Asian appearance" among those dead. "Almost none of them were wearing bullet-proof vests and had only one submachine gun round to spare", – informed Ivanov.

February 6 – The version of resolving the conflict in Ukraine, proposed on the day before, by Russian President Volodymyr Putin was "too cymical." So reports The New York Times, referring to diplomatic sources. "This is not a peace plan. This is a map for the creation of a new Transdnistrovia or an Abkhaziya in Ukraine. This is a cynical attempt to avoid all obligations accepted at Minsk.," stated one of the highly placed diplomats on the basis of anonimity. On Thursday, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry reported that Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel and the President of France, Francois Olland received propositions from Putin as to resolving the conflict in Donbas. Details of this plan are unknown, officially neither side has commented at all.

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