Japanese Prime Minister Shinz? Abe has stated that the country will provide Ukraine with USD 1,5 B in order to ensure its financial stability, as reported by 112 Ukraine TV.
OSCE Chairperson-in-Office and Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic condemned on Thursday the latest surge in violence in Ukraine and called for restraint and abstention from the use of force.
Commander of the battalion of the Luhansk national rebel movement Aleksey Mozgovoy has allegedly been murdered after an attack was performed on his car.
US Republican Senator John McCain has turned down an invitation to be one of the advisors to Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said his country will be able to meet EU accession criteria in up to 5 years.
The European Union won’t send armed peacekeepers to conflict-torn eastern Ukraine despite reports of ceasefire violations there, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Monday.
The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine reported intensified fighting around Donetsk airport and Shyrokyne as well as military movements on both sides of the contact line.
The editor in chief of the Ukrainian publication Neteshinskiy vestnik has been murdered, as reported by the Bulgarian National Television.
Two famous Ukrainian journalists have been shot dead in Kiev, as announced by local media.
Fighting in eastern Ukraine has escalated over the past 24 hours, leaving six government troops dead and 12 wounded, a Ukrainian military spokesman said on Tuesday.
Moscow and Kiev representatives have agreed to demand the continued withdrawal of weapons in Eastern Ukraine in a new multilateral meeting aimed at winding down tensions.
Ahead of a key meeting in Berlin, Germany has called upon Russia and Ukraine to move forward with the terms of the Minsk ceasefire accord.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has stated that the decentralization of the country will not be affecting several key areas - defense, national security, foreign policy, as well as the sovereignty and territorial wholeness of Ukraine.
Both sides in the conflict in eastern Ukraine have shown readiness to observe the truce, an OSCE official said on Thursday.
The latest deal extension to the ''winter package'' was agreed on Wednesday and also clarified further details on the contract signed in 2009 for a ten-year term.
President Petro Poroshenko has signed into law a bill to increase the number of Ukraine’s armed forces personnel to 250,000, including 204,000 military servicemen, Interfax-Ukraine reported on Wednesday.
Two senior Ukrainian officials were arrested during a meeting of the cabinet on Wednesday on charges of high-level corruption.
Ukraine’s energy minister has said the country intends to stop buying Russian natural gas for the time being as of April 1 when Kiev’s current supply deal with Moscow expires.
Russia is still pouring heavy arms into Eastern Ukraine despite the ceasefire agreement that is in place, a top NATO official has warned.
The next round of gas supply talks between Russia, Ukraine and the EU will be held in April, Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Friday.
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