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      Hungarian Foreign Minister Visits Kyiv Ahead Of Planned Orban-Zelenskiy Summit In July
      Jun25

      Hungarian Foreign Minister Visits Kyiv Ahead Of Planned Orban-Zelenskiy Summit In July

      he Ukrainian and Hungarian foreign ministers have met for the second time in less that a month as the two neighboring states seek to overcome an impasse over a restrictive language law in Ukraine. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Hundreds Evacuated After Massive Floods Hit Western Ukraine
      Jun25

      Hundreds Evacuated After Massive Floods Hit Western Ukraine

      Heavy rains have caused widespread flooding in western Ukraine, with rising waters forcing the evacuation of at least 800 people from their homes. The Ukrainian Interior Ministry said 187 villages had been affected and 5,000 buildings had been damaged by the worst floods the region has seen in a decade. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe...

      Russian-Controlled Court In Crimea Postpones Hearing Into Case Against Rights Activist
      Jun25

      Russian-Controlled Court In Crimea Postpones Hearing Into Case Against Rights Activist

      A court in Russia-controlled Crimea has postponed a preliminary hearing in absentia against a veteran Crimean Tatar leader and prominent Soviet-era dissident who has vehemently opposed Russia’s illegal annexation of the peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Three Dead, Hundreds Evacuated After Flooding In Western Ukraine
      Jun24

      Three Dead, Hundreds Evacuated After Flooding In Western Ukraine

      Rainstorms in western Ukraine have killed three people and forced hundreds of others to evacuate their homes. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Why Is A Czech Firm Selling Furniture In Separatist-Controlled Ukraine?
      Jun23

      Why Is A Czech Firm Selling Furniture In Separatist-Controlled Ukraine?

      Questions have arisen over whether a Czech firm may have violated EU sanctions after two former Czech mercenaries who fought on the side of Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine filmed a video at the firm’s store in the separatist-controlled city of Donetsk. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Russian Police Chief Arrested On Suspicion Of Spying For Ukraine
      Jun22

      Russian Police Chief Arrested On Suspicion Of Spying For Ukraine

      A police chief in Russia’s western region of Kursk has been arrested on suspicion of spying for Ukraine. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      ​In Second Wave, Consecutive Days Of Record New COVID-19 Cases Hit Ukraine
      Jun19

      ​In Second Wave, Consecutive Days Of Record New COVID-19 Cases Hit Ukraine

      Authorities in Ukraine said lockdowns may be reimposed at a regional level after days of record new coronavirus cases. One badly hit region in western Ukraine quickly announced a return of preventive measures, including restricting road travel beyond the region, a ban on gatherings of more than 20 people, and closures of indoor cafes and...

      EU Leaders Support Extension Of Sanctions Against Russia Over Ukraine
      Jun19

      EU Leaders Support Extension Of Sanctions Against Russia Over Ukraine

      European Union leaders on June 19 have supported a six-month extension of economic sanctions imposed against Russia over its role in the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      U.S. Embassy Warns Ukraine About Its Justice System As Arrest Of Poroshenko Being Mulled
      Jun18

      U.S. Embassy Warns Ukraine About Its Justice System As Arrest Of Poroshenko Being Mulled

      The U.S. Embassy in Kyiv has expressed concerns about Ukraine’s justice system at a time when the State Bureau of Investigations (DBR) and the Prosecutor-General’s Office are considering arresting former President Petro Poroshenko amid a spate of investigations involving him. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      EU Extends Crimea Sanctions By One More Year
      Jun18

      EU Extends Crimea Sanctions By One More Year

      The European Union has rolled over for another year sanctions imposed over Russia’s annexation of the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...