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    Party of Regions spent $66 million on bribes and paid articles in media
    Jun24

    Party of Regions spent $66 million on bribes and paid articles in media

    KYIV – Documentation of the expenses of the Party of Regions on its political activities have been made public, National Deputy Sergii Leshchenko and editor-in-chief of Ukrayinska Pravda Sevgil Musayeva-Borovyk revealed at a press briefing at Ukraine Crisis Media Center on May 31. “These are expenses on Ukrainian politics from corrupt sources....

    Trudeau reaffirms close partnership between Canada and Ukraine
    Jun24

    Trudeau reaffirms close partnership between Canada and Ukraine

    PM announces his first official visit to Ukraine OTTAWA – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will make his first official visit to Ukraine next month, and will likely bring the same message he delivered to the Canada-Ukraine Business Forum in Toronto on June 20 that Canada remains “a staunch ally” of Ukraine. Mr. Trudeau told the […] …read more...

    Groysman urges West to keep sanctions  until Russia withdraws from Ukraine
    Jun24

    Groysman urges West to keep sanctions until Russia withdraws from Ukraine

    WASHINGTON – Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman urged Western governments to maintain tough sanctions on Russia until it withdraws its forces from eastern Ukraine and cedes control of Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula that Moscow seized from Kyiv in 2014. Speaking at the National Press Club in Washington on June 16, Mr. Groysman also...

    June 28, 1996
    Jun24

    June 28, 1996

    Twenty years ago, on June 28, 1996, at 9:18 a.m., after a 16-hour marathon session of the Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine’s Parliament adopted a new Constitution with a vote of 315-36 with 12 abstentions. “We have a Constitution,” proclaimed Parliament Chairman Oleksander Moroz. The lawmakers were in a euphoric mood as they took group photos...

    Moscow guts Gulag museum  while Kyiv gets ready to open one
    Jun24

    Moscow guts Gulag museum while Kyiv gets ready to open one

    Those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it, the philosopher said, while those who remember it can perhaps draw lessons from it and avoid tragedies in the future. Thus, it is indicative of the future of Russia and Ukraine that the former has gutted a museum devoted to the Gulag while the latter […] …read more Source: The Ukrainian...

    Second loss mathematically eliminates Ukraine from Euro 2016
    Jun24

    Second loss mathematically eliminates Ukraine from Euro 2016

    Any optimism Ukraine’s national soccer team may have had following its 2-0 defeat by Germany in its Euro Cup opener quickly evaporated after a second 2-0 loss at the feet of Northern Ireland on June 15 in Lyon, France. New assistant coach Andriy Shevchenko’s “mission possible” to qualify from Group C and achieve better results […]...

    Ukraine drops Euro Cup to Poland with 0-1 loss
    Jun24

    Ukraine drops Euro Cup to Poland with 0-1 loss

    Poland got off to an aggressive start, missing two chances to take the lead inside the opening five minutes of the final Group C match played on June 21 at Stade Veladrome in Marseille, France. Arkadiusz Milik broke down the left side into the penalty area, but his blast was caught by goalkeeper Andriy Pyatov. […] …read more Source: The...

    After Britain’s Brexit Vote, Other Countries Might Follow
    Jun24

    After Britain’s Brexit Vote, Other Countries Might Follow

    BRUSSELS — The EU must reinvent itself to survive after Britain’s vote to leave. It may be too late. The damning verdict of British voters was the worst setback to the EU since the germ of a more integrated Europe first took shape in the ruins left by World War II. And it threatens to be wildly contagious — even before the ballots were all...

    ‘Explosive Shock’ As Britain Votes To Leave EU, Cameron Quits
    Jun24

    ‘Explosive Shock’ As Britain Votes To Leave EU, Cameron Quits

    Britain voted to leave the European Union, forcing the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron and dealing the biggest blow to the European project of greater unity since World War Two.Global financial markets plunged on Friday as results from a referendum showed a 52-48 percent victory for the campaign to leave a bloc Britain joined more...

    Russia’s Putin says doesn’t expect Brexit to influence EU sanctions on Russia
    Jun24

    Russia’s Putin says doesn’t expect Brexit to influence EU sanctions on Russia

    TASHKENT (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he did not expect Britain’s vote to leave the European Union would influence the economic sanctions imposed on Russia by the EU. …read more Source:...