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      Ukrainian president ousts prime minister
      Mar04

      Ukrainian president ousts prime minister

      Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelensky, has ordered the resignation of his prime minister amid a reshuffle of his top cabinet ministers.Reuters reported Wednesday that Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk’s resignation was accepted by the country’… …read more Source:: The...

      Democrats press World Bank chief on meeting with Ukrainian president amid Trump pressure
      Feb27

      Democrats press World Bank chief on meeting with Ukrainian president amid Trump pressure

      Six House Democrats on Wednesday asked World Bank President David Malpass to explain an August meeting with the Ukrainan president amid President Trump’s decision to withhold defense aid from Ukraine.The lawmakers voiced concerns that Malpass’s… …read more Source:: The...

      House panel says key witness isn’t cooperating in probe into Yovanovitch surveillance
      Feb25

      House panel says key witness isn’t cooperating in probe into Yovanovitch surveillance

      The House Foreign Affairs Committee said Monday that a GOP congressional candidate who claimed to have the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine under surveillance is not cooperating with the committee’s requests for informat… …read more Source:: The...

      Giuliani worked for Dominican Republic candidate amid Ukraine efforts: report
      Feb20

      Giuliani worked for Dominican Republic candidate amid Ukraine efforts: report

      President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani did consulting work for Dominican presidential candidate Luis Abinader around the time he was pushing for investigations that would benefit Trump in Ukraine, The Washington Post reported … …read more Source:: The...

      Bill Taylor dismisses Ukraine conspiracy theories: 'No one took it seriously'
      Feb18

      Bill Taylor dismisses Ukraine conspiracy theories: 'No one took it seriously'

      Former top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine Bill Taylor said in an interview Sunday that no one at the American Embassy in Kyiv gave any credence to conspiracy theories that Ukraine, and not Russia, actually interfered in the 2016 election. … …read more Source:: The...

      Zelensky rejects Trump claim that Ukraine is a corrupt country: 'From now, it's not true'
      Feb16

      Zelensky rejects Trump claim that Ukraine is a corrupt country: 'From now, it's not true'

      Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky rejected President Trump’s claim that Ukraine is a corrupt country.In an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, Zelensky pushed back on the assertion Trump made in a Fox News interview last year that Ukraine… …read more Source:: The...

      Yovanovitch: Political leaders need to do more to support the foreign service
      Feb13

      Yovanovitch: Political leaders need to do more to support the foreign service

      Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch in a public address Wednesday called on political leaders to do more to support the U.S. foreign service, while warning about a demoralized atmosphere at the State Department under President Trump… …read more Source:: The...

      Dem senator requests State records on Trump activities in Ukraine
      Feb12

      Dem senator requests State records on Trump activities in Ukraine

      Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) sent a request to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo asking the department to send records on U.S. activities in Ukraine since President Trump took office. …read more Source:: The...

      Nadler demands answers from Barr on ‘new channel’ for receiving Ukraine info from Giuliani
      Feb11

      Nadler demands answers from Barr on ‘new channel’ for receiving Ukraine info from Giuliani

      House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) is demanding answers from Attorney General William Barr about a Justice Department “intake process” that will review information on Ukraine from President Trump’s a… …read more Source:: The...

      Graham backs Vindman firing: ‘People in his chain of command have been suspicious of him regarding his political point of view’
      Feb09

      Graham backs Vindman firing: ‘People in his chain of command have been suspicious of him regarding his political point of view’

      Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-S.C.) defended the firing of National Security Council (NSC) Ukraine expert Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, suggesting he may have been involved in leaking information to the whistleblower whose complai… …read more Source:: The...