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Blinken to Visit Moldova in New Western Support US
US top diplomat heading for Chisinau and Prague this week.
By AFP
1h ago
Sudan
By Kyiv Post
4h ago
Poland
By AFP
6h ago
Hungary
By Kyiv Post
6h ago
US
By AFP
7h ago
Putin
The Collective West misread Putin’s intentions and the threat from Russia. Now it needs to rethink its Ukraine and Russian policy and adopt a clear strategy
By Anders Aslund
8h ago
EU
Key backers including the United States and Germany have been reluctant to permit Kyiv to strike over the border out of fear that it could drag them closer to direct conflict with Moscow.
By AFP
8h ago
First Ukrainian F-16 Pilots Complete Training - Combat Missions Possible in Weeks F-16
By Stefan Korshak
May. 24
SCALP Missile Strike Reportedly Wounds Top Russian General Storm Shadow / SCALP
By Stefan Korshak
May. 22
Russia
Media in Russia and Ukraine announced the launch of the US political commentator’s show on Russian state television on Monday, but Carlson denies involvement.
By Kyiv Post
May. 22
WATCH: Putin Lies About NATO Expansion Promise: ‘Total Nonsense,’ Says Yeltsin’s Foreign Minister EXCLUSIVE Interview
Andrey Kozyrev, Russia’s top diplomat right after the fall of the USSR, told Kyiv Post in an exclusive interview that Putin’s claims about assurances not to expand NATO were false.
By Jason Jay Smart
May. 22
Mystery Surrounds Firing of Deputy Reconstruction Minister Corruption Watch
Deputy Prime Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov was once rumored to have permitted corruption during road construction, but parliament being asked to dismiss him came as a surprise for many.
By Olena Hrazhdan
May. 10
Corruption Watch
Minister of Agrarian Policy Mykola Solskyi was granted bail. He continues to perform his duties, although he technically resigned on Thursday, April 25.
By Kyiv Post
Apr. 26
Corruption Watch
Investigators earlier this week accused Mykola Solsky of illegally seizing land worth more than $7 million when he was the head of a major farming company and a member of parliament.
By AFP
Apr. 26
Corruption Watch
Minister of Agrarian Policy Mykola Solskyi has become one of the few top-level officials in the history of Ukraine to face corruption charges during his tenure.
By Sergii Kostezh
Apr. 23
In the past year, exports of agricultural goods from Ukraine and, lately, Russia have taken center stage in discussions around the situation in European agriculture.
By Euractiv
2d ago
Kyiv Camerata: From Carnegie Hall Back to Kyiv Ukraine
After Kyiv Camerata’s success at Carnegie Hall, world-renowned Kerry Lynn Wilson will conduct them in their hometown. Wilson gives Kyiv Post an exclusive interview on the eve of the Kyiv concert.
By Myroslava Makarevych
1d ago
A Story of Crime and Oppression
By Nicolas Tenzer
2d ago
The ‘Cultural Front’ – Exaggeration, or Actual Force? War in Ukraine
By Igor Golubchik
May. 18
The ‘Cultural Front’ – Exaggeration, or Actual Force? War in Ukraine
What’s happening in North America? Many performers and cultural figures are traveling across the ocean to help raise money and awareness for Ukraine’s fight.
By Igor Golubchik
May. 18
Yuliya Magdych: Vyshyvankas Are Bridge Between Past and Future
By Kyiv Post
May. 16
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
1d ago
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
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