The leaders of nine countries, as well as the European Union and NATO, have discussed their efforts in support of Ukraine as it continues to resist Russian aggression.
04 October 2023
03 October 2023
The United States currently has the funding to ensure continuous military support for Ukraine "for a bit longer," but congressional approval of a new large-scale package is needed now.
U.S. President Joe Biden on Tuesday spoke by phone with foreign leaders to coordinate joint efforts in support of Ukraine.
The last few days have seen several significant visits by high-profile European guests to Kyiv. What does this mean?
02 October 2023
Italy will assume patronage over the reconstruction of Odesa city and Odesa region.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani have discussed the situation at the front, the European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Peace Formula and military aid, including air defenses.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky believes that today’s offsite meeting of the EU Foreign Ministers in Kyiv is not only a significant manifestation of solidarity with Ukraine, but also a new step towards strengthening Europe, adding to its leadership and initiative.
Our goal is to reach the pre-war level of the economy in four years and add
The European Union is approaching a ‘critical juncture’ after political shifts in the United States and Slovakia threatened support for Ukraine from the EU and NATO amid the Russian invasion.
Since the outset of the full-scale invasion, one of the key Russian narratives has been as follows: “The more the West supplies weapons to the Kyiv regime, the longer the war lasts.”
Romania understands the consequences of Russian aggression against Ukraine for its own security and for the EU as a whole, and will help Ukraine in the military dimension, the transit of Ukrainian grain, and progress towards EU membership negotiations.
Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba says Russia is making a mistake thinking it can wait out international military assistance to Ukraine.
01 October 2023
Great Britain will expand the training program for the Ukrainian military and may also join the defense of commercial vessels from Russian attacks in the Black Sea.
Representatives of the Ukrainian military industry have shown foreign partners a decent level of production at the Defense Industries Forum, which resulted in the conclusion of more than 20 joint contracts of various levels.
30 September 2023
NATO member countries should learn from Ukraine how to introduce innovations in the defense industry at lightning speed.
Slovak Defense Minister Martin Sklenar has said that industrial cooperation with Ukraine will continue, because the ties between the two countries are much stronger than politics.
The First Defense Industries Forum (DFNC1) has opened a new era in the development of Ukraine’s defense industry, and the numbers achieved have exceeded all expectations.
Ukraine needs more weapons, because the stronger it is on the battlefield, the stronger its position will be at any negotiating table.
Representatives of 252 defense companies from more than 30 countries have participated in the First International Defense Industries Forum in Kyiv.
NATO may decide to join the war in defense of Ukraine even before the country joins the military alliance.
29 September 2023
During the first Defense Industries Forum, Ukraine’s defense industry actors demonstrated to foreign partners a decent level of production, which resulted in the conclusion of more than 20 joint agreements at various levels.
Assisting Ukraine in line with Germany’s strategic interests - participants in Kyiv Dialogue conference
If Germans who are currently helping Ukrainians to repel Russian aggression for altruistic reasons, then later they will see that a free and peaceful Ukraine within the EU also corresponds to their pragmatic interests.
The potential delivery of Iranian hypersonic missiles to Russia will not change the level of threats to Ukraine.
Seven EU countries have ordered ammunition under a landmark European Union procurement scheme to get urgently needed artillery shells to Ukraine and replenish depleted stocks.
Romania is moving air defenses closer to its Danube villages across the river from Ukraine where Russian drones have been attacking grain facilities, and is adding more military observation posts and patrols to the area.
The Ministry of Economy plans to return the economy to the pre-war level and exceed this figure within four years.
The Romanian Army Chief of Staff, General Daniel Petrescu, says Russia’s war against Ukraine has fundamentally destabilized the Black Sea region.
Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale aggression, the EU has provided financial, humanitarian and military aid worth EUR 81 billion to Ukraine.
International partners lack the political will to provide Ukraine with everything it needs to return all its territories, including Crimea.
Comprehensive support for Ukraine on the part of the United States of Ukraine corresponds to the U.S. national interests and should continue.