The Southern Military Command of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation arrived in the separatist-occupied region of Donetsk. This was reported on the 6th of March by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Defense Ministry of Ukraine.
According to the Ministry’s statement, representatives of the Russian military visited the area to find out why Russian leadership has failed to conceal the fact that the country is directly involved in the Ukrainian conflict.
“The main task of the …
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko urged the leaders US and EU to increase pressure on Russia in order to secure the release of imprisoned Ukrainian pilot, Nadiya Savchenko.
"Ukraine has sent a letter to the EU and the US to increase pressure on Russia to release Nadiya Savchenko," Poroshenko wrote on his Twitter page on Monday.
Savchenko’s health has deteriorated since going on a dry hunger strike on March 3rd.
"She is determined to be present in court on March 9th, and [wants to] have …
As of March 6, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine (SES) has counted over 1 million internally displaced persons in Ukraine, including the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine and Crimea, according to the message of the state agency.
"Since the start of anti-terrorist operations on the East of Ukraine, 1,018,484 people including 996,553 from Donetsk and Luhansk regions, 21,931 people from Crimea and Sevastopol have been resettled," the ESS reported. Those registered among displaced people from …
The founder of Russia’s Ren-TV company, Irena Lesnevskaya, has written an open letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin asking for the release of Ukrainian citizen, Nadia Savchenko. Savchenko was charged in Russia with the murders of two Russian journalists.
The letter was posted on Facebook on Sunday. “While the whole world is looking, Nadia Savchenko is dying as a result of her dry hunger strike in a Russian prison. I call on every humane and Christian part of you to stop this …
The Prime Minister of Ukraine, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, stated during a meeting with the Head of the Poltava Regional State Administration that the World Bank plans to allocate $200 million for the construction of roads in Ukraine, the Government Portal reports.
Yatsenyuk noted that capital spending will not be in the project estimates in 2016 but will be directed solely to projects to be commissioned in the current year. The part of capital expenditure would be directed to the repair of roads. …