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Russian, Ukrainian presidents discuss settlement

– Vladimir Putin, Volodymyr Zelensky talked about preparation of new round of Normandy Four summit

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'Russia ready to exchange ambassadors with Ukraine'

– Sergei Lavrov also speaks on Russia-NATO relations, upcoming military drill Defender Europe 2020

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Turkey, Ukraine pledge steps to boost economic ties

-Turkish President Erdogan says Turkish contracting sector signed 184 projects worth total of $6.3B in Ukraine

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UPDATE – Turkey repeats no recognition of annexation of Crimea

UPDATES WITH MORE REMARKS By Faruk Zorlu and Gozde Bayar ANKARA (AA) – In an official state visit, Turkey on Monday again underlined that it does not recognize Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea. Turkey's support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity will continue, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told a joint news conference alongside his […]

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Turkey repeats no recognition of annexation of Crimea

– Turkey reiterates its support for sovereignty, territorial integrity of Ukraine, says President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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Turkish president to attend meeting with Ukraine

– Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky to hold high-level strategic council meeting Monday in Kiev

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Kremlin aide slams US policy on Palestine

– Russian President Vladimir Putin and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to ‘thoroughly examine’ the topic, Kremlin says

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Ukrainian premier resigns following media leak

– Ukraine’s prime minister says he resigns to put aside any doubts about his respect, trust in president

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Ukraine to open criminal case following plane crash

– Ukrainian President Zelensky instructs attorney general to form special investigative commission to probe deadly crash

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UPDATE – Trump becomes third US president to be impeached

– Abuse of power, obstruction charges now head to Senate, where Republicans are expected to clear president of wrongdoing