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China committed to political solution to Ukraine crisis: Foreign Ministry spokeswoman

Urdu Point 31 Jan 2023
Our policy and position can stand up to the test of history and facts," Mao said, referring to the Ukraine crisis, according to a transcript of her news conference ... sending heavy and assault weapons to Ukraine, which has only prolonged and intensified the conflict," she added.
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Ukraine crisis and nuclear 'no first use' pledge

The Manila Times 31 Jan 2023
The Ukraine crisis that erupted in February last year continues with no prospect for cessation ... Together with calling for the earliest possible resolution to the Ukraine crisis, I wish to stress the crucial importance of implementing measures to prevent the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons, both in the current crisis and all future conflicts.
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Croatia’s President Doesn’t Want Be West’s ‘Circus Poodle’ in Ukraine Crisis

Sputnik 31 Jan 2023
The Croatian head of state took flak from Zagreb’s NATO and EU allies last year after threatening to block Finland and Sweden’s NATO applications for membership, but was overruled by parliament, which ratified the accession protocols in July ....
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Kiev’s Jubilation Over Drone Attack May Push Iran to Take ‘New Approach’ on Ukraine Crisis: Official

Sputnik 31 Jan 2023
Iran summoned Ukraine’s envoy in Tehran on Monday to explain a tweet by Ukrainian Presidential advisor Mykhailo Podolyak, who stated that Ukraine had “warned” the Islamic Republic about the consequences of its supposed military support for Russia after Saturday’s drone attack on a military factory in central Iran ....
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Government urged to appoint migration tsar

The Irish Times 31 Jan 2023
The Ukraine Civil Society Forum says the refugee crisis needs to be treated 'as the emergency it is' Jack Horgan-Jones ... In a briefing note drawn up last month for incoming Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, the Ukraine Civil Society ...
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Ukraine war dominates Nobel year againThe list of nominees submitted to the committee is kept ...

Deccan Herald 31 Jan 2023
From NATO secretary general to the Ukrainian president, the war in Ukraine dominates the names known so far to have been submitted by Tuesday's deadline for the 2023 Nobel Peace Prize ... Russian official rules out talks with Ukraine or West ... Lack of ability to tackle Ukraine war reflects UNSC's 'dysfunctional' system ... Ukraine ... Russia-Ukraine crisis.
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Ukraine crisis: Russia sidesteps sanctions

The Telegraph India 31 Jan 2023
Recent data show surges in trade for some of Russia’s neighbors and allies, suggesting that countries like Turkey, China, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan are stepping in to provide Russia with many of the products that western countries have tried to cut off as punishment for Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.
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Facts about Russia-Ukraine conflict: Ukraine exports 19 mln tons of foodstuffs under grain deal

China.dot.org 31 Jan 2023
31 (Xinhua) -- The following are the latest developments in the Ukraine crisis.. Ukraine's Black Sea ports have shipped 19 million tons of foodstuffs since August under a key deal on grain and fertilizer exports, the government-run Ukrinform news agency reported Tuesday, citing a senior official.
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West Begins to Understand That US Provocation Lies at Heart of Ukrainian Conflict - Moscow

Urdu Point 31 Jan 2023
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 31st January, 2023) Western countries are gradually beginning to understand that the Ukraine crisis stems from Washington's provocative policy, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Tuesday ... The breakaway republics of Ukraine were incorporated into Russia last fall after referendums.
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Trudeau gov’t to send tanks to Ukraine while own military suffers from underfunding

Life Site 31 Jan 2023
On January 26, Canada’s Defence Minister Anita Anand announced that Canada will be gifting Ukraine four of its 82 German-made Leopard 2 battle tanks, along with the training and resources to use them ... The escalation in the war between Russia and Ukraine has caused a major humanitarian crisis, with millions of people forced to flee their homes.
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Johnson lied about Putin missile 'threat' - Kremlin

Sott 31 Jan 2023
Johnson's accusations have emerged in a new BBC documentary about the crisis in Ukraine. Recalling a telephone call with Putin on February 2, 2022, just over three weeks before tensions over Ukraine ...
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Church helps mining community evolve in dark, warming Arctic

Elko Daily Free Press 31 Jan 2023
The last Norwegian coal mine in Svalbard — an archipelago that’s one of the world’s fastest warming spots — was slated to close this year and only got a reprieve until 2025 because of the energy crisis driven by the war in Ukraine ... the energy crisis driven by the war in Ukraine.
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Latest Developments in Ukraine: Jan. 31

Voa News 31 Jan 2023
For full coverage of the crisis in Ukraine, visit Flashpoint Ukraine. The latest developments in Russia’s war on Ukraine ... But he grew stony-faced as his fellow leftist leader expounded his views on the Ukraine war ... Brazil would work with other countries to help achieve peace in Ukraine, as his country has not taken sides, he said.
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Boats, tents, park benches: how EU countries are accommodating Ukrainian refugees

The Irish Times 31 Jan 2023
The unprecedented nature of the refugee crisis triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has strained the accommodation capacities of many European Union countries. It is unprecedented in speed and size - 4.6 million refugees fleeing Ukraine have ...
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Brazil makes proposal on Ukraine peace talks

Russia Today 31 Jan 2023
The world should form a club of countries focused on achieving a peace settlement between Russia and Ukraine, Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said on Monday ... Lula mentioned the G20, an informal club of the world's biggest economies that began meeting regularly after the start of the 2008 financial crisis.

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