Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) has cancelled all scheduled flights until April 24 in connection with the government's decision to introduce emergency situation in Ukraine.
Russian-occupation troops have opened fire on positions of the Joint Forces near Pavlopol and Luhanske. No casualties among the Ukrainian military have been reported.
The UN Human Rights Monitoring Mission recorded 16 civilian casualties in eastern Ukraine from March 1 to March 22, the mission’s press service wrote on Facebook page.
A ‘court’ in Simferopol, occupied Crimea, extended the arrest of three defendants of so-called Bilohirsk group in Hizb ut-Tahrir case until May 5. In addition, the courts in Crimea and Russian Rostov extended the arrest of 18 defendants of so-called "second Simferopol group" until June 14-15.
The Cabinet of Ministers has approved a decision to liquidate the State Sports Agency and the State Agency for Development of Youth and Civil Society.
The number of Kyiv residents infected with the coronavirus Covid-19 has grown to 40 people, according to Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko.
On March 25, members of the armed formations again denied an attempt of the SMM to cross into non-government-controlled areas of Donetsk region, while a further attempt to cross into non-government-controlled areas of Luhansk region, both along official crossing routes, was also denied.
The Cabinet of Ministers intends to envisage additional UAH 1.6 bln in a draft law on amendments to the 2020 state budget regarding the financing of the coal industry.
Lviv Armor Vehicle factory has transferred six T-64 tanks for the needs of the Ukrainian army, according to the press service of Ukrobornprom.
Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba drew the attention of Romanian Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu to the inadmissibility of Russia's attempts to ease sanctions amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
President Vladimir Putin's new "decree" on granting land ownership rights in occupied Crimea only to Russians reinforces the basis for international sanctions, the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine has said.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba and Romanian Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu have agreed to ensure the protection of citizens of the two countries during temporary transport restrictions.
The emergency situation regime, which was introduced in Ukraine until April 24, does not violate the constitutional rights of the population and does not derail the economy.
As of the morning of March 26, Ukraine had 156 laboratory-confirmed coronavirus cases, the Health Ministry of Ukraine has reported.