Putin orders troops to Ukraine rebel regions

President Vladimir Putin ordered Russian troops into two Moscow-backed rebel regions of Ukraine Monday, prompting a furious response from the West with the United States denouncing the move at the UN Security

Cyprus clergy wobbles over Ukraine Church

Friction over the Cyprus Church recognising the new Ukrainian Orthodox Church’s independence has resurfaced with the balance of power shifting within the clergy. The move of a top Limassol Bishop Athanasios to

Ukraine-Cyprus building cultural bridges

The Cyprus Institute (CyI) and the V.I. Vernadskyi National Library of Ukraine (VNLU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on joint Ukrainian-Cyprus research and educational activities highlighting their historical and


Ukraine drills as NATO, US see no Russia pullback

Ukraine staged military drills and defiant displays of flag-waving patriotism on Wednesday as Western powers warned Russia is continuing to mass forces for a possible invasion. Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky watched troops

140 Cypriots in Ukraine

A total of 140 Cypriot citizens who live permanently or are temporarily in Ukraine are registered on the www.connect2cy.gov.cy platform of the Cyprus Foreign Ministry. Due to the further escalation of tension in the


Moscow “no plans” to invade Ukraine

Moscow has no intention to invade Ukraine, claiming troops are on Russian territory and “pose no threat,” said Russia ambassador Stanislav Osadchiy. In an interview with CNA, Osadchiy accuses western media of


Putin’s power play

Vladimir Putin has much to be proud of. He has restored Russia as a first-class military power and, although per capita income at just above $10,000 (2020) leaves much to be desired,

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