After weeks of deadlock, European Union leaders finally agreed to shut off the flow of most of the oil they buy from Russia. Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo signaled it was “the provisional end point” of what he could agree to in the energy sphere.
Articles of interest presented by The Week, for 2022 May 1-7
Overview of events in and around Ukraine for the second half of April 2022
Looking at what happened in 2022 March 21-31 in review by The Week
Looking at what is going on in Ukraine, day by day, at the end of March, after one month of war.
On March the 9th President Volodymyr Zelensky once more made an appeal to foreign leaders to secure a no-fly zone which is needed over Ukraine to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe. Only problem with such a provision by the West of a no-fly zone, is that Russia would consider that as aggression from Europe and theContinue reading “No-fly zone needed over Ukraine to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe “
Ukraine and Estonia desire to bring bilateral relations to a qualitatively new level and agreed that those relations shall contribute to strengthening both parties.
Armoured vehicles, helicopters and a field hospital moving towards Ukraine’s borders gives more the idea of Russia having the military mass in place to conduct an invasion of Ukraine
Question these days is who is telling the truth and who is sincere in his words and plans. In 2018, the United States adopted a national defence strategy declaring that “Inter-state strategic competition, not terrorism, is now the primary concern in US national security,” in which Russia was explicitly named, along with China, as aContinue reading “Being played with”
Originally posted on Looking for the Blessed Hope:
Rumors of war are heating up. Russia has threatened America and our allies not to interfere in their apparent takeover attempt of Ukraine, or hinder former Soviet bloc nations such as Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary from leaving NATO. Russia is putting pressure on those satellite nations…