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MAJOR: Poroshenko may face prosecution, ban from leaving Ukraine – National Police and SBU accused of conspiring against national security

KIEV – Apr 27, 2019 – The Kiev District Administrative Court is looking at prohibiting President Petro Poroshenko from being able to leave the country. According to the press service of the court, in addition to the “guarantor” himself, the head of the presidential administration Igor Reinin and the first deputy chairman of the BPP faction Igor Kononenko may […]

SBU extorts Businesses in Ukraine-controlled Nikolaev

There is a building in Nikolaev at the address 5 Camp field, at the sight and / or mention of which people turn pale and try to stay away, housing the pre-trial detention center of the Nikolaev department of the State Security Service of Ukraine. If the walls could talk, they would tell a lot. But they do not talk, they bleed with bloody tears and are silent witnesses to the tragic fate of hundreds and hundreds of people.

Tymoshenko’s Campaign accuses SBU of election fraud

KIEV – Mar 31, 2019 @ 20:40 – The headquarters of presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko of the Batkivshchyna Party accused the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) of falsifications and provocations during the elections, the deputy head of the party said on Sunday, March 31. FRN reminds readers that yesterday, in breaking news, Poroshenko ordered the […]

Ukraine uncovers clandestine RT provider, shuts it down

Intelligence agents established that a private enterprise, without a license from the National Council of Ukraine on Television and Radio Broadcasting, provided its subscribers with the IPTV software service. Among the TV channels offered to viewers were Russian propaganda channels banned for broadcasting in Ukraine, in particular Russia Today,

Klimkin fears Transcarpathia could be another Donetsk

“There are other regions where we have national minorities: Romanian, Bulgarian. We perfectly understand how Russia works among the Romanian and Bulgarian minorities. Russia can and will get better at applying hybrid methods. A consistent and clear policy is needed for all these regions,”