Russian investigators have ordered 11 captured Ukrainian sailors to undergo mental health assessment.
Russia can no longer be considered a strategic partner of the European Union due to its ongoing aggression against Ukraine and occupation of Crimea.
The ninth meeting of the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Association Committee will be held in Strasbourg this week.
The Open Government Week starts in Ukraine, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has said.
The President guarantees the prosecution of thieves and zero tolerance towards corruption.
Ukraine has no reason to hope for the cessation of the Russian Federation's aggression in the near future, but the expanded NATO presence in the Black Sea region may restrain the Kremlin.
Ukraine, United States discuss strengthening protection against Russian cyber attacks during elections
Russia is trying to meddle in the elections in Ukraine, using them as the last chance to return Ukraine to the field of its influence.
The Ukrainian delegation consisting of Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze and Ambassador of Ukraine to the USA Valeriy Chaly held the talks in the Pentagon on the direct purchase of American weapons and other aspects of strengthening Ukraine’s defense capability.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is a kleptocrat who has no doctrine, and his corrupt government is interested in protecting its resources and getting more of them.
Francis Fukuyama, a well-known U.S. philosopher, political scientist, professor at the Stanford University, has explained the types and sources of populism, which is the greatest threat to the liberal-democratic world.
Kremlin’s efforts to derail Ukrainian president’s reelection bid spell trouble for country’s liberals
Officials should not expect a ruling of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine to help them avoid responsibility for illegal enrichment.
Members of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives have unanimously approved a bill that prohibits the U.S. government from recognizing Crimea as part of Russia.
Ukraine reserves the right to create armed systems necessary for its defense, including relevant missile weapons.