The European Union supports Ukraine’s ambitious plans to deepen bilateral relations in such key areas as energy, justice and home affairs, customs and the digital economy.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman and European Council President Donald Tusk have discussed initiatives to support the Sea of Azov region.
The European Union takes a clear, firm and unified stance on the events in the Kerch Strait area and demands to immediately release Ukrainian ships and servicemen captured by Russia.
The European Union will always stand by the people of Ukraine in difficult times and will consider ways to further increase assistance to the country's regions affected by Russia's actions in the Sea of Azov.
The European Union and Ukraine held the fifth meeting of the Association Council on 17 December 2018 in Brussels.
Ukraine will have an independent anti-corruption court in the first quarter of 2019.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Thursday may consider the issue of the moratorium on agricultural land sale.
Ukraine and the European Union should consolidate international pressure on the aggressor country and increase the policy of sanctions so that to liberate Ukrainian sailors and military vessels, as well as to resume free navigation in the Azov Sea.
President Petro Poroshenko has said that the current measures carried out to fight against corruption in Ukraine are not enough and has called on everybody to unite to make this process more efficient.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said he hopes that the process of setting up the High Anti-Corruption Court in Ukraine will be completed by February 2019.
Ukraine is actively working on a package of sanctions related to an act of aggression committed by Russia in the basin of the Black and Azov Seas.
Autocephaly of Ukrainian church, Tomos are part of strategy for final decolonization of Ukraine – president
The project of autocephaly and the acquisition of the Tomos have not been spontaneous. It is an integral part of our meaningful and deliberate strategy for the final and irrevocable decolonization of Ukraine from the Russian Empire.
The whole world now sees that Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, are held accountable for the illegal detention of Ukrainian political prisoners and hostages.
For the next five years, the main strategic directions of Ukraine are achieving peace based on national interests, overcoming the effects of the economic crisis and meeting the criteria of the EU and NATO.