President Andrzej Duda of Poland will pay a visit to East Africa’s Kenya, Rwanda, and Tanzania on February 4-10. One of the tasks during the visit will be to raise awareness about Russian aggression against Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has introduced the newly appointed head of the Zaporizhzhia Regional State Administration, Ivan Fedorov.
German-Ukrainian negotiations on a bilateral security agreement between the two countries are progressing, and the relevant document may be signed as early as this month.
Government officials from Russia and Iran, as well as representatives from a number of German political parties, were not invited to this year's Munich Security Conference, which will take place February 16-18.
South Korea has expressed a stern warning to Russia over Russia's growing military cooperation with the DPRK and called on Moscow to behave responsibly in its relations with Pyongyang.
White House calls Johnson's statement about support for Israel without Ukraine aid 'cynical maneuver'
The White House has criticized efforts by the House Republicans to pass a bill on military support for Israel regardless of aid to Ukraine and other urgent needs.
03 February 2024
Head of the Ukrainian President’s Office Andriy Yermak, held a meeting with the delegation of French officials to discuss in detail issues of international and bilateral agenda.
The European Union maintains a strong position on supporting Ukraine in its struggle for its freedom and independence, and will likely be able to set up an aid fund for Ukraine within the framework of the European Peace Facility within the next few days.
During his visit to Ukraine, the current Chairman-in-Office of the OSCE, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs and Trade of Malta, Ian Borg, made a short trip to the towns of Hostomel, Bucha, and Borodianka to see with his own eyes the devastating consequences of Russian aggression.
Poland recognizes the independence of Ukraine within its internationally established borders.
Finland, one of the largest donors of military aid to Ukraine, stands in favor of sharing this burden across Europe so the allocation of EUR 20 billion within the European Peace Fund could be a massive achievement in this regard.
Poland supports the proposal of EU High Representative Josep Borrell to create a special facility for military aid to Ukraine within the European Peace Facility in the amount of EUR 20 billion for the next four years.
The informal Council of EU Foreign Ministers, which is taking place today in Brussels, will, among other issues, continue the discussion of the situation of Ukraine and, in particular, the issue of the implementation of commitments to increase military assistance to Ukraine.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine sent an official note of protest to the government of Nicaragua over the arrival of a Russian delegation from temporarily occupied Crimea to the country on January 23 to sign agreements on trade and economic cooperation and twinning between Yalta and Granada.
Russia's ongoing attacks targeting civilian infrastructure across Ukraine constitute war crimes, but also testify to Moscow’s lack of commitment to peace.
02 February 2024
Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak met with former Secretary of State of the United States and ex-CIA Director Mike Pompeo, who arrived in Kyiv.
The International Coalition for the Return of Ukrainian Children, co-headed by Ukraine and Canada, has launched its work and presented the Framework Document of its activities at a meeting in Kyiv.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky met with OSCE Chair-in-Office, Minister for Foreign and European Affairs and Trade of Malta Ian Borg, currently visiting Ukraine.
Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov met with Conservative MP Jack Lopresti to discuss strengthening cooperation in the security and defense sectors.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky met with Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly and thanked her for Canada's leadership role in the work of the International Coalition for the Return of Forcibly Displaced Ukrainian Children, which will meet in Kyiv.
Over the past two years, the level of support for Ukraine in Japan has not fallen below 75%, while according to recent polls, 93% of Japanese people have a negative attitude toward Russia.
Canadian Minister for Foreign Affairs Melanie Joly arrived in Kyiv and announced the launch of a coalition to return deported Ukrainian children home.
EUR 50B package demonstrates EU’s long-term commitment to Ukraine as future member state
Head of the Presidential Office Andriy Yermak had a telephone conversation with US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, during which they discussed the situation at the front and the actions of the Ukrainian Defense Forces to repel the Russian invasion.
On Thursday, massive street protests against Prime Minister Robert Fico's plan to amend the country's criminal code intensified across Slovakia.
The European Union's decision to allocate EUR 50 billion to Ukraine sends a clear signal to Moscow that Europe will stand. Now, Ukraine is waiting for decisions from the United States.
The U.S. administration welcomes the European Commission's decision to create a EUR 50 billion Ukraine Facility for Ukraine, while emphasizing that this is not a substitute for the U.S. commitment to leadership in security assistance to the Ukrainian Army.
The EU's decision on €50 billion for Ukraine means that Ukrainians have financial guarantees for social stability.
01 February 2024
The UN Security Council will meet on second anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.