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PM Citu: Romania has been, will continue to be a firm supporter of Ukraine's sovereignty, territorial integrity

Romania has been and will continue to be a firm supporter of Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity and remains firmly committed to the implementation of a non-recognition policy of Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea, Romania's Prime Minister Florin Citu told the opening in Kiev on Monday of a summit for the release of the Crimea Platform.

A Global US Can’t Avoid Confronting China and Russia

China and Russia will continue to test the limits of their power until they are stopped. When the bayonet meets flesh, it plunges deeper. Xi recently warned that those who try to block China's ascent will be met with a "wall of steel". Were his remarks a warning to the West, or for domestic consumption? Xi's reputation has been tarnished by his handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ankara ready to host Ukraine reform conference: FM Çavuşoğlu

Ankara is ready to host a future conference to show support for Ukraine's reform efforts, Turkey's foreign minister said on July 7.

Speaking at the Fourth Ukraine Reform Conference in Lithuania's capital Vilnius, Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu voiced Turkey's support and solidarity with Ukraine "on its path of reforms."

The European Union has decided: We are extending sanctions on Russia

The European Union sees this as illegal and a violation of international law.
Restrictive measures currently in place include imports of EU products originating in Crimea or Sevastopol, as well as infrastructure or financial investments and tourist services in Crimea or Sevastopol.

NATO's Geoana: At a possible NATO-Russia Council meeting, Ukraine number one item on the agenda

At a possible NATO-Russia Council meeting, the recent developments in Ukraine will be subject number one to be discussed, Mircea Geoana, NATO's deputy secretary general, said on Monday, adding that a few days ago he made a proposal for such a meeting to the Russian side, which turned it down.

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