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Russians in Ukraine: New Restrictions
Restrictions on the length of stay of Russian citizens came into force in Ukraine. In accordance with the new rules introduced by the countrys State Border Guard Service, as well as by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the citizens of the Russian Federation, who arrived in Ukraine, may temporarily stay on its territory not more than 90 days within 180 days from the date of first entry.
--08-04-2014--
New Burst of Violence in Ukraine: Freshest Information and Videos
If you want to see the true hell on Earth, you should pay your attention to Ukraine right now, as a fresh wave of fierce protests and violence is gripping the Ukrainian capital of Kiev these days, with over 25 people killed already. Russia-IC presents you a short description of the latest events in Ukraine together with some videos from news agancies and common YouTube users.
--19-02-2014--


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Ukraine's Rejects Russia's New Debt Deal
Ukraine has rejected Russias proposal to restructure Kievs debt that was seen as key to resolving the long debate and avoiding a legal battle.
--20-11-2015--
Andrey Makarevich and Zemfira Named Friends of Ukraine
The Ministry of Culture of Ukraine has started making the so-called "white list" of foreign people of art and culture.
--08-08-2015--
DDT Band to Donate Half a Million Rubles to Refugees from Ukraine
The famous Russian rock band DDT will transfer its concert revenues of half a million rubles for supporting refugees from the southeast of Ukraine.
--08-07-2014--
The Number Of Refugees From Ukraine Goes Up
There are more than 13.5 thousand refugees from south-eastern Ukraine in Russia. More than 6.2 thousand of them are children.
--24-06-2014--
Russia Knows Nothing About Donetsk's Plea for Help
Russia has not received any official request from the Donetsk Peoples Republic (DPR) for Russian help, Presidential aide Yury Ushakov said on Wednesday.
--29-05-2014--
Ukraine to File an Action Against Russia's Gazprom
Ukrainian authorities have decided to launch a lawsuit against Russian energy giant company Gazprom, acting Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk told the press on Monday.
--29-04-2014--
Some Crimean Military Units to Join Russian Army
A total of 72 military units in Crimea have requested to join the Russian armed forces, though they previously swore for Ukrainian army, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Friday.
--22-03-2014--
Russian Drama Theater of Lithuania Cancels its Tour in Russia
As reported on the Lithuania Ministry of Culture website, the Russian Drama Theater of Lithuania has canceled its St. Petersburg tour.
--19-03-2014--
Ukrainian Ambassador Recalled From Moscow
On Monday, March 17, Kiev officially recalled its ambassador from Moscow for consultations on its breakaway region of Crimea, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
--18-03-2014--
Crimean Parliament Officially Applies to Join Russia
On Monday, March 17, the Crimean Parliament officially declared the region's independence from Ukraine and formally applied to become part of Russia after a referendum, which revealed people's support for it.
--17-03-2014--
Crimean Citizens Vote for Reunion with Russia
Some 96.7 percent of voters or 1.2 million people in Crimea supported reunion with Russia after 60 years as part of Ukraine, as 100 percent of the ballots counted after the referendum.
--17-03-2014--
Moscow Allows Kiev to Conduct Monitoring Flights over Russia
Russia will allow Ukrainian military inspectors to carry out an emergency monitoring flight over Russian territory in response to allegations that recent military activity near Ukrainian borders poses a security threat.
--15-03-2014--
Refugees From Ukraine
If the revolutionary chaos in Ukraine continues, hundreds of thousands of refugees will flood into the border regions of Russia.
--12-03-2014--
Monument to Ukrainian Poet Taras Shevchenko to Appear in Voronezh Region
A monument to the national hero of Ukraine will be set up in Rossosh town of the Voronezh Region.
--04-03-2014--
Another Concert of Okean Elzy Cancelled in Russia
A few days after cancellation of Okean Elzys concert in St. Petersburg the organizers of the Ukrainian bands gig in Vladivostok reported about postponing it for an indefinite period.
--04-03-2014--
Russian Navy to Increase Presence in Crimea, Ukraine
Russia is going to take additional steps to ensure security at its naval facilities on the Crimean Peninsula amid the growing political unrest in Ukraine, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said on Wednesday.
--28-02-2014--
Russians Don't Believe in Friendship with Ukraine
Only four percent of Russians describe relations between Moscow and Kiev as friendly, an independent pollster revealed on Wednesday.
--28-02-2014--
Deputy Milonov Ranks Ukrainian Rock Band Okean Elzy as Enemies of Russia
The Petersburg Legislative Assembly deputy Vitaly Milonov has sent an open letter to the RF Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky with a request to ban a concert of the Ukrainian band Okean Elzy in Petersburg.
--25-02-2014--
Sergei Lukyanenko to Prevent Publishing of Ukrainian Authors in Russia
The popular Russian fiction writer Sergei Lukyanenko has forbidden translating his books into Ukrainian.
--25-02-2014--
Illustrious Russian Writer Supports Euromaidan Protests
The most mysterious Russian writer Viktor Pelevin now has his social media avatar looking as a black square with a blue-yellow strip symbolizing the Ukrainian flag.
--20-02-2014--
Duty Free Shops to Appear in Several Russian Trains
Duty free shops of the kind that run at the Finnish border area will be shortly opened at the Finland Station in St. Petersburg.
--23-09-2013--





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