: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Top stories

    Russia is fully responsible for human rights violation in annexed and temporary occupied territories of Ukraine – Resolution №462-VIII to Council of Europe
    Jun11

    Russia is fully responsible for human rights violation in annexed and temporary occupied territories of Ukraine – Resolution №462-VIII to Council of Europe

    The official website of the Council of Europe has published the Declaration “On Derogation from Certain Obligations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms” which states that the Russian Federation is fully responsible for the violation of human...

    Ukrainian PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk set out for USA with working visit
    Jun10

    Ukrainian PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk set out for USA with working visit

    The Ukrainian governmental portal reports that Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk set out for USA with working visit on June 8-10, 2015. On Tuesday, June 9, 2015, in the framework of the working visit of Ukrainian delegation to Washington, Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk met with the United States Deputy Secretary of State...

    ‘Waiting To Die’ — Under Fire In The Trenches Of Ukraine (RFE/RL VIDEO)
    Jun10

    ‘Waiting To Die’ — Under Fire In The Trenches Of Ukraine (RFE/RL VIDEO)

    Ukrainian fighters from the OUN volunteer battalion were coming under fire from Russian-backed separatists night and day on June 6-7. The volunteers said the separatists were using mortars, but they were able to respond only with small arms fire. The fighting, near Pisky in eastern Ukraine, was the latest incident captured on film by RFE/RL of...

    Dmitry Tymchuk: Military update 6.09
    Jun10

    Dmitry Tymchuk: Military update 6.09

    During the last 24 hours, Russian-terrorist forces have carried out attacks on the positions of Ukrainian troops and civilian objects with small arms, 82-mm and 120-mm mortars, 122-mm artillery, and weapons on the armored vehicles. In the seaside direction, insurgents used 120-mm mortars near Shyrokyne on previously reconnoitered targets (a high...

    Ukrainian President signed the law that blocks Russian contingent to Transnistria (Moldova)
    Jun09

    Ukrainian President signed the law that blocks Russian contingent to Transnistria (Moldova)

    Press office of President reports that President Petro Poroshenko has signed Laws “On Denunciation of the Agreement between the Government of Ukraine and the Government of the Russian Federation on Transit of Russian Military Formations Temporarily Located on the Territory of the Republic of Moldova through Ukraine” and “On...

    Russian terrorists shelled Ukrainian positions and residential areas
    Jun09

    Russian terrorists shelled Ukrainian positions and residential areas

    ATO Press Center reports that there were about 40 shootings of Ukrainian army positions and residential areas registered. The pro-Russian fighters shelled in Donetsk Region Pisky, Butivka mine, Opytne, and Avdiivka from 120-mm mortars and 122-mm artillery. Opytne and Vodiane were also shelled by the enemy tanks. “A number of residential...

    National Security and Defense Council: Motorboat of Ukrainian Coast Guard exploded near Mariupol, no lethal casualties
    Jun09

    National Security and Defense Council: Motorboat of Ukrainian Coast Guard exploded near Mariupol, no lethal casualties

    Kyiv, June 8, 2015 – Motorboat of Ukrainian border guards exploded in the Sea of Azov. The blast occurred near Chervone village (Donetsk region) west of Mariupol. The explosion was caused by a militant explosive device that has been delivered by the sea from the occupied territories. There were no lethal casualties among the border guards however...

    The duration of sanctions should be clearly linked to Russia’s complete implementation of the Minsk agreements and respect for Ukraine’s sovereignty – G-7 Leaders’ Declaration
    Jun08

    The duration of sanctions should be clearly linked to Russia’s complete implementation of the Minsk agreements and respect for Ukraine’s sovereignty – G-7 Leaders’ Declaration

    The meeting of the G7, on June 7–8 2015, in Germany, took a place in the Schloss Elmau hotel high in the southern German Alps. PHOTO:German Missions in the US In the G7 took part the leaders of the seven G7 member states, and representatives of the European Union: President of the European Council Donald Tusk, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe,...

    It’s not just the war: Ukraine beyond the headlines (NATO Review).VIDEO
    Jun08

    It’s not just the war: Ukraine beyond the headlines (NATO Review).VIDEO

    NATO Review looks at the 5 key challenges Ukraine is facing. Those challenges may determine its very survival. NATO Review outlines that the war in Ukraine covers just 7% of the territory of the country, while other areas of real concern, such as hybrid attacks and a corruption-afflicted economy, affect the whole country. “Ukraine has many...

    Japan’s support to Ukraine
    Jun08

    Japan’s support to Ukraine

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Ukraine on the eve of G7 Summit for the first time in the history of Ukrainian-Japanese relations. First of all, Japan will support Ukraine on its way of reforms, especially in economic, financial, energy and government administration spheres. “If Ukraine continues the way towards reforms, we will...

    Pin It on Pinterest