Despite the abolition of visa requirements for short-term travels to Schengen area in June 2017, the number of Schengen visa applications from Ukrainians remains relatively large.
The trilateral Ukraine-EU-Russia talks on gas transit, scheduled for September 16, will take place after the formation of a new government and the composition of a delegation, according to the president's representative in the Cabinet of Ministers, Andriy Gerus.
The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation upheld the six-year prison sentence to Crimean left-wing activist Yevhen Karakashev, who was convicted for social media posts allegedly calling for terrorism.
Marshal of the Senate of the Republic of Poland Stanisław Karczewski will pay a visit to Ukraine on August 16-17, where he will take part in solemn events dedicated to the Battle of Kostiuchnówka in Volyn region, according to the Polish Radio.
Coal and electricity prices in Ukraine should not be higher than those in Europe.
On August 15, under the chairmanship of Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov, a meeting of the working group on reforming the cybersecurity sector within the national security system of Ukraine was held at the NSDC Office.
The parliamentary group for the preparation of the first sitting of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of the ninth convocation decided to invite a delegation of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe to the sitting.
Member of the Parliament of Victoria Bruce Atkinson praised the important contribution of the Ukrainian community of Victoria in the development of Australia’s multicultural life.
Ukraine's real gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 4.6% in the second quarter of 2019 compared to the same period of last year due to the preservation of investment activity.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine at a meeting on August 14 decided to allocate more than UAH 2 billion for the development of national roads, Ukraine’s State Agency of Automobile Roads (Ukravtodor) has reported.
The temporarily occupied Crimea is a “grey zone of lawlessness” and Ukrainian citizens should remember this when visiting the peninsula.
Ukraine needs a law to protect people who were illegally imprisoned for political reasons and an institution that will deal with the protection and release of political prisoners – prisoners of the Kremlin.
The Interior Ministry of the Russian Federation received more than 60,000 citizenship applications from residents of ORDLO. Over 25,000 people have already obtained Russian citizenship.
The preparatory deputy group of the newly elected lawmakers identified a list of 23 specialized parliamentary committees.