The Senate on Wednesday passed by voice vote fiscal 2018’s nearly $700 billion defense policy bill, the Hill reports.
All big private companies and state-owned enterprises must be ready to increase output of military products, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a Wednesday meeting with senior officials from the Defense Ministry and defense industry where the Zapad-2017 strategic drills were discussed, Fina...
A video has been uploaded on social networks showing one of the militant commanders in the so-called “Luhansk People’s Republic” appealing to the self-proclaimed “leader” of the neighboring “Donetsk People’s Republic” (DPR) terrorist organization, A...
The Shade Burger interior was ranked as Europe's finest at the 2017 Restaurant and Design Awards in London on October 5, according to Business Ukraine magazine.
Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air has announced it will expand its route network with five new routes from London, among which are flights to the city of Lviv, according to the company’s website.
Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine Hugues Mingarelli has condemned recent searches in the houses of Crimean Tatars in Russian-occupied Crimea.
As U.S. investigators probe whether President Donald Trump's campaign orchestrated a Russia-friendly change to the Republican Party platform last summer, three senior Capitol Hill aides — including Speaker Paul Ryan's chief of staff — may have answers about how the episode unf...
After making very little progress in the four years after the EuroMaidan Revolution that drove President Viktor Yanukovych from power, high-profile investigations into the crimes of the former regime — as well as current crimes — face an even worse scenario: total collapse. The reason...
Russia is bringing military columns into the territory of the occupied Luhansk region to establish order among the criminals who were allowed to govern in the self-proclaimed republics in the east of Ukraine.
Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security and Defense has finalized the preparation of the draft law on Donbas reintegration for the second reading, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
The U.S. private intelligence company Stratfor says it's been an action-packed week for negotiations over the conflict in Ukraine, according to its overview.
Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Vyacheslav Kyrylenko says Belarusian officials' assurances of friendship look hypocritical amid the detention of Ukrainian citizens in Belarus.
President of Ukraine's national nuclear energy generating company Energoatom Yuriy Nedashkovsky expects that a draft law regulating the completion of power units Nos. 3 and 4 at Khmelnytsky nuclear power plant (KhNPP) will be tabled in parliament in early 2018.
Ukrainian company N-iX, a member of the Association “IT Ukraine”, has been included in the Software 500 ranking according to the Software Magazine. Read more here. The post Ukrinform: Ukrainian IT company among 500 world’s largest software manufacturers appeared first on KyivPost.
The United Nations Development Programme will present on November 24 16 video stories showing successful enterprises from the east of the country. The stories feature ordinary people who have managed to start or develop a business and create new jobs. The stories are motivating, and the business ...
Video recording of investigative actions, a mandatory presence of a lawyer, and a ban on seizing computer hardware are the main innovations included in government-submitted bill No. 7275 on counteracting pressure on businesses.
Ukrainian correspondent of UA: Ukrainian Radio, former UNIAN reporter in Minsk, citizen of Ukraine Pavlo Sharoiko was detained by operatives of the State Security Committee (KGB) of Belarus, according to the head of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine (NUJU) Sergiy Tomilenko.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is providing fresh funds to develop local currency lending and small- and medium-sized enterprise (SME) support mechanisms in Ukraine, according to a statement by the EBRD.
Oil prices were little changed on Tuesday as the impact from expectations of an extended OPEC-led production cut was canceled out by rising output in the United States, according to Reuters.
Vedzhie Kashka, 82, died of stress induced by her detention by the Russian secret services in Crimea.