Estonian Foreign Minister Eva-Maria Liimets has said that fears about Russian President Vladimir Putin's plans to invade Ukraine are growing, and in such circumstances Ukraine lacks security guarantees from NATO.
British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has said that the Russian authorities would make a "grave mistake" if they launched a new wave of aggression against Ukraine.
The German side is coordinating actions on the Nord Stream 2 project with the American counterparts, while refusing to comment on new U.S. sanctions introduced against the gas pipeline.
A full-scale Russian offensive in Ukraine is unlikely to be imminent, and a build-up of Russian troops on the Ukrainian border is likely to be another demonstration of Russia's readiness to defend its "red lines" on Ukraine.
The Cabinet of Ministers has dismissed First Deputy Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Rostyslav Zamlynskyi and Deputy Minister of Defense Oleksandr Nosov.
Ukraine's Ambassador to Germany Andrij Melnyk has called on the future German government coalition to respond to the Kremlin's destructive policy in the international arena, the amassing of Russian military presence on the border with Ukraine, and weaponization of energy.
The EU has condemned measures taken by Russia to "simplify" the rules for purchasing goods in temporarily occupied territories in eastern Ukraine as another manifestation of disrespect for international law and a violation of Ukraine's territorial integrity.
The White House has two different approaches to the U.S. policy toward Russia and Ukraine: some see the need to end the Kremlin's aggressive policies immediately, while others see China as the main threat, believing that the Kremlin will eventually go bankrupt.
Ukrainian, British, and American intelligence agencies have exchanged information on the latest amassing of Russian troops near Ukraine’s borders.
First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Emine Dzheppar has stated that Russia must immediately end detentions and arrests in the temporarily occupied Crimea and release all illegally detained Ukrainian citizens.
23 November 2021
EU’s restrictive measures remain in force against seven Ukrainian ex-officials out of 22 sanctioned in 2014.
Russia seeks to ensure that the so-called "DPR" and "LPR" influence Ukraine's policy, diplomat Oleksandr Khara said on the air of Dom TV channel.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will deliver a state-of-the-nation address at a plenary meeting of the Verkhovna Rada on December 1, parliamentary press secretary Maria Deineko has told Ukrinform.
Among preconditions for improving relations between Germany and Russia is the settlement of Russia’s conflict with Ukraine and the return to the negotiating table in the Normandy format.
A package of the Crimea Platform bills, including a bill on the administrative procedure for documenting the facts of birth and death in the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, has been drafted.
U.S. President Joe Biden's administration made a mistake when they lifted sanctions off Russia’s Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, which ultimately allowed Russia to blackmail and put political pressure on the European Union due to Gazprom's monopoly position.
The commissioning of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline bypassing Ukraine would allow Moscow to completely withdraw the Ukrainian GTS from the chain of gas shipments to Europe and untie its hands for a large-scale military incursion into Ukraine.
22 November 2021
Year 2022 should mark the development and institutionalization of the Crimea Platform international initiative.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has received assurances from many Bulgarian officials that the country's stance on the territorial belonging of Crimea to Ukraine remains unwavering.
Ukraine is not planning to conduct an offensive military operation in Donbas and remains committed to finding a political and diplomatic solution to the conflict, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has tweeted.
Our partners have assured us they will help Ukraine as much as possible in the event of a Russian offensive
Close ties with Moscow can contribute to short-term situational benefits, but they have highly negative strategic consequences
International partners will help Kyiv if Russia dares to invade Ukraine.
Canada can support Ukraine's full membership in NATO if need be, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov has said.
Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba says Ukraine and its partners insist that European legislation be fully applied to the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline despite efforts by Russian lobbyists and lawyers to partly exempt the project from EU regulations.
Ukraine considers it inappropriate for ambassador to take part in Iran’s trial over downing of UIA plane
Ukraine considers the participation of the Ambassador of Ukraine to the Islamic Republic of Iran in a formal court hearing on the downing of the UIA plane, where the indictment will be read, to be inappropriate.
The growing number of Russian troops near the Ukrainian border, as well as in Belarus and Russia’s Kaliningrad exclave, is a matter of concern to the Polish authorities.
Russia operates against the Crimea Platform with the signatories to its declaration, so Ukraine should be more active within this format.
Russia may go for a full-scale military invasion of Ukraine, while the government in Kyiv is working hard to prevent this from happening.