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The Week Ahead: July 21-27


July 24: The Moscow City Court is scheduled to announce the verdict in the case against opposition activists Sergei Udaltsov and Leonid Razvozzhayev, who face charges of organizing riots in May 2012.

July 24: The Moscow City Court is scheduled to announce the verdict in the case against opposition activists Sergei Udaltsov and Leonid Razvozzhayev, who face charges of organizing riots in May 2012.

The Week Ahead is a detailed listing of key events of the coming week affecting RFE/RL's broadcast region.

Now on Twitter! Daily updates at @The_Week_Ahead.



MONDAY, July 21:
Malaysia/Ukraine: Malaysian Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman visits Kyiv to meet with Ukrainian leaders over the investigation into the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine.
Russia/Moldova: Russian ban on imports of fruit from Moldova takes effect.
UN: The United Nations Security Council is scheduled to vote on an Australia-proposed resolution demanding international access to the Ukraine plane crash site and a cease-fire around the area.
TUESDAY, July 22:

EU/Eastern Partnership: Brussels hosts an Eastern Partnership foreign ministers meeting.
Poland: Warsaw hosts a meeting of presidents of Bulgaria, Romania, the Baltic states, and the Visegrad Group countries.
Ukraine: Lviv hosts the Ukrainian Super Cup soccer match between Shakhtar Donetsk and Dynamo Kyiv.
U.S./Ukraine: Wilson Center in Washington hosts a discussion titled "The Impact of Ukraine in the Neighborhood."
WEDNESDAY, July 23:
UK/Iran: Chatham House in London hosts a discussion titled "Iran: Deal Done?"
THURSDAY, July 24:
Russia: The Moscow City Court is scheduled to announce the verdict in the case against opposition activists Sergei Udaltsov and Leonid Razvozzhayev, who face charges of organizing riots in May 2012.
UK/Ukraine: Chatham House in London hosts a discussion titled "Referendums and Ethnic Violence: Voting in Ukraine."
UN: Tokyo hosts a global launch of the 2014 Human Development Report.

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