GLOBALink | How Russia-Ukraine conflict could affect Europe

Published in CHINA
Tuesday, 03 May 2022 17:17

As the Russia-Ukraine conflict rages into the third month with no sign of truce any time soon, the entire European continent is bearing the brunt of the crisis. #GLOBALink

 

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Turkey to host next round of Russia-Ukraine negotiation talks

Published in Politics
Monday, 28 March 2022 10:20

Ukrainian negotiator David Arakhamia announced Sunday that the next round of one-on-one talks between Kyiv and Moscow will take place in Turkey on March 28-30.

D. Arakhamia made the announcement on social media.

Ukraine described previous talks with Russia, launched after Russia unleashed an invasion last month, as "very difficult."

Ankara hosted the foreign ministers of Russia and Ukraine in Antalya earlier this month. Foreign Ministers Sergey Lavrov of Russia and Dmytro Kuleba of Ukraine met for talks in the Turkish resort town of Antalya, which Çavuşoğlu also attended. The talks were largely inconclusive, but Ankara considers the fact that they took place at all a success.

Maintaining its neutral and balanced stance, Turkey continues its diplomatic efforts to de-escalate the Ukraine conflict, urging all sides to exercise restraint. While Ankara has opposed international sanctions designed to isolate Moscow, it also closed its straits to prevent some Russian vessels from crossing through them.

NATO ally Turkey borders Ukraine and Russia in the Black Sea and has good ties with both. Since the beginning of the conflict, Ankara has offered to mediate between the two sides and host peace talks, underlining its support for Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty. Having recently called Russia’s invasion an unacceptable violation of international law, Turkey has carefully formulated its rhetoric not to offend Moscow, with which it has close energy, defense and tourism ties.

While forging close ties with Russia on energy, defense and trade, and relying heavily on Russian tourists, Turkey has sold drones to Ukraine, which angered Moscow. Turkey also opposes Russian policies in Syria and Libya, as well as Moscow's annexation of Crimea. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has repeatedly said Turkey will not abandon its relations with Russia or Ukraine, underlining that Ankara's ability to speak to both sides is an asset.

GLOBALink | Russia-Ukraine conflict: Turkey, Poland agree on more diplomatic efforts

Published in CHINA
Thursday, 17 March 2022 15:54

The Russia-Ukraine conflict continues on Thursday as relevant parties are working to broker a peaceful solution.

The fourth round of negotiations between Ukrainian and Russian delegations started on Monday via video link and continued into Wednesday.

According to the Ukrainian government-run Ukrinform news agency on Wednesday,  Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky may hold talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in the coming days.

Zelensky on Wednesday asked the United States to "do more" to help Ukraine defend itself against the ongoing military operation by Russia.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that Turkey and Poland agreed to step up diplomatic efforts to end the Ukrainian crisis.

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GLOBALink | Latest on Russia-Ukraine conflict: Russia imposes sanctions on top U.S. officials

Published in CHINA
Wednesday, 16 March 2022 14:30

The Russian Foreign Ministry on Tuesday announced sanctions on top U.S. officials, including U.S. President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin.

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GLOBALink | Latest on Russia-Ukraine conflict: UN Security Council adopts resolution requesting UNGA emergency session on Ukraine

Published in CHINA
Tuesday, 01 March 2022 16:14

The UN Security Council on Sunday adopted a resolution requesting an emergency session of the UN General Assembly on the Ukraine crisis. This is the first such resolution that the council has adopted in four decades, according to the Security Council Report.

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