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Ukraine officials trying to politicize plane crash incident: SNSC
All allegations made by Ukrainian officials about the accidental bringing down of a passenger plane over Iran’s sky are unconstructive, as they are trying to politicize the case, a high-ranking Iranian security official said.
UK to deploy warships in Black Sea as Russia-Ukraine tension worsens
British warships will sail for the Black Sea in May amid rising tensions between Ukraine and Russia, the Sunday Times newspaper reported, citing senior naval sources.
Keep Ukraine out of NATO
By Daniel Larison*
Russia warns US warships to steer clear of Crimea 'for their own good'
Russia on Tuesday warned the United States to ensure its warships stayed well away from Crimea "for their own good", calling their deployment in the Black Sea a provocation designed to test Russian nerves.
Kremlin says not moving toward war with Ukraine
The Kremlin on Sunday said it was not moving toward war with Ukraine as Russia increased its military presence on the border with Ukraine's eastern breakaway territories.
Kremlin says fears full-scale fighting in Ukraine's east
The Kremlin said it fears a resumption of full-scale fighting in eastern Ukraine and could take steps to protect Russian civilians there, a stark warning that comes amid a Russian troop buildup along the border.
Kremlin: Russian military movements near Ukraine pose no threat
The Kremlin said Russian military movements near its shared border with Ukraine posed no threat to Ukraine or anyone else and that Moscow moved troops around its country as it saw fit.
Ukraine says joint military drills with NATO to begin in a few months
Ukraine’s armed forces said joint military drills with NATO troops would begin in a few months’ time, a step that could stoke tensions with Moscow which has expressed its opposition to such a move.
Rouhani: Those responsible for downing Ukrainian flight should face trial
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran said all those culpable of dereliction of duty in last year’s mistaken downing of a Ukrainian airliner have to face trial.
Ukraine interested in cooperation with Germany in tourism industry
Ukraine seeks to cooperate with Germany to increase tourist flows between the two countries.
Ukraine seeks world heritage status for Chernobyl zone
A soft snow fell as a clutch of visitors equipped with a Geiger counter wandered through the ghostly Ukrainian town of Pripyat, frozen in time since the world's worst nuclear accident in 1986.
Iran serious in punishing those guilty in plane crash: Baharvand
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for International and Legal Affairs Mohsen Baharvand said Iran is serious in punishing those guilty in Ukrainian plane crash on January 8.
Iran says has never sought to hide details of Ukrainian plane crash
Iran says it has never sought to hide the details of a Ukrainian plane crash and deny the rights of the families of the victims.
FM: Cooperation a must for success of Ukrainian plane crash talks
Iran’s foreign minister stressed the significance of cooperation among all involved parties for the success of an ongoing talks over the unintentional shooting down of a Ukrainian plane by the Iranian air defense in January.

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