Whether he survives as Ukraine's minister of ecology and natural resources or not, Igor Shevchenko wants the world to know his opinion about who is blocking major reforms in Ukraine today: Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
BRUSSELS - Russia and Ukraine "are still far apart" on a deal to ensure stable natural-gas deliveries to Ukraine and the European Union over the winter, the EU's energy czar said June 30.
Naftogaz Ukraine is going to suspend gas purchases from Russia's OAO Gazprom as the terms of Russian gas shipments to Ukraine haven't been agreed during the recent trilateral gas talks in Vienna, Austria, according to Naftogaz's public relations office.
Ukraine's Naftogaz said on June 30 it will stop buying gas from Russia's Gazprom from July 1 after energy ministers from Kyiv and Moscow failed to reach a final agreement at gas supply talks in Vienna.
KURAKHOVE, Ukraine – Only 10 miles west of the war front, the Ukrainian army controls the small city of Kurakhove and patrols the streets to look for suspicious people
As Russia's retaliatory ban on select Western food imports nears its one-year mark, the Kremlin is trumpeting the embargo as a major opportunity for growth in Russian agriculture.
The parliamentary faction of President Petro Poroshenko's bloc accuses Health Minister Alexander Kvitashvili of failing to conduct reforms and wants him to resign. The president's bloc, with 144 members, is the largest faction among the 422 lawmakers in office.
Drone footage finds smoking-gun evidence of Russian army involvement in the conflict. More war is inevitable.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is meeting with German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier at a working dinner in Vienna.
PARIS – Dutch prosecutors said on June 30 they have identified many "persons of interest" in their probe into the shooting down of flight MH17 over Ukraine, but no definite suspects, Le Figaro edition website reported.
BRUSSELS – The European Union, Ukraine and Russia are continuing trilateral consultations on the application of the trade part of the association agreement between Kyiv and the EU.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry have scheduled a meeting of their deputies on the subject of Ukraine in the next ten days.
Russia's plan to build a new $15 billion pipeline to Turkey is at risk of delay because of a fight over gas prices, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
The Russian chief prosecutor's office is to examine whether the Soviet Union acted legally when it recognised the Baltic states' independence in 1991.
The surplus of Ukraine's consolidated balance of payments in May 2015 was $320 million, which is 3.2 times less than in May 2014, according to preliminary data posted on the website of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU).
Russia wants to question former oil executive Mikhail Khodorkovsky as a suspect in a murder case that has been reopened because of new evidence, federal investigators said on June 30.
VIENNA – Trilateral gas talks between Russia, Ukraine and the European Commission in Vienna on Tuesday ended without results, a source in the Ukrainian delegation told reporters.
International investigators are looking into "persons of interest" related to the Boeing 777 that was likely shot down over Ukraine almost a year ago. Although no suspects have been named, prosecutors claim optimism.
The appointment of a top prosecutor linked to Viktor Medvedvchuk, Ukraine's pro-Russian politician par excellence, has prompted a flurry of indignation in civil society.
Talks between Ukaine and a group of bondholders - led by Franklin Templeton, remain deadlocked, fueling fears of a technical default.