Bulgaria will develop military-technical and energy cooperation with Ukraine, as well as make efforts to open transit corridors for the export of Ukrainian agricultural produce.
26 February 2024
Bulgaria will consult with Ukraine on guarantees of assistance and sign a relevant document as part of the G7 ‘Joint Declaration of Support for Ukraine’.
The Center for Defense Reforms, within the Anaconda project implemented jointly with the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), has prepared a report entitled 'The Russian Munitions Coalition: Who and How Helps Russia to Produce Explosives' report.
The government of Ukraine is not negotiating with partners the deployment of foreign troops on Ukraine’s soil.
Czech President Petr Pavel has granted permission for 20 citizens of his country to join the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
25 February 2024
The security agreement between Ukraine and the United States will have specifics on the allocation of funds, as Kyiv insisted on amid challenges for the United States.
The Ukrainian security and defense forces already have an action plan for 2024 and it is set to yield positive results.
Russia's war against Ukraine today is the biggest one since World War 2. Today, Ukraine is the only country that has gained unique knowledge about the specifics of waging war with the Russian army, and its experience will become the foundation for creating a new global security architecture.
Six Ukrainian pilots completed training on Tutor aircraft with Royal Air Force instructors and are currently training on F-16 jets in the UK.
Only Ukraine's invitation to NATO will give the world real chances to return to true security – Yermak
Andriy Yermak, the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, has said that only an invitation to Ukraine to join NATO will give Europe and the world a real chance to restore the security currently threatened by Russia's aggressive policy.
24 February 2024
Ukraine reported 69 combat engagements with Russian invasion forces on Saturday.
Russia has failed in its attempts to undermine Ukrainian statehood and break the resolve of the Ukrainian people.
Ukraine signed bilateral agreements on security assurances with Italy and Canada.
Two years into the invasion of Ukraine, the Russian army lost the same number of personnel and military equipment as it deployed at the outset of the incursion.
Europe should provide Ukraine with all capabilities possible, including long-range missiles, as well as whatever the EU is able to procure outside the continent.
On the second anniversary of the Russian invasion, President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed Ukrainians from the Hostomel Airport, where European leaders also came in show of support.
Ukraine, its people, and soldiers demonstrate courage and resilience in defending their Homeland and continue to achieve success on the battlefield with the support and assistance from the Allies.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany said that every day, Russia wipes its feet on the principle of the unacceptability of altering borders by force, which not only threatens Ukraine but destroys Europe’s peaceful order.
Two years ago, at around 3:40 Kyiv time, the first convoy of Russian tanks crossed into Ukraine in Luhansk region as Russia launched its first missiles at the country’s rear.
Commander-in-Chief of Ukraine’s Armed Forces Oleksandr Syrskyi, together with Minister of Defense Rustem Umerov spoke with the Supreme Allied Commander Europe, commander of U.S. European Command General Christopher Cavoli.
23 February 2024
Democracies should not withdraw from the historical process of protecting all the values that have shaped the modern world.
Since the beginning of the full-scale war of the Russian Federation, Latvia has provided assistance to Ukraine in the amount of at least EUR 650 million.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen have signed an agreement on security cooperation at a meeting in Lviv.
Russia's war against Ukraine will be quickly ended when the world finally realizes the true level of the global threat to the Putin regime.
22 February 2024
Germany's Bundestag has supported a resolution filed by the government coalition, which includes an obligation to supply Ukraine with "additionally necessary long-range weapon systems and ammunition."
The signing of security agreements between Ukraine and partner countries is a preparatory stage for the country's membership in NATO.
It will be up to each ally to decide whether to deliver F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine, but the country has the right to self-defense, including striking legitimate Russian military targets outside Ukraine.
21 February 2024
On the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the French Ministry for Foreign Affairs has released a video in support of Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will hold a press conference on Sunday, February 25.
Canada will join the initiative of the Czech Republic and allocate 30 million Canadian dollars (about 23 million US dollars) for the purchase of ammunition for Ukraine outside NATO.