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RUSSIA'S LOSSES
Troops +1250
troops
524060
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tanks
7936
Artillery +48
artillery
13818
Arm.VEH +26
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15234
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Putin Says Freezing of Russian Assets in West Is ‘Theft’ G7
Putin also warned the standoff between Moscow and the West was coming “unacceptably close to the point of no return” and boasted that Moscow “possesses the largest arsenal of nuclear weapons.”
By AFP
36m ago
By Michael Bociurkiw
1h ago
EU
By Eurotopics
3h ago
Japan
By AFP
6h ago
US
By Kyiv Post
6h ago
Counteroffensive
By ISW
6h ago
Donetsk
A video circulating online was taken by a Ukrainian drone operator as she crossed the destroyed bridge in a bid to escape the occupation before showing him her Ukrainian passport.
By Kateryna Zakharchenko
6h ago
The latest ban came ahead of the G7 meeting this week, where Washington said the goal is to “disrupt the Russian military-industrial base’s reliance on foreign IT systems.”
By Leo Chiu
6h ago
US Spy Plane Gets Front Row Seat to Latest Wave of Ukrainian Missile Strikes in Crimea US
By Stefan Korshak
1d ago
Residential Building in Luhansk Damaged by Falling Russian S-300 Missile Luhansk
By Steve Brown
Jun. 8
Kharkiv
The Kremlin maintains the line that everything is still going well and forcing Ukrainian forces to retreat, while most other sources tell of a Russian offensive out of steam amid crushing losses.
By Stefan Korshak
Jun. 4
If We Want to Defeat Putin, We Must Understand What Makes Him Tick
Dr. Andrei Illarionov, a Senior Policy Adviser during Putin's early period as President is frank in what strengths Putin possesses and why the West so often gets him wrong.
By Jason Jay Smart
2d ago
Ukraine’s National Bank Cuts Key Policy Rate to 13%
No surprises as central bank lowers key policy rate from 13.5 percent to 13.0 percent – Ukraine’s higher demands on electricity and energy equipment imports stay within the base scenario.
By Olena Hrazhdan
20h ago
Economy
APCO, which helped former Ministry of Finance advisors during debt restructuring in 2015, established a presence in Kyiv – with an office to be led by Sonya Soutus, who helped USAID in Ukraine.
By Olena Hrazhdan
1d ago
Sanctions
The European Union proposes sanctions against the Russian oil transportation company Sovcomflot, Bloomberg reports.
By Kyiv Post
1d ago
Economy
Ukraine’s GDP will rise if hostilities “continue throughout 2024 and subsequently moderate,” while Russia’s growth is projected to fall.
By Olena Hrazhdan
2d ago
Ukrainian Police reported the assassination of a local official Maksym Denshchyk, who had previously reported receiving threats from Ivan Fedorov, Zaporizhzhia’s Head of Military Administration.
By Kyiv Post
2d ago
Nearly 30 Countries Pledge Support for Ukraine's Cultural Sector Recovery Kyiv
Their support aims to assist Ukrainian artists and cultural professionals, protect and restore cultural sites, and revive cultural life under UNESCO's coordination.
By Kyiv Post
Jun. 10
Book Bombing: A New Chapter in an Ancient Malice EXCLUSIVE
By Charles Cockell
Jun. 9
The Drone Sidebar Stories
By Pete Shmigel
Jun. 8
The Drone Sidebar Stories
Sidebar Stories – In the vein of “literature is news that stays news,” Kyiv Post presents some not necessarily factual narratives that offer added insight into Ukraine’s realities.
By Pete Shmigel
Jun. 8
Portrait of a Book Fair in War Time Ukraine
By Karina Dolomanzhy
Jun. 5
Citadel – Gastro Boutique Hotel & Restaurant Celebrated Its 15th Anniversary
Opened 15 years ago in Lviv, Citadel – Gastro Boutique Hotel has become an organic part of the city’s gastronomic landscape and one of the most popular recreation sites.
By Vitalya Verteletska
May. 27
Internal problems of Ukraine: what is the most important, who is to blame and what to do
The crime of the epoch, which has lasted more than 33 years, was revealed. The robbery of Ukrainians and the destruction of statehood as a result of the application of the principles of Stalinism
By Arkadii Kornatskyi
May. 25
Internal problems of Ukraine: what is the most important, who is to blame and what to do
The crime of the epoch, which has lasted more than 33 years, was revealed. The robbery of Ukrainians and the destruction of statehood as a result of the application of the principles of Stalinism
By Arkadii Kornatskyi
May. 24
Internal Problems of Ukraine: What is The Most Important, Who is to Blame and What to Do
The crime of the epoch, which has lasted more than 33 years, was revealed. The robbery of Ukrainians and the destruction of statehood as a result of the application of the principles of Stalinism
By Arkadii Kornatskyi
May. 23
NORC
Reports to: Senior Third-Party Monitoring Specialist, UMLS Background on UMLS The Ukraine Monitori...
International Development Group
  About International Development Group LLC: International Development Group LLC (IDG) is a U...
Chemonics
Program Description The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Transi...
NATO REPRESENTATION TO UKRAINE
Primary Location:             Kyiv, Ukraine...
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