More than a hundred lawmakers of the Parliament of Canada have formed the Canada-Ukraine Parliamentary Friendship Group.
The Cabinet of Ministers has appointed Yuriy Polyukhovych as acting minister of education and science of Ukraine.
Ukraine is ready for comprehensive cooperation with Switzerland to develop bilateral relations.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has recommended that Ukrainian citizens temporarily refrain from traveling to Italy due to the spread of the disease caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus in that country, according to a statement posted on the ministry's website.
The Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) will continue supporting Ukraine on its path of reforms, UWC President Paul Grod has stated.
The prosecution in MH17 trial stated that at least two Buk missile systems had been transported to Ukraine from Russia in 2014, but one of them broke down along the way.
More than 80 relatives of those killed in MH17 crash demand compensations.
Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Dmytro Razumkov has started his official visit to Switzerland.
The United States welcomes the commencement of the criminal trial in the Netherlands of four individuals indicted for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17.
Canada will allocate more than $2 million to help strengthen the capacity of the National Police of Ukraine.
The trial of four suspects in downing of flight MH17 has begun at the Schiphol Judicial Complex in the Netherlands.
Ukraine should have the European integration prospects confirmed by the European leaders.
The first meeting of the new composition of the Joint Investigation Team into the MH17 crash was held in Amsterdam.
Ukraine does not consider a possibility of resumption of water supply to the occupied Crimea.