Zhanna Nemtsova, the founder of the Boris Nemtsov Foundation, who was killed near the Kremlin in 2015, recalled the words of US President Joe Biden, who promised 'serious consequences' if Navalny dies in a Russian prison. These consequences should include comprehensive support for Ukraine in repelling Russian aggression.
Collaborators agitating for participation in 'elections' in the occupied part of Zaporizhzhia region
In the temporarily occupied territory of the Zaporizhzhia region, collaborators are collecting information about residents and agitating them to participate in the 'presidential elections in Russia'.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 2.6 was recorded near a village Lysivtsi in the Ternopil region.
The first electronic notary services are expected to be available this spring.
The United Kingdom is working with nations, including the United States, to provide Ukraine with thousands of new AI-enabled drones that could swarm Russian targets simultaneously.
In the past week, demining units of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry's State Special Transport Service have disposed 2,875 explosive objects and cleared 10 hectares of the recaptured territories.
Ukrainians who sought sanctuary in the UK after Russia's invasion will be granted an 18-month visa under a new extension scheme.
Since the launch of the Unified Register of Weapons in Ukraine, citizens have already submitted almost 226,000 applications for their purchase, storage and re-registration.
18 February 2024
On Sunday, Russian troops fired 12 times at the border settlements of Sumy region.
In the Kyiv region, 198 educational institutions that were destroyed and damaged as a result of Russia's full-scale invasion have already been restored.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has stated that Ukrainians must continue to be resilient, determined, and achieve goals in this war.
Japan will enlist help from the private sector and continue its long-term support for Ukraine.
Since the beginning of the year, Russian troops have shelled the Sumy region 1,432 times, killing 17 people.
Zelensky on security guarantees: Ukraine signs three agreements signed, holds talks with several other countries
Ukraine has agreed on security agreements with several other countries.
The Security Service of Ukraine, under the procedural guidance of the Donetsk Regional Prosecutor's Office, has launched a pre-trial investigation into the executions of unarmed Ukrainian prisoners of war in Avdiivka and Vesele.
As a result of the shelling of Kramatorsk by Russian troops, two houses were destroyed and 137 others were damaged.
The Ukrainian Defense Forces repelled 33 enemy attacks in five axes and another 14 assaults on the left bank of the Dnipro River over the day.
During the day, Russian troops shelled the Nikopol district of the Dnipropetrovsk region with drones, artillery, and Grad systems.
Ukraine has tested the development of Lancet-type drones.
Chernihiv honored the memory of those killed in a Russian missile attack on a drama theater.
In the Sumy region, soldiers of the 117th Territorial Defense Brigade destroyed the Russian 'Murom-M' surveillance system using a drone.
On the morning of February 18, Russian troops struck at the civilian infrastructure of the village of Borova in the Kharkiv region, damaging residential buildings, a hospital, and kindergartens.
The European Union should continue supporting Ukraine, because Russia is preparing for a long confrontation with NATO.
Early on February 18, the Russian military shot dead two captured Ukrainian soldiers in the area of responsibility of the Khortytsia operational and strategic group of troops.
Ukraine and the United States may sign a security agreement before the NATO summit in Washington in July, but the Ukrainian side is focusing on Congress voting for the Ukraine aid package, as it is a matter of survival.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said at a meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference that China does not sell lethal weapons to Russia for its war against Ukraine.
Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces Oleksandr Syrskyi, Minister of Defense Rustem Umerov and Chief of the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Major General Anatoliy Barhylevych have commemorated at Askold's Grave in Kyiv the soldiers who died in the battles for Debaltseve in January-February 2015.
The situation in the Zaporizhzhia sector is stable, with Ukraine's defense forces holding their ground.
Following the Munich Security Conference, Ukraine has clarity regarding the further promotion of negotiations on EU membership, and partners are aware of the need to strengthen European defense policy and the importance of the U.S. Congress voting for a Ukraine aid package.