Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced a breakthrough in negotiations with Russia over Kyiv’s duty-free trade deal with the European Union – a much needed ray of hope in […]
Six former Soviet bloc countries will attend Thursday the European Union’s Eastern Partnership Summit in Riga, Latvia. The meeting comes amid high t ...
Political analysts agree the four-hour meeting this week between US secretary of state John Kerry and Russian president Vladimir Putin was a step up i ...
Russian opposition activists have released a report started by the late Boris Nemtsov detailing Russia’s military aggression in Ukraine. It prov ...
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev, joining other leaders at a high-level conference in the Polish city of Gdansk marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War 2, has called […]
Ukraine has not crossed its Rubicon. The most important and urgent decisions for its future, both internal and external, are still ahead, and the next few months will be decisive. […]
With Ukraine’s economy on the brink of disaster, the International Monetary Fund agreed a $17.5 billion package for Ukraine in February. Some think this programme will save Ukraine’s troubled economy: […]
Acting on a Moscow district court ruling, Russian authorities seized $39 million worth of property belonging to Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko’s Roshen confectionery in the Russian city of Lipetsk, according […]
Full-scale war can flare up instantly, Ukraine president Petro Poroshenko warned at the International Support for Ukraine conference in Kyiv on April 28. “The threat of war is still hanging […]
Combined Russian-separatist forces are at their “highest level” of combat readiness while Ukraine faces mounting pressure to cede more power to regional governments in the east as a summit with […]