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Section: The Ukrainian Weekly (USA)

    Serhiy Kvit, senior advisor to Ukraine’s president, visits Washington
    Jul08

    Serhiy Kvit, senior advisor to Ukraine’s president, visits Washington

    WASHINGTON – Dr. Serhiy Kvit, senior adviser to the president of Ukraine on education, visited Washington, where he held a briefing on the current state of education in Ukraine and discussed achievements during his tenure as minister of education and science, and prospects for further progress on short- and long-term reforms. Dr. Kvit is a […]...

    Ukrainians in the U.S.: The importance of voting
    Jul08

    Ukrainians in the U.S.: The importance of voting

    The following quote can be found in an article recently published online in the Observer (“Trump’s Anti-NATO Stance and Praise for Putin May Haunt Him,” June 7): Adrian Karatnycky, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council where he is co-director of the Ukraine in Europe program, noted that…“There are approximately 9 million Americans who...

    “Petrykivka” featured in Philadelphia Arts Festival
    Jul08

    “Petrykivka” featured in Philadelphia Arts Festival

    PHILADELPHIA – The colorful Ukrainian painting style known as “Petrykivka” was on prominent display during the Fairmount Avenue Arts Crawl, an annual festival that transforms Philadelphia’s Art Museum area into an eclectic showcase of the arts. “Petrykivka: The Soul of Ukraine” exhibited the work of six Ukrainian artists specializing in...

    Ambassador-designate for Ukraine testifies before Senate committee
    Jun24

    Ambassador-designate for Ukraine testifies before Senate committee

    WASHINGTON – Speaking before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on June 21, Marie L. Yovanovitch, nominee for U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, stated that “more progress has been made in Ukraine in the past two years” than in the past 25 years of Ukraine’s renewed independence. She was one of three nominees for ambassadorial posts throughout...

    Rada approves language quotas for radio
    Jun24

    Rada approves language quotas for radio

    KYIV – Ukraine’s Parliament voted on June 16 to set quotas for Ukrainian language content on commercial radio, approving legislation that served as a compromise between two bills – one favored by radio lobbyists and the other by language activists – that were rejected two weeks earlier. The measure earned 268 votes and was strongly […]...

    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...

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