Russia hopes UN SC can adopt statement on ceasefire in Ukraine within hours Russia is hoping that the U.N. Security Council will be able to adopt a statement within the next several hours on ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, Russian Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin said on Thursday.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has started admitting defeat. At a meeting in Kiev with the Deputy Secretary General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman, he acknowledged that the situation in the East cannot be solved by military means alone. Earlier Poroshenko pointed to the ineffectiveness of the former military plan and declared about preparations for a new plan.
One can speculate for a long time on how the confrontation between government and opposition will end in Pakistan. But one thing is clear: neither side will achieve a decisive advantage until the army has had its final say. In the meantime, the official representatives of the Pakistani armed forces are calling for "patience, wisdom and sagacity".
The International Collective Users’ Center of Molecular Paleontology will open in Yakutsk, Russia this September, Chief Research Scientist of the Applied Ecology of the North Institute Semyon Grigoryev said during a press conference on the results of the “search for the last Arctic giant” expedition.