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One year after Minsk II [infographic]

Minsk II

It has been one year since the second Minsk agreement was signed in order to bring peace to Ukraine. As it was expected, decisions reached at the summit did not work. Right after signing the Minsk II Russia worked hard to demonstrate its entire attitude to the document. The ceasefire was to be implemented few […]

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Despite war in the east Ukrainian harvest grows [infographics]

Despite war in the east Ukrainian harvest grows [infographics]

In spite of hostilities in the east, early grain harvest results of 2015 display growth in comparison to the same results in 2014. The agriculture volume that Ukraine produces is enough for export as well as consumption inside the country. This years result show up growth by two million tons in comparison on 2014. In […]

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Changes made by new Law on Local Elections

Changes made by new Law on Local Elections

The new law entered into force on 08.08.2015. The elections are scheduled for October 25 and they will test is the model suggested by the Law is actually effective. The main feature of the upcoming elections is the non-transferable vote. In the infographics down below you can find more information on changes brought by the […]

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Russian aggression in Ukraine and its victims [Infographics]

Russian aggression in Ukraine and its victims [Infographics]

One year ago, on September 5, 2014, a first Minsk agreement was signed in Belarus. After hard defeat and tragic losses in Ilovaisk in late summer this agreement looked a like an acceptable plan to resolve the conflict. However, one year after, when we already have the second version of Minsk agreements, it is obvious […]

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Who settled in south and east of modern Ukraine?

http://uacrisis.org/30640-settling-in-southern-and-eastern-territories-of-modern-ukraine

According to Russian pseudo scientists and the elites led by Vladimir Putin, southern and eastern part of modern Ukraine was originally Russian territories given as a ‘gift’ of Russian Tsar. Russia actively spreads these myths thus trying to justify its military activity in Ukraine. However, historical evidence says that Ukrainian Cossacks and peasants were the […]

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Nobody but them – Airborne Forces of Ukraine

Ukrainian Airborne Forces

Airborne Forces of Ukraine celebrated their professional holiday on August 2. This is the second year when paratroopers celebrated this day at the forefront while defending their homeland. This infographics created by Ukraine Crisis Media Center  tells about contribution of the Airborne Forces in this war. In course of this conflict the paratroopers proved their […]

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Antonov for the Army of Ukraine

Ukrainian Antonov State Company is known across the world for producing the largest strategic airlifter. Not a single airplane in the world can compete with high-tech and unique Antonov An-225 Mriya [Cossack]. Since beginning of anti-terrorist operation in the east of Ukraine importance of Ukrainian technological achievements in the sky has grown significantly. This infographics […]

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Russia and its militants don’t follow Minsk Agreements

Russia and its militants don’t follow Minsk Agreements

Russian Federation and its fighters often accuse Ukraine of not following provisions of Minsk Agreements. The infographics above shows who actually violates the agreements since their conclusion 5 months ago. This infographics was created by Ukraine Crisis Media Center. More materials about Ukraine conflict are available on their official website. Source: Ukraine Crisis Media Center

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Years of productive friendly relations between Russia and NATO

Years of productive friendly relations between Russia and NATO

Currently Russian propaganda actively portrays NATO as an aggressive enemy threatening security and national interests of the Federation. Here is information about cooperation and friendly relations that existed between Russia and NATO before 2014 in infographics by Ukraine Crisis Media Center. It is interesting to observe how Russian Federation suffers some memory problem because the […]

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Ukrainian Army in 2014 and 2015 – a year of great change. Infographic.

Ukrainian Army in 2014 and 2015 - a year of great change. Infographic.

For almost 23 years of Ukrainian independence, our army lived in Soviet past using outdated heritage. Russian aggression caused a huge leap towards modern times. In course of one year Defense Ministry and Ukrainian volunteers managed to make a huge change. They adapted military supply to meet the needs of hybrid war. Outdated military uniforms […]

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