Ukraine and Georgia should be offered membership in NATO. The Nord Stream 2 project should be cancelled. Ukraine should be given lethal weapons to defend itself from attacks from Russian invasion-occupation troops.
Opposition from Ukraine – the moral leader of Europe because it is the only active fighter against Russian aggression – should be enough to kill Nord Stream 2
Naftogaz has a right to payment of $2.6 billion from Gazprom. The criminal monopoly Gazprom is weakened and the Nord Stream 2 corruption scheme may be dead.
The Netherlands and Australia have announced that they hold Russia responsible for its part in the downing of flight MH17 on 17 July 2014.
Nord Stream 2 is an unconscionable crime against humanity. If Western civilization is to be saved then Russia’s war of global aggression must be stopped and Nord Stream 2 must die.
Because you underestimate the resilience of our democracies, the enduring attraction of free and open societies, and the commitment of Western nations to the alliances that bind us.
It is right help out Europeans who live in a country that is not yet in the EU: Ukrainians who defend all of Europe from Putin at war.
Putin’s Russia sees Ukrainian citizens who speak Russian as "Russian citizens". Orbán’s Hungary sees Ukrainian citizens who speak Hungarian as "Hungarian citizens".
The 3 persons have been added to the sanctions list for their responsibility in supplying Crimea with gas turbines from Russia.
Ukrainian army is making significant progress in becoming a fully capable fighting unit. U.S. Army Europe Commander General Ben Hodges told in Ukraine.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin was forced to end his trip to Moldova after his plane was barred from entering Romanian and Hungarian airspace.
USA troops arrived in Romania with their military technic in endowment: M1 Abrams tanks, M2 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles and 155mm self-propelled howitzer M109A6 Paladin.
In his speech, which lasted more than half an hour, he did not mention the aggression against Ukraine nor the annexation of Crimea, and did not once use the word “Russia.”
During a visit to the Finnish parliament, Poroshenko was approached by journalists of a Russian TV channel, who asked him to answer their questions. In response, the Ukrainian president said: "Stop killing Ukrainians and leave our territory!"