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For the European Union and Ukraine to start negotiations, the executive, led by von der Leyen, must draw up a framework for the talks, which must be approved by all 27 EU member states.
Feb. 9, 14:31
Accusations have been leveled at countries such as France, Italy, and Spain that they are not pulling their weight.
War in Ukraine
Feb. 8, 17:09
Ukraine’s 21st Mechanized Infantry Brigade is the sole formation operating the vehicle, deploying it to months of combat in the eastern Bakhmut and north-eastern Kupyansk sectors.
Feb. 6, 15:19
The Portuguese government has agreed to take the lead in reconstruction in the Zhytomyr region and to help develop the education system.
Feb. 1, 07:00
Death threats, €50 billion in aid, a minority rights argument, and a showdown between Hungary and the EU mean a lot is at stake on Thursday in Brussels.
Jan. 30, 17:37
Donald Tusk also said ahead of the summit he would speak to Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico, who has also angered Kyiv.
Jan. 27, 19:00
The BWS party called on the government to negotiate with Russia.
Jan. 25, 13:00
The Chief Editor of Kyiv Post discusses with his counterpart in Barcelona at the El Mundo newspaper the political situation in Catalonia and responses to Russia’s war against Ukraine.
Jan. 24, 18:00
Kyiv Post looks at the document intended to “end forever Russia’s unprovoked attacks on Ukraine,” what it really means for both parties and what comes next.
Jan. 19, 18:24
European diplomats admit it is becoming increasingly difficult to agree on further sectors of the Russian economy to target in a bid to drain Moscow's war chest.
Jan. 18, 17:28
The combat-tested Caesar self-propelled 155mm howitzers are among the very best being used in Ukraine, and the pledged number would be a significant boost to the existing Ukrainian arsenal.
Jan. 16, 00:24
US envoy cautiously optimistic about the plan, but Europe needs to get on board first.
Jan. 15, 22:47
Zelensky said that the Swiss peace summit: “must be exceptionally just, and the restoration of the force of international law must be truly complete.”