Tag: Easter truce

Kiev Finally Reports Major Drop In Fighting, But Separatists Claim Otherwise

May 2, 2016

On the 2nd anniversary of the violence clashes in Odessa that left 48 dead, the Ukrainian military reports that, for the most part, Russian-backed fighters in the Donbass now appear to be abiding by the Easter truce agreement. However the Donetsk separatists claim that Ukrainian forces shelled their positions last night and this morning.

Ukraine Liveblog Day 63: Moscow and Kiev Point Fingers After Ceasefire Shattered

April 21, 2014

Yesterday’s liveblog can be found here. For an overview and analysis of this developing story see our latest podcast. Please help The Interpreter to continue providing this valuable information service by making a donation towards our costs. An interactive map of the situation: View Ukraine: April, 2014 in a larger map For links to individual […]

Ukraine Liveblog Day 61: An Easter Truce – Just Delaying the Crisis?

April 19, 2014

Ukraine’s Foreign Minister says his government has agreed to a truce and will not take further actions against pro-Russian separatists and militants in control of government buildings in eastern Ukraine. Will the truce last, and if it does is it just delaying the inevitable confrontation? Yesterday’s liveblog can be found here. For an overview and […]