Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Moscow to present video proving extremists responsbile for Ukraine unrest / Russia against including Ukraine’s $3bln Eurobond debt into restructuring schemes

Moscow is soon going to provide video evidence to the EU and OSCE proving that extremists provoked unrest in Ukraine, the Russian Foreign Ministry has stated on its Facebook account.

"The Western media prefer not to talk about the riots for what they really were, demonstrations arranged by extremist groups. Perhaps the leaders of the European institutions do not know about the actions of these extremists who were disguised as civilians," the statement reads.

"We are most deeply concerned about what is happening in Ukraine. 


We are startled to hear that some Western countries misinterpret the events, trying to influence the situation," the Ministry said.
http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_02_25/Moscow-to-present-video-proving-extremists-responsbile-for-Ukraine-unrest-2662/
25/2/14
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  • Russia against including Ukraine’s $3bln Eurobond debt into restructuring schemes
  • Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Storchak said Russia will not declare a default on Ukraine’s debts.

MOSCOW, February 25. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia objects against including Ukraine’s $3 billion Eurobond debt into any multilateral debt restructuring scheme in case of the issuer default, Russian Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Storchak told journalists on Tuesday.
“In any case, we will be against including Ukraine’s bond debts [in case of the issuer default] into any multilateral restructuring schemes. It would be unfair,” he said.
If it comes to such decisions, the sides will agree on it at a bilateral level, he noted. “I think our bond claims will be outside the overall package. We shall see to it that these funds are not included into the overall loan body,” he said.
Russia will not declare a default on Ukraine’s debts, Storchak added.
“We shall see who is going to declare this default,” he said. “Naturally, we are not going to do that, it is very important for the debtor. We hope that in its credit relations with the Russian Federation, the borrower will always bear in mind that it must do its best to maintain a high level of its credit history."
http://en.itar-tass.com/russia/720925
25/2/14


 

11 comments:

  1. Plans of new authorities to dissolve Supreme Council of Crimea have no legal grounds...

    Chairman of the Supreme Council of Crimea says people are demanding resolute actions from the Crimean authorities to protect the autonomy.

    SIMFEROPOL, February 26. /ITAR-TASS/. The plans of Ukraine's new authorities to dissolve the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea (ARC) have no legal grounds, the Council's Chairman Volodymyr Konstantinov told journalists commenting on a draft resolution registered in the Verkhhovna Rada, on calling an early election of ARC deputies.

    "There are no legal grounds now for adoption of this draft resolution. I am stating officially that the lawlessness reigning in the country's top legislature has brought people in Crimea to the streets. They are indignant at the disregard for their opinion by those who refer to themselves as new authoritieis", Konstantinov said. He pointed out that "people are demanding resolute actions from the Crimean authorities to protect the autonomy".

    On Tuesday, hundreds of people protesting against the actions of Ukraine's new authorities came to the Crimean parliament building and installed a Russian flag over the central entrance to the building. The flags of Ukraine and Crimea remain hoisted at the building.....................http://en.itar-tass.com/world/720970
    26/2/14

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  2. Турчинов подписал закон о недопущении преследования участников "мирных собраний"....

    Александр Турчинов подписал закон "О недопущении преследования и наказания по поводу событий, которые имели место во время проведения мирных собраний".
    http://itar-tass.com/mezhdunarodnaya-panorama/1005043
    26/2/14

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  3. West Ukraine's Lviv speaks Russian for one day in solidarity with country east....Ukrainian speaking regions protest against ban of Russian as a regional language....

    LVOV, February 26. /ITAR-TASS/. Residents of Lviv, a city in western Ukraine where there is a greater affinity with Europe, will speak Russian on Wednesday in solidarity with the country’s mostly Russian-speaking east and south.

    The move was initiated by activists who don’t want “that dishonest people in the Ukrainian parliament use their status to split Ukraine”.

    A headband on the city website writes “I will be speaking Russian at home, at work, on transport and with friends – everywhere, on February 26, in solidarity with residents of eastern and southern regions”...........................http://en.itar-tass.com/world/720996
    26/2/14

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  4. О встрече Министра иностранных дел России С.В.Лаврова с Генеральным секретарем ОБСЕ Л.Занньером....

    5 февраля Министр иностранных дел Российской Федерации С.В.Лавров провел рабочую встречу с Генеральным секретарем ОБСЕ Л.Занньером по его просьбе.

    Состоялся обмен мнениями по ситуации на Украине и возможной роли ОБСЕ в ее нормализации. С российской стороны была отмечена необходимость возвращения ситуации в правовое русло, важность объективной и беспристрастной оценки происходящего международным сообществом. Подчеркнуто, что любые формы содействия, в т.ч. со стороны ОБСЕ, должны осуществляться по просьбе законных украинских властей и при безусловном уважении суверенитета Украины. С.В.Лавров призвал ОБСЕ самым решительным образом осудить рост националистических и неофашистских настроений на Западе страны, призывы националистов запретить русский язык, превратить русскоязычное население в «неграждан», ограничить свободу выражения мнений, закрыть неугодные политические партии.

    В ходе встречи были также рассмотрены отдельные вопросы повестки дня ОБСЕ, включая перспективы процесса «Хельсинки плюс 40», важность реформирования Организации в целях укрепления ее роли и места в международных делах. Российская сторона акцентировала приоритетность задач в области противодействия транснациональным угрозам, устранения разделительных линий, поддержки традиционных ценностей.
    http://www.mid.ru/brp_4.nsf/newsline/D3F469A7A0DA92CF44257C8B0027D580
    26/2/14

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  5. Video: Un radical ucraniano asiste a una asamblea local con un kaláshnikov.....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtxbGjkpkF8

    ........Muzychko es un conocido líder nacionalista. Ya en 2007 se comprometió a luchar contra "los comunistas, los judíos y los rusos mientras tenga sangre en las venas", diciendo públicamente que liderar la lucha contra los citados grupos es su "credo".

    Ante la intensificación de las voces radicales dentro del movimiento de protesta ucraniano conocido como 'Euromaidán', incluso varios líderes de la derecha han optado por llamar a sus compatriotas a la tolerancia. El fundador del partido derechista Autodefensa del Pueblo Ucraniano, Yuri Shujévich, y otros ideólogos de ideas nacionalistas publicaron una carta abierta a las nuevas autoridades ucranianas pidiendo una política cultural y lingüística equilibrada y respeto para las minorías étnicas del país.

    La cuestión del extremismo ucraniano ha sido abordada también durante la reunión entre el secretario general de la Organización para la Seguridad y la Cooperación en Europa (OSCE), Lamberto Zannier, y el ministro de Exteriores de Rusia, Serguéi Lavrov. Durante el encuentro, el canciller ruso exhortó la OSCE a condenar el aumento de las tendencias nacionalistas y neonazis en la parte occidental de Ucrania........Texto completo en: http://actualidad.rt.com/actualidad/view/120960-video-ucrania-radical-kalashnikov?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=actualidad
    26/2/14

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  6. Ukraine: Ianoukovitch reste le président légitime (Sénat russe)....

    Viktor Ianoukovitch reste le président ukrainien légitime, a déclaré mercredi à Moscou la présidente du Conseil de la Fédération (Sénat russe) Valentina Matvienko.

    "Ianoukovitch reste le président légitime qui n'a pas écarté du pouvoir, c'est un fait", a annoncé Mme Matvienko aux journalistes.......................http://fr.ria.ru/world/20140226/200591108.html
    26/2/14

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  7. Riot Police in Lviv Beg People's Forgiveness on Bended Knee .....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-b2GlLtgA1k

    About 100 riot police officers in Lviv in western Ukraine got down on their knees on stage on Monday and asked the city's residents to forgive them for their role in the attempts to suppress recent anti-government protests.

    The riot police, or Berkut, promised to take the side of the people in future and assured the crowd that they weren't involved in the violence in Kiev.

    Many of the protesters were not satisfied, however, shouting "shame!" and throwing small objects at them, UNIAN reported Tuesday.

    A priest who was also on stage appealed for calm and activists helped to hold the crowd back.

    There is no shortage of ill-feeling between the riot police and members of the street protest movement in Ukraine.....................http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/riot-police-in-lviv-beg-peoples-forgiveness-on-bended-knee/495203.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:%20themoscowtimes/RUXi%20%28The%20Moscow%20Times%29
    26/2/14

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  8. European Commission seeks to involve Russia in providing aid to Ukraine....

    The European Commission says Russia should be involved in the efforts aimed at providing aid to Ukraine, the commission's spokesman Olivier Bailly said.
    http://en.itar-tass.com/world/721024
    26/2/14

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  9. All protesters should surrender arms, remove masks – Ukrainian ministry...

    Participants in “self- defence units” continue hiding their faces and carrying clubs and knives.

    All participants in the “Maidan self-defence” formations must surrender arms and remove their masks, Nikolai Velichkovich, Ukraine’s deputy interior minister, told a press conference on Wednesday.

    “It was decided yesterday that all participants in self-defence formations should remove their masks,” he said.

    Units of various groups continue drawing volunteers who gather in the building of the Kiev town hall and in other buildings in Kreshchatik Street. Participants in “self- defence units” continue hiding their faces and carrying clubs and knives. “Patrols” are placed at every administrative building and walk the centre of the city, making “checks”.
    http://en.itar-tass.com/world/721080
    26/2/14

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  10. El Maidán designa al proeuropeo Yatseniuk como primer ministro...

    1. El bastión opositor ucraniano aprueba la composición de un Gobierno de Unidad Nacional
    2. Proponen a la Rada que apruebe mañana la candidatura del ex presidente del Parlamento
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    El Maidán, bastión opositor ucraniano durante las protestas contra el cesado presidente Víktor Yanukovich, ha aprobado la composición del Gobierno de Unidad Nacional con proeuropeo Arseni Yatseniuk como primer ministro.

    Los líderes de los manifestantes propusieron a la Rada Suprema (Parlamento) que apruebe mañana jueves la candidatura de Yatseniuk y del resto de componentes del Ejecutivo que dirigirá el país hasta las elecciones presidenciales del 25 de mayo.

    El ex presidente del Parlamento Arseni Yatseniuk fue propuesto como jefe de Gobierno interino de Ucrania por el llamado Consejo de Maidan de los manifestantes de la Plaza Maidan (Independencia) en Kiev.

    El Consejo está conformado por figuras clave del movimiento de protesta de Ucrania que llevó a la destitución del presidente prorruso Yanukovich. La propuesta aún debe ser aprobada por el Parlamento este jueves.
    http://www.elmundo.es/internacional/2014/02/26/530e3c0cca4741d3668b4586.html
    26/2/14

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    1. Maidan protesters announce line-up of Ukrainian Cabinet, propose Yatsenyuk for PM...

      Protesters in Kiev’s Maidan have announced a new government line-up and asked parliament to approve the candidatures. The Supreme Rada is expected to vote on the new cabinet members on Thursday.

      Opposition leader Arseny Yatsenyuk, a member of the Batkivshchina (Fatherland) Party, has been suggested for the post of prime minister.

      The Cabinet line-up was announced from the stage of central Kiev’s Independence Square on Wednesday evening as protesters and their leaders gathered for a popular assembly, “veche.”

      Boris Tarasyuk, 65, also of the Fatherland party, was proposed for the seat of vice premier in charge of European integration. The pro-Western politician served as Ukraine’s Foreign Minister between 1998 and 2000 and, then again from February 2005 till January 2007..................http://rt.com/news/maidan-government-announce-protesters-915/
      26/2/14

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