A few days are left before the Christmas and New Year holidays begin in Ukraine. We offer an excursion to the cities of the country that have already lit their Christmas trees.
Society and Culture
The first meeting of the Ukrainian Council of Veterans will be held today, December 21, in Zhytomyr.
Most Ukrainians are ready to take part in presidential and parliamentary elections in the country next year, according to a survey conducted by the Institute for Analysis and Forecasting and the Sotsioprohnoz Analytical Group, with the support of the Kyiv Press Club.
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) continues to inform the public about the crimes of a non-tenured unit of Russia’s General Staff of Armed Forces named PMC "Wagner."
A Christmas tree in Kyiv has been recognized as the most beautiful in Europe.
The PricewaterhouseCoopers experts will audit the activities of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine.
The most popular travel destinations of Ukrainians this year were six European countries, as well as Egypt and Turkey, according to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine.
Ukrainians in London have found their way to remind of Russian aggression and raise the funds to help victims of the war.
Orthodox Belarussians do not have the right to participate in the sacraments of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine, a spokesperson for the Belarusian Orthodox Church (BOC), Sergei Lepin, has said in an interview with Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.
The Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center (BYHMC) in Kyiv has launched the international design competition.
The OSCE and Ukraine are proposing to establish a lasting truce in Donbas until the New Year and Christmas holidays. A possible date for the truce is to be determined on December 27.
The educational process has been suspended in 48 schools in Donetsk region due to increasing rate of flu and acute respiratory diseases among pupils.
Ukraine's High Council of Justice (HCJ) has over the past two years submitted motions to President Petro Poroshenko for the appointment of more than 1,200 judges.
The "More Than Us" art project of national unity has been presented at the Osokorky metro station in Kyiv.