Materials with tag «ukraine»

EU Sanctions Envoy is to visit Uzbekistan on November 29−30
24 November 2023, 14:54

EU Sanctions Envoy is to visit Uzbekistan on November 29−30

EU Sanctions Envoy David O’Sullivan will visit Uzbekistan on November 29−30. This would be his second trip to Tashkent in the last seven months.

Ukraine considers participation of CIS leaders in Victory Day parade as “an unfriendly act towards Ukraine”
10 May 2023, 14:47

Ukraine considers participation of CIS leaders in Victory Day parade as “an unfriendly act towards Ukraine”

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry called the participation of CIS leaders in the Victory Day parade in Moscow an “unfriendly act towards Ukraine,” whose people are “fighting for their survival and freedom.”

Uzbekistan abstains UNGA resolution that mentions Russia’s aggression against Ukraine
1 May 2023, 15:36

Uzbekistan abstains UNGA resolution that mentions Russia’s aggression against Ukraine

The UN General Assembly adopted a resolution on April 26 recognizing Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. The resolution was adopted by a vote of 122 to 5, with 18 abstentions. Uzbekistan, along with 17 other countries, abstained from the vote.

“We are grateful Uzbekistan is against having its territory used to circumvent the sanctions” — EU Special Envoy
28 April 2023, 19:51

“We are grateful Uzbekistan is against having its territory used to circumvent the sanctions” — EU Special Envoy

EU’s Special Envoy for Sanctions visited Uzbekistan to discuss concerns regarding the potential circumvention of sanctions against Russia. He urged Uzbekistan to strengthen control measures on the movement of specific EU-made products.

“There is much more in common between Ukraine and the states of Central Asia than it seems” — Andriy Yermak
28 April 2023, 16:20

“There is much more in common between Ukraine and the states of Central Asia than it seems” — Andriy Yermak

Andriy Yermak, head of the Ukrainian Presidential Office, wrote an article, addressing Central Asian countries. He stressed that multi-vectorism is historically characteristic of the region’s states. Ukraine also sought to be multi-vector, until Russia forced it to make the final choice, he wrote.

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