• Washington promises to continue supplying weapons to Ukraine under existing agreements

    The U.S. administration is ready to supply some types of weapons to Ukraine in the future within the framework of existing agreements, Interfax-Ukraine quotes U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan as saying.

    "We are ready to act within the existing framework. In the past, we have organized deliveries to Ukraine. And we will be ready in the future to consider its requests and supply some types of military products," Sullivan said at the online forum of the Aspen Institute.

    He also noted …

  • Ukraine and Romania to hold joint military exercise this fall

    The Joint Ukrainian-Romanian Exercises Riverine-2021 will be held in the Odesa region this fall, reported the press center of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry.

    It is noted that this is the fourth such exercise between the Ukrainian Navy and the Romanian Navy.

    "The main purpose of the exercises is to strengthen regional security, improve the level of interaction and compatibility of the participating countries," the statement reads.

    From the Ukrainian side the exercises will involve a group of …

  • Russia forming new military division near Ukrainian border

    Russia continues to increase its military presence near the Ukrainian borders. The Russian Armed Forces is deploying a motorized infantry division in the Volgograd region, said the Editor-In-Chief of the Ukrainian publication Censor.Net, Yuriy Butusov.

    The Russian Army announced the deployment of the 20th Motorized Rifle Division on April 25. Between 4 to 6 battalion-tactical groups of the Russian Armed Forces will soon be deployed 400 km from the borders of Ukraine, in Kamyshin and Volgograd. …

  • Zelensky proposes meeting with Putin in Vatican

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky considers the Vatican an ideal place for a bilateral meeting with the Russian President.

    In an interview with the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, which was published on Zelensky’s website,  the Ukrainian President noted that the meeting with the Russian president will definitely take place, as it is necessary to end the war in the Donbas.

    "It seems to me that the meeting, for a start, should take place in the territory that embodies peace and dialogue. …

  • Kyiv: U.S. plans to appoint special representative for Donbas

    The Head of the Ukrainian Presidential Administration, Andrii Yermak, said in an interview with Liga.net that there is currently a discussion on the appointment of a U.S. special representative for the Donbas.

    According to Yermak, it is particularly important for Ukraine that such a person is appointed.

    "We are also discussing the rapprochement of our position and closer cooperation in the military-defense field. And, in addition, the United States supports Ukraine in receiving NATO …