A Russian state-controlled missile-maker says its own investigation of last year's crash of the MH17 airliner over rebel eastern Ukraine contradicts conclusions from a Dutch probe.
One way to define Barack Obama’s foreign policy is as a Doctrine of Restraint. It is clear, not least to the Kremlin, that this president is skeptical of the efficacy of military force, wary of foreign interventions that may become long-term commitments, convinced the era of American-imposed solutions is over, and inclined to see the United States as less an indispensable power than an indispensable partner. He has, in effect, been talking down American power.
President Obama, during an oddly confrontational 60 minutes interview on Syria, managed to slip in a pretty good jab at Russian President Vladimir Putin.
He was responding to a question from interviewer Steve Kroft. Much of the DC punditry has hailed Putin's military intervention in Syria as brilliant and bold, complaining that Putin's predilection for action — even when that action is self-defeating — makes him a better leader than Obama.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon have discussed the possibility of creating new mechanisms to facilitate the United Nations' involvement in efforts to settle the situation in Donbas.
As of Oct. 12, Ukrainian agrarians harvested 47.213 million tonnes of grains and pulses throughout the areas of 12.385 million hectares, or 85 percent of the plan.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has extended the final terms of selling shares in energy companies, Odesa Port-Side Plant, Sumykhimprom and Ivano-Frankivsk Locomotive Repair Plant at a tender by six months.
A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was downed by a Buk missile launcher on July 2014 which originated from Russia, Bellingcat open source investigations website has reported.
The Ukrainian military continue to equip their positions in Donbas taking advantage of the ongoing lull, the press service of the Ukrainian army operation in the country's eastern regions said on its Facebook account on Oct. 13.
The opposition has decided to conduct a major protest in Moscow on Nov. 15, Alexander Ryklin, a senior member of the Solidarity movement, says.
Dutch-led air crash investigators Tuesday release their final report into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over war-torn Ukraine, in a move likely to worsen already-strained ties between Russia and the West.
Ukraine’s infrastructure ministry said on Oct. 12 that Kyiv has decided to ban all Russian airlines from flying to Ukraine starting from Oct. 25.
Spain, which punched its ticket for the 2016 European Cup finals last
week, beat Ukraine 1-0 on Monday to assure itself of first place in
Ukrainian billionaire Oleksander Onyshchenko, former president of the Ukrainian Equestrian Federation, has paid 2.5 million euros to Belgian courts, reveals La Dernière Heure on Oct. 12.
A Dutch-led international team is due to issue its long-awaited findings into what brought down flight MH17. The Malaysia Airlines passenger jet crashed over eastern Ukraine in July 2014.
Three U.S. Democratic senators – Elizabeth Warren, Jeanne Shaheen and Richard Durbin – visited Kyiv and underscored the importance of Ukraine's fight against corruption.
Kyiv Zhuliany International Airport in September 2015 served 105,531 passengers, which is 8.6 percent more than in September 2014.
Presidents of Russia and Kazakhstan Vladimir Putin and Nursultan Nazarbayev will have an opportunity to share opinions on the situation in Ukraine during a state visit of the Russian head of state, Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov told reporters before Putin's visit in Kazakhstan slated for Oct. 15.