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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev slams Ukraine's flight banRussian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Sunday slammed the Ukrainian government's decision to ban Russian airlines from flying to Ukraine, describing it as an action of shooting itself in the foot."Flights by all Russian airlines to Ukraine have been banned on the Ukrainian government's initiative. This is another example of the struggle of the Ukrainian authorities against their own people," Medvedev wrote in his Facebook account.http://bit.ly/1Wdiebs http://www.uitvconnect.com/newspaper/russian-prime-minister-dmitry-medvedev-slams-ukraines-flight-ban
Ukraine will be ready for EU membership in 6 years: President
Security Council backs Ukraine peace agreementsThe UN Security Council Wednesday backed the Ukraine peace agreements signed in Minsk, Belarus and demanded the immediate cessation of violence.http://bit.ly/1yWA9H7 http://www.uitvconnect.com/newspaper/security-council-backs-ukraine-peace-agreements
Obama calls Putin to discuss Ukraine violenceUS President Barack Obama telephoned his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, to discuss the "escalating violence in eastern Ukraine" and Moscow's "ongoing support" for the pro-Russian separatists there.http://bit.ly/1KIuKvV http://www.uitvconnect.com/newspaper/obama-calls-putin-discuss-ukraine-violence
Russia warns against US arms supply to UkraineRussia warned Tuesday that Washington's plans to supply arms to Kiev would further destabilise the situation in Ukraine.http://bit.ly/1zJJCq1http://www.uitvconnect.com/newspaper/russia-warns-against-us-arms-supply-ukraine
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says EU Summit -Door to Ukraine is still open The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, has said the door is still open for Ukraine to sign a deal on closer integration with  the EU, at a summit taking place in Vilnius in Lithuania.#http://bit.ly/Itb9oghttp://www.uitvconnect.com/uitv-player/video/german-chancellor-angela-merkel-says-eu-summit-door-ukraine-still-open