Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said he is convinced that the incident with the poisoning of former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal is an attack by Russia on the sovereignty of the United Kingdom.
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A news agency known today as Ukrinform was founded a hundred years ago, together with the Ukrainian People's Republic. Much happened during those hundred years. We plan to publish a series of news articles of all these years in order to show what was hidden between the lines and what contained short and, at first glance, impartial messages.
Almost 2 million ID cards were issued to Ukrainian citizens in 2017.
Ukraine took the 138th place among 156 countries in the latest World Happiness Report 2018.
The Congress of Ukrainians of Latvia on March 15 sent to Ukraine the 35th cargo of humanitarian aid intended to facilitate the lives of disabled people.
The EU’s support for Ukraine in the fight against Russia will allow the EU members to maintain their integrity.
The Ukrainian Telegraph Agency, the historical predecessor of the current Ukrinform, was founded in Katerynoslav (currently known as Dnipro) in 1918, during the Ukrainian War of Independence of 1917-1921. A special circular telegram of the Central Executive Committee of the Councils of Ukraine said: "The Ukrainian Telegraph Agency (UTA) began to function. Its main office is temporarily located in the city of Katerynoslav, in the house of the former provincial administration, room No. 2-a."
The Ukrainian side is ready to exchange more than 20 Russians detained in Donbas for Ukrainian political prisoners who are held Russia, First Deputy Chairwoman of the Verkhovna Rada Iryna Gerashchenko has said.
Eight trucks with humanitarian aid from the International Committee of the Red Cross crossed the Novotroitske checkpoint and travelled to the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine.
A two-volume book on the formation of the national idea authored by academician, head of the Presidential Administration of Azerbaijan Ramiz Mehdiyev has been published in Moscow, Russia.
The Sokal District Council (Ukraine) has signed a partnership agreement with representatives of the city of Drohiczyn (Poland) and the city of Drahichyn (Belarus) regarding an international project to create a tourist trail along the Western Bug River.
Ukraine has switched to summer daylight saving time on the last Sunday of March for more than 20 years, according to the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers.
March 14 is the Ukrainian Volunteer Fighter Day, which was established by the Verkhovna Rada in early 2017 to honor the courage and heroism of the defenders of Ukraine's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Ukrainian Association of New Zealand condemns statements by country's foreign minister on resumption of trade with Russia
The Ukrainian Association of New Zealand has written an open letter to Foreign Minister of New Zealand, Hon. Winston Peters.