The response of the United States and the European Union to Russian aggression against Ukraine is insufficient, but sanctions remain critical for the Kremlin.
The North Atlantic Alliance made efforts to build strategic partnership with Russia but suspended all practical cooperation with it following the illegal annexation of Crimea and aggression against Ukraine in 2014.
The reform of decentralization of power introduced by the Government of Ukraine – the transfer of powers and financial resources to the level of territorial communities – has united the country and become a real and effective alternative to the idea of federalization of Ukraine.
NATO’s commitment to assisting Ukraine’s security and defence sector reforms remains high.
NATO has reaffirmed its commitment to the open door policy regarding its enlargement, as well as the decision of the NATO Bucharest Summit of 2008 that Ukraine and Georgia will become NATO members once they meet all the necessary requirements.
Warsaw urges Moscow to release Ukrainian sailors imprisoned in Russia, return Ukrainian vessels and guarantee freedom of navigation in the Kerch Strait.
U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch and representatives of the Civil Network OPORA discussed preparations for the upcoming elections.
Eleven theses from a speech by a well-known American philosopher in Vienna
The Russian side in Minsk refused to discuss the release of Ukrainian sailors captured in the Black Sea.
Crew members of the Ukrainian naval vessels captured and still held by Russians in Moscow could be considered as prisoners of war and protected under the Geneva Convention.
OSCE Ambassador Toni Frisch will visit prisons on both sides of the contact line in eastern Ukraine in April.
Members of the European Parliament will discuss the state and prospects of Ukraine’s relations with the EU on the fifth anniversary of the Revolution of Dignity, including the situation in the state on the eve of the presidential election.
A meeting of the working subgroups of the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) on the peaceful settlement of the situation in eastern Ukraine has begun in Minsk.
Ukraine should implement the principles of integrated border management as soon as possible, in particular, introduce the best European practices.