Japan’s position on condemning Russian aggression against Ukraine, non-recognition of the annexation of Crimea and the comprehensive support for Kyiv in the international arena and in domestic reforms will remain unchanged.
Warsaw and Bratislava support Ukraine in the context of Russia's aggressive actions.
Canada should support Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia in their resistance to Russian hybrid attacks.
About 4,000 law enforcement officers maintain public order at the square near Kyiv's Saint Sophia Cathedral, the interior minister's adviser, Zorian Shkiriak, has stated.
The U.S. position suggesting that Presidents Trump and Putin will not meet until the captured Ukrainian sailors and ships are released cannot be a reason for disrupting the course of the trial, Russian president's press secretary Dmitry Peskov has said.
France recognizes the importance of existing sanctions against Russia, while stressing the need for continuing diplomatic efforts to restore Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Representatives of the Japanese Government have officially transferred to Ukrainian police the latest radio communications set with NXDN standard.
Ukraine's Deputy Foreign Minister Vasyl Bodnar has called on members of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) to strengthen sanctions against Russia over its aggression against Ukraine in the Sea of Azov and help Ukraine protect its territorial integrity.
The process of reforming the first eight pilot ministries is at its final stage.
Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has stated that rulings by the Supreme Court of Ukraine, established as part of judicial reform a year ago, are credible.
Ukraine's Supreme Court should be an example of changes in the work of the judiciary for other newly created courts - appellate, district courts, the High Anti-corruption Court and the High Court on Intellectual Property, President Petro Poroshenko has said.
Canada should respond to the latest escalation of Russian aggression against Ukraine by expanding sanctions against the Russian Federation.
The budget of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) for the next year totals over UAH 750 million, of which 75% will be allocated to distribute funds among political parties, the agency’s press service reports.
The introduction of a new package of sanctions over the Azov Sea clash is another step in countering Russian aggression against Ukraine.