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GRETA on Ukraine - Human Trafficking Report

A very short entry today relating to the latest GRETA report on Ukraine and human trafficking.

A long 68 page read – but worth it for those with an interest in human trafficking, as… 60 more words


Roman Halauniov sur les sanctions entre l’Union européenne et la Russie

Pour ERTV, Roman Halauniov revient sur les conséquences des sanctions prises entre l’Union européenne et la Russie à cause de la situation en Ukraine.

Source: Égalité & Réconciliation


Autumn in the old city

Last vacation was dedicated to Ukrainian city on the west of my country. Name of this city is Lviv.


Lviv was founded by King Danylo Romanovich in the mid-13th century. 223 more words


Ukrainian politician gets tossed in trash can by angry mob

For those who already know me, know I’m sort of a silly person. And for those who are just warming up to me, well get ready to warm up to a goofball. 189 more words


Russia was always elected to be the enemy

An interesting interview with Ray McGovern. Highly recommended to everyone who is interested in geopolitics or simply want to know the opinion of clever man. A profound knowledge of the question from the inside. 3,955 more words


A Periclean or Ouroboros future for Ukraine?

Only a few days ago this entry, following the delayed DCFTA between the EU and Ukraine, stated; “They went for the (perhaps Utopian) ideals of forever implanting and consolidating a full and robust democratic State regardless of the feckless Ukrainian political class. 1,313 more words


Partisan local media - What does it tell us? Odessa

A few days ago, this entry about IT belatedly rearing its head within the Odessa Regional Administration, contained this penultimate paragraph:

“Who knows, perhaps an increase in quality regional soft power may also result, helping to negate some of the partisan local media and set an example for the snake-pit that remains Odessa City Hall.” 1,911 more words