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US News: Kiev satisfied with the "unity" of its partners against Moscow

Lead 1-Russia excludes any concession under the pressure of the United States

 Lead 1-Russia excludes any concession under the pressure of the United States Russia-USA / Security (Lead 1): Lead 1-Russia excludes any concession under the pressure of the United States (updated with Antony Blinken and Background) Moscow, January 9 (Reuters) - Russia said Sunday that it would not do any concession under the US pressure in the future discussions on the Ukrainian crisis and the requests of Moscow on safe guarantees , reported the RIA news agency. According to the RIA Agency, Russia believes that there is a risk that discussions can stop quickly.

The Ukrainian authorities welcome the refusal of NATO to grant Russia a right to look at a possible accession of their country to the Atlantic Alliance .

Le président ukrainien, Volodymyr Zelensky, et le secrétaire général de l’OTAN, Jens Stoltenberg, à Bruxelles, le 16 décembre 2021. © Provided by the world The Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky, and the Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, Brussels, 16 December 2021.

The threat of a Russian military invasion in Ukraine has not disappeared But Kiev despite all a reason for satisfaction: since the beginning of the crisis in the spring of 2021 and the deployment of 100,000 Russian soldiers at the Ukrainian borders, the country benefits from a strong support from its American and European partners. The Summit, Wednesday, January 12, between Russia and NATO, has provided further evidence. The Atlantic Alliance has thus repeated its refusal to grant Moscow a right to look at a possible adhesion of Ukraine.

Conflict in Ukraine: The OSCE, meeting this Thursday, counts the violations of the agreements and plays the arbitrators

 Conflict in Ukraine: The OSCE, meeting this Thursday, counts the violations of the agreements and plays the arbitrators © OSCE in Stanytsia Luhanska, OSCE observers meet inhabitants. place at the third and final sequence of an intense diplomatic ballet to defuse the risk of a conflict in Ukraine: the Permanent Council for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe is meeting this Thursday, January 13, 2022 in Vienna ( Austria) to continue the dialogue between Russia, the United States and their European allies.

The day before, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Ukrainian, Dmyro Kuleba, welcomed the "unity and consistency of the positions face (...) with the Russian ultimatums", after the talks, Monday, Geneva, between Russia and United States. Moscow "does not have the right to vote" on the possible accession of Ukraine to NATO, he insisted.

Russia and NATO notes their disagreements, without excluding from pursuing their

discussions according to Oleksiy Melnyk, codirector of the Razumkov Reflection Center, in Kiev, "Ukraine has many reasons to be satisfied and grateful to its international partners. , even if it sometimes complains of some of them. They provide him with enormous military and economic support, almost as much as if Ukraine was a member of NATO. " Since the beginning of the war in the Donbass and the annexation of Crimea by Moscow, in 2014, the United States has granted more than $ 2.5 billion (2.2 billion euros) of safe aid to The former Soviet Republic, of which $ 450 million just in 2021.

Exclusive-Cyberattack-L'Ukraine suspects a group related to the secrets Belarusses

 Exclusive-Cyberattack-L'Ukraine suspects a group related to the secrets Belarusses Ukraine-crisis / Cyber ​​(exclusive, photo): Exclusive-Cyberattack-L'Ukraine suspects a group related to Belarusian secret services by Pavel Polityuk Kiev January 15 (Reuters) - Kiev is convinced that a group of hackers linked to Belarus secret services has led a cyber attack that hit the Ukrainian government's websites this week used malware similar to those used by a group related group. Russian Secrets, said a senior official for Ukrainian security services.

The collapse of Russia's image

if the summit between Russia and NATO does not yet allow to consider de-escalation, the Sequence of international negotiations - which opened on Monday in Geneva and continues Thursday in Vienna with a meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) - nevertheless offers Ukraine a brief respite. "While the discussions continue, at least Putin does not decide to attack Ukraine," says Melnyk.

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for its part, the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, called Tuesday at a Quadripartite Summit with Moscow, Paris and Berlin to "put an end to the conflict" with Prorussian separatists, supported by Moscow. A request remained, for the hour, a dead letter.

The war in the Donbass, which has already done more than 13,000 deaths in nearly eight years, has in any case profoundly changed the way the Ukrainians perceive their great neighbor. Before the bursting of the conflict, more than 80% considered Russia as a friend country, compared to 8% today, according to a study published in 2021 by the Razumkov Center. At the same time, less than 20% supported the integration of Ukraine into NATO. They are more than 50% today.

"In space, Russians are now able to act on all the spectrum of conflict"

Lead 1-Ukraine-London accuses Moscow to install a pro-Russian manager .
Ukraine - Crisis / GB - Russia (Lead 1, Photo): Lead 1-Ukraine-London accuses Moscow to try to install a pro- Russian (Adds Russian Foreign Ministry) London, January 23 (Reuters) - Great Britain has accused the Kremlin Saturday to seek to install a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine, adding that Russian intelligence agents had been in Contact with a number of alumni Ukrainian politicians in invasion projects.

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