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  • UCC CONDEMNS PROVOCATIONS BY RUSSIA IN EASTERN UKRAINE

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 8 April 2014   UCC CONDEMNS PROVOCATIONS BY RUSSIA IN EASTERN UKRAINE   The Ukrainian Canadian Congress strongly condemns Russian-backed attempts to foment violence and unrest in Eastern Ukraine. Administrative and government buildings in Donetsk, Kharkiv and Luhansk have been forcibly seized by armed and unidentified groups over the last 48 hours. [&hellip


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    Baird Condemns Provocateurs in Eastern Ukraine

    To view this document on the department website, please click on the following link: http://www.international.gc.ca/media/aff/news-communiques/2014/04/07a.aspx  Baird Condemns Provocateurs in Eastern Ukraine April 7, 2014 – Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird today issued the following statement: “Canada strongly condemns the agents provocateurs that are fomenting unrest in the three Ukrainian oblasts of Kharkiv, Donetsk and Luhansk. “Canada calls [&hellip


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    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 7 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 7 April 2014 1. Unrest in Eastern Ukraine Pro-Russian separatist “demonstrations” took place in Kharkiv, Donetsk and Luhansk. The Donetsk Oblast State Administration building was seized by the demonstrators; in Luhansk demonstrators seized the Security Service of Ukraine building – some 8 people were injured; in Kharkiv pro-Russian protestors attacked a [&hellip


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    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 4 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 4 April 2014   1. Situation in Crimea The evacuation of Ukrainian military personnel from Crimea continues. 550 Ukrainian navy personnel left Sevastopol for mainland Ukraine with their families. They left flying Ukrainian flags and the flags of the Ukrainian navy. According to the Ministry of Defense, remaining Ukrainian military personnel [&hellip


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    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 3 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 3 April 2014   1. Situation in Crimea The evacuation of Ukrainian military personnel and materiel from Crimea continues. Armed Forces Captain V. Demyanenko was freed from captivity. An estimated 1500 Ukrainian military personnel remain in Crimea. The Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people has begun work on the organization of [&hellip


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    CANADIAN DOCTORS TO TRAVEL TO UKRAINE

    April 1, 2014- For immediate release  Canadian Doctors to Travel to Ukraine Canadian Medical Professionals Travel to Ukraine to Undertake  Medical Needs Assessment Toronto/Ottawa- A group of volunteer Canadian medical professionals are travelling to Ukraine this week, to determine priorities for medical training, treatment and technology. This assessment will help determine the most efficient use [&hellip


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    Axworthy joins international mission to Ukraine [University of Winnipeg Press]

    SOURCE: http://news-centre.uwinnipeg.ca/all-posts/axworthy-joins-internaitonal-mission-to-ukraine/ UWinnipeg sends two senior executives to assist with pre-election assessments WINNIPEG, MB – Dr. Lloyd Axworthy is honoured to be an official delegate with the respected Washington-based National Democratic Institute (NDI) which is fielding a pre-election assessment mission for the May 25 presidential election in Ukraine. The mission will be in Ukraine fromMonday, April 7 to Friday, [&hellip


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    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing – 2 April 2014

    Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 2 April 2014 1. Situation in Crimea The evacuation of Ukrainian military personnel from Crimea continues. The Ministry of Defense reports that 1059 people have been evacuated – 385 officers, 547 sergeants and soldiers, and 125 family members (38 children) of military personnel. Most are being evacuated to Kherson, Mykolaiv, Kyiv, [&hellip


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    PRIMER ON ILLEGAL INVASION AND ANNEXATION OF CRIMEA BY RUSSIAN FEDERATION: VIOLATION OF INTERNATIONAL TREATIES

    PLAIN-TEXT TRANSCRIPT:   PRIMER ON ILLEGAL INVASION AND ANNEXATION OF CRIMEA BY RUSSIAN FEDERATION: VIOLATION OF INTERNATIONAL TREATIES The Russian Federation has invaded the sovereign and inviolable territory of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. The invasion and the signing of the “Treaty” by President Putin and the self-declared, illegal authorities in the Crimea [&hellip


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    CTV News Channel: What’s Putin trying to do?

    Ukrainian Canadian Congress president Paul Grod says Putin’s terms are “laughable” and his peace talks are a “show”. VIDEO: http://www.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId


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