1 day ago
While Orban may be a problem, EU and Kyiv officials expect Ukraine will enter EU negotiations in December having made key reforms for minority rights, against corruption, and against oligarchs.
2 days ago
In a move seen as a win for European integration as well, the Ukrainian parliament amended a controversial law vetoed by Zelensky which would have limited public access to asset declarations.
Sep. 19, 18:09
The dismissals of deputy ministers is standard procedure after a new defense minister is appointed, but some reports suggest a huge overhaul is underway at the Ministry.
Sep. 18, 13:01
The move is standard procedure after the new defense minister is appointed but some reports suggest a huge overhaul is underway at the Ministry.
Sep. 15, 10:12
The SBU suspects that he was one of the “mouthpieces” of Russian propaganda in Ukraine, working with a former Yanukovich ally who’s now an alleged Russian FSB operative.
Sep. 12, 13:25
Zelensky said government officials’ wealth and income declarations must be open to the public immediately, not hidden for a year.
Sep. 8, 08:33
Recent legislation mandates that women with medical backgrounds register for military service starting Oct. 1, but, unless they are mobilized, they wouldn’t be restricted from leaving Ukraine.
Sep. 6, 16:58
Mette Frederiksen arrived in Kyiv on an unannounced visit today, her third since the beginning of the full-scale war and addressed the Verkhovna Rada.
Sep. 6, 15:26
Ukraine’s legislature, the Verkhovna Rada, voted overwhelmingly to approve Rustem Umerov as the new civilian leader of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry.
Sep. 6, 12:20
Some Ukrainian citizens are calling for Zelensky to veto new law that would reinstitute wealth reporting for government officials to agencies, but keep their scandalous info from public scrutiny.
Aug. 31, 12:13
Oleksiy Reznikov finds himself in a precarious position for the second time this year, this time in the wake of a scandal involving the purchase of military jackets from Turkey.
Aug. 28, 08:36
Despite rumors, parliamentary elections are unlikely to be held while under martial law and definitely not in October, whereas a presidential election in March is still a possibility.
Aug. 23, 11:05
Created on National Flag Day in 1998, the highest national title the Ukrainian president can award has sometimes been awarded to real heroes and sometimes to the undeserving.
Aug. 17, 13:25
Supporters of decriminalization say the current law is so vague that a person could technically spend years in prison either for sending or receiving a naked photo.
Aug. 12, 09:21
Lawmakers who pushed Russian narratives in Ukraine for years are now insisting they’re making amends for their mistakes. But they refuse to leave the political arena on their own.
Aug. 9, 15:28
Dubinsky, who has been under US sanctions since 2021 for alleged involvement in a Russia-linked group, is suspected of forging documents to travel abroad on luxury vacations under false pretenses.