In a blitz interview, RIAC experts spoke about possible changes to Ukraine’s foreign and domestic policies following Volodymyr Zelensky’s victory in the presidential elections.
Ukraine's armed forces are progressing very rapidly
The election of Volodymir Zelensky as Ukraine’s new president is unlikely to bring about radical change in Ukraine’s foreign policy, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics (New Unity) said.
Sweden's support for reforms in Ukraine and its path towards the integration into the European Union will remain strong.
Main goal of the paper is to research and analyze the perspectives of the integration of Ukraine and Georgia to the European Structures in the framework of the EU Eastern Partnership Program and Ukraine-EU, Georgia – EU Associate Agreements.
Exclusive interview of Oleksii Kuropiatnyk, expert on national security issues, Maidan of foreign affairs Foundation (Kiev).
Elections are a normal democratic procedure for NATO and for all allies, but it will be possible to comment on presidential elections in Ukraine after they are over, that is, after the second round vote.
On November 26, a day after Russia attacked three small Ukrainian naval vessels attempting to pass through the Kerch Strait, German Chancellor Angela Merkel received official notification about this incident from Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko.
The Co-Chairman of the international group “Ecozashchita!” (Ecoprotection) Vladimir Slivyak during his exclusive interview states that so far there are not threats for Ukrainian nuclear power plants, but in case of active military actions in East Ukraine the situation may change. Exclusive interview...
The threat of economic sanctions by the EU as a result of Russia's policy in the Crimea were received in the Kremlin seriously enough. After his visit to Berlin Ivan Grachev , Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Energy has expressed intentions of the United States to lift restrictions on export of liquefied natural gas to Europe and Ukraine.