22 August, Tuesday, 23:27
Missiles on Ukrainian-Belarusian border of Russia will not help
In response to Western sanctions, the Kremlin has continued to "play muscles," but this will not change the vector of Russia's movement to a total defeat.
New sanctions: Russia will not yet risk staking everything
About optimism in the question whether the Kremlin will now resort to a great war against Ukraine
What is happening in Crimea?
The authorities of the Crimean peninsula are already pressing those who helped the invaders and now decided to defend their rights.
Ukraine still needs to choose between U.S. and EU
Increasing Western pressure on Russia will trigger a further escalation of relations between the United States and some EU member states.
Tourist weekend in Kyiv: Two convenient walking tours
Hedgehogs and dogs from cartoons, strange murals and installations – modern Kyiv can amaze tourists by a variety of attractions apart from historical monuments.
Shattered and firm illusions. Ukraine in global dimensions of modern world
Volodymyr Horbulin’s speech at the Forum “Dawn of Europe: Historical patterns of civilizational choice”
Information Policy Ministry names 50 victories of Ukraine in 50 days
Deputy Information Policy Minister Dmytro Zolotukhin made a list of 50 victories of Ukraine in 50 days.
Roman Sushchenko: I have "why", and books help to withstand any "how"
What books does Sushchenko reads there, in Lefortovo, what thoughts he has after reading
Refat Chubarov: Ukraine’s integration with NATO to help de-occupy Crimea
Ukraine’s integration with NATO in the future can play an important role for Crimea’s de-occupation, says Head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, MP Refat Chubarov.
The Eurovision in Ukraine was an exercise in soft power
Eurovision 2017, held in Kyiv, may have lacked overt politicisation when it came to the performances showcased on stage, especially in comparison to previous years.
Number of supporters of Ukraine’s membership in EU grows after Eurovision 2017
More than half (51%) of foreign guests, who visited Ukraine to attend the Eurovision 2017, noted that the country met their expectations.
Russia’s Vladimir Putin stands by Eurovision withdrawal…and questions Ukraine’s handling of the show
His nation staged one of the biggest — and in the eyes of many, one of the best — editions of the Eurovision Song Contest back in 2009.
Ukraine and Eurovision through journalists’ eyes
Taste everything, fall in love with Kyiv and come again
UKRAINE'S TIME TO SHINE Here’s all you need to know about taking a holiday in Kiev, the city hosting this weekend’s Eurovision
Eclectic architecture, cheap food and drink and a fascinating history make the capital a well-kept travel secret.
How Eurovision 2017 volunteers are taught to smile
Keep calm and always smile: Training of Eurovision 2017 volunteers starts