An official event commemorating the 84th anniversary of the Holodomor famine in Ukraine has been held in the Canadian parliament in Ottawa.
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The possible deployment of a UN peacekeeping force to eastern Ukraine will be discussed when the UN secretary general decides to send the so-called "assessment mission" to the region.
On Tuesday, November 21, Ukrainians mark a milestone holiday in the history of Ukraine – the Day of Dignity and Freedom.
A statement by the State Security Committee of Belarus that detained Ukrainian journalist Pavlo Sharoiko is allegedly an employee of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry is untrue, the directorate's press service has reported.
Journalists from five countries of the world will visit Rivne region on Tuesday to get acquainted with the tourist potential of the region.
The Belarusian authorities have declared an adviser of the Ukrainian Embassy in Minsk, Ihor Skvortsov, persona non grata in the case of detained Ukrainian journalist Pavlo Sharoiko.
Sixty-two percent of Ukrainian citizens are ready to vote for Ukraine's accession to NATO.
Ukrainian consuls could not hand over the necessary medicines to Ukrainian citizen Pavlo Hryb kidnapped in Belarus, while visiting him in Krasnodar's detention facility.
The State Security Committee of Belarus (KGB) has claimed that Ukrainian journalist Pavlo Sharoiko, who was detained in Belarus, created an intelligence network, with Belarusians allegedly collecting intelligence data for him for money.
New Faces of the Supreme Court of Ukraine
The documentary film “The Trial: The State of Russia vs Oleg Sentsov” by Russian film director Askold Kurov has received the Audience Award at Verzio International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Budapest.
Deputy Minister for Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons Yuriy Hrymchak believes that the Kremlin will withdraw its troops from eastern Ukraine in the spring of 2018.
The United States honors the millions of Ukrainians who were starved to death during the Holodomor in the early 1930s and condemns the efforts to deny this tragedy as a historical fact.
The works by world-famous Ukrainian artists Mykola Babak and Evgene Matveev (art duo "BM Babak-Matveev") for the first time became a part of the group exhibition at the Alexandre Gertsman Contemporary Art Gallery, which opened in the center of New York on Friday.