The United States shares the calls of OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Harlem Desir on Russia to release Ukrainian journalist Stanislav Aseev, who has been illegally detained in the temporarily occupied territories of the Donbas for more than two years.
Society and Culture
Ten providers in occupied Crimea have completely blocked 14 Ukrainian information websites and two social networks.
Ukrainian migration to Poland has increased fivefold since 2014
Geneva International Airport has started using the correct name for the Ukrainian capital in Latin – "Kyiv" instead of "Kiev."
President Volodymyr Zelensky has congratulated Ukrainian police officers on their professional holiday, according to a report posted on the Facebook page of the head of state.
A clip by Ukrainian indie band One in a Canoe has been included in the competition program of five international film festivals, according to the Facebook page of Ukraine's Public Diplomacy by the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry.
The National Police Day is marked in Ukraine today, July 4.
Ukraine’s Visa Centre in Wellington (New Zealand) has started operating from July 1, 2019, the Embassy of Ukraine in Australia reports.
This autumn the Health Ministry of Ukraine intends to represent the program of a government-guaranteed package of healthcare services, which will replace the so-called current free services.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the Government of Canada have signed a treaty to facilitate feature film, television and digital coproduction.
Two warm temperature records were set in the city of Kyiv in early July, according to the Central Geophysical Observatory named after Borys Sreznevskyi.
Ukrainian Ambassador to Hungary Liubov Nepop and representatives of the Hungarian Government opened the Honorary Consulate General of Ukraine in the city of Szeged, the Embassy of Ukraine in Hungary has reported.
Cairo International Airport, the second largest and busiest airport in Africa, has started using the correct name for the Ukrainian capital in Latin – "Kyiv" instead of "Kiev."
June 2019 in Kyiv became the warmest in 139 years of modern record-keeping, according to the Central Geophysical Observatory named after Borys Sreznevskyi.