On Friday, January 18, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas will go to Russia and then to Ukraine.
After leaving the European Union, the United Kingdom will remain the powerful military force and will not weaken its support for Ukraine in the face of Russian military aggression.
Illegally convicted Ukrinform journalist Roman Sushchenko, who is held in a penal colony in the Kirov region of Russia, has held a long meeting with his wife and daughter for the first time, his daughter, Yulia Sushchenko, has said.
NATO maintains its presence in the Black Sea region and attaches great importance to the development of cooperation with Ukraine.
In 2019, the National Bank of Ukraine expects to receive two tranches from the International Monetary Fund in the amount of $1.3 billion each.
Ukraine's SBU Security Service has said that reports on the expulsion of "SBU agent" Leonid Kaplun from Russia are fake, the SBU's press service has told an Ukrinform correspondent.
The Honorary Consulate of the Slovak Republic has opened in Kharkiv city.
In 2019, China will provide about 230 units of modern medical equipment for hospitals of Kherson, Ivano-Frankivsk, Vinnytsia, Zaporizhzhia and Dnipropetrovsk regions.
Ukrainian champion Vasyl Lomachenko will compete for the IBF lightweight title with the winner of a fight between Ghanaian Richard Commey and Russian Isa Chaniev.
The number of countries, which Ukrainian citizens can visit without a visa or after getting a visa at the border, keeps growing.
Ukrainian business for the first time in five years will be officially presented at the trade fair International Green Week, held in Berlin, Germany, on January 18-27.
Trilateral talks on gas transit with the participation of European Commission Vice-President Maros Sefcovic, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak will be held as scheduled on January 21, so the absence of Gazprom's delegation in Brussels for technical consultations on this topic has not affected preparations for the meeting.
The Health Ministry plans to expand the Affordable Medicines program in 2020.
Democratic Congressman Mike Quigley has been elected as a new co-chair of the Congressional Ukrainian Caucus.