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10 December 2019

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Normandy Talks 2019 over: Outcome (38)
Great expectations were laid on the meeting of the leaders of four states. And so it is over now! The final communique is published! 01:46, 10 December 2019 112 Agency Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Russian President Vladimir Putin, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel met on December 9 in Paris at the Normandy Summit. Here's what the Four agreed on.
Democrats, Republicans spar in lively Trump impeachment hearing (4)
House Judiciary panel hearing expected to lay the groundwork for a vote later this week on formal charges against Trump. by William Roberts Republican House Judiciary Committee ranking member Doug Collins delivers his opening statement as Chairman Jerrold Nadler listens at the start of a House Judiciary Committee hearing [Jonathan Ernst/Reuters] Washington, DC - Democrats and Republicans in the United States House of
Normandy Four Continue Meeting As Part Of Working Dinner After Zelenskyy And Putin Negotiations (19)
Даша Зубкова Даша Зубкова The leaders of the Normandy Format countries (Ukraine, Russia, Germany, France), after bilateral negotiations between President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, continued the meeting in a quadripartite format as part of a working dinner. The Office of the President announced this on Facebook, Ukrainian News Agency reports.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy Says Ceasefire With Russia Could Come Before Year's End (4)
By Jeffery Martin On 12/9/19 at 7:00 PM EST Share World Ukraine Russia Vladimir Putin Paris At the Paris meeting of world leaders known as the Normandy 4, Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenzkiy to discuss the conflict in Ukraine, with Zelenskiy saying a ceasefire could occur by the end of the year.
Russia, Ukraine leaders Agree on Ceasefire Following Four-Way Talks in Paris (4)
By Lisa Bryant December 09, 2019 08:16 PM PARIS - Russian and Ukrainian leaders agreed to implement a ceasefire and a prisoners' swap by years end, following four-way talks in Paris on Monday that also included France and Germany. The four heads of state said they had made progress and that just talking was a key step forward.
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