President Petro Poroshenko believes that Kyiv should listen to the recommendations of the anti-corruption court as long as the draft law complies with the legislation of Ukraine, as he explained in responding to a question by Evropeyska Pravda.
The President stressed that there is no alternatives to the adoption of this bill.
"I will do everything possible for the bill to pass, so that the correct wording is found, but also so that this bill is in accordance with the Ukrainian Constitution …
In her speech at the Munich Security Conference, Deputy Secretary General of the Alliance, Rose Gottemoeller, insisted that Ukraine differs from other countries aspiring to NATO membership, Evropeyska Pravda reports.
Rose Gottemoeller recalled that this year marks the tenth anniversary of the Bucharest Summit, where Kyiv was denied a Membership Action Plan, but at the same time, the Alliance decided that Ukraine would eventually become a NATO member.
Since then, the Deputy Secretary General …
The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, discussed the results of the talks in Munich with U.S. Secretary of Defense, James Mattis, as reported by Evropeyska Pravda.
"I admire Secretary Mattis. We had a very good visit with Minister Poltorak to the United States," the President said.
Poroshenko assured that the supply of lethal weapons to Ukraine were agreed to in detail at Munich negotiations. He stressed, however, that this agreement covers a wide range of items.
"We agreed to no longer …
The US Special Representative for Ukraine, Kurt Volker believes that a peacekeeping mission in the Donbas will help to resolve the conflict and will facilitate the implementation of the Minsk agreements. He stated this at the second Ukrainian lunch "Ukraine on the Frontlines of a New Kind of Warfare: Lessons for the West, and Prospects for Peace," which was organized on the sidelines of the Munich conference on security.
According to Volker, Russia says that they care how people live in the …
The Ukrainian offices of well-known global brands, including the company Roshen, are supplying their products to the unrecognized Transdniestria. This was referred to in an investigation by journalists from the Moldovan publication RISE Moldova.
According to the investigation, the Ukrainian branches of Coca-Cola and Nestle, as well as President Petro Poroshenko’s company Roshen, are among the largest exporters of goods to the Moldovan Transdniestrian Republic. Their main trading partner is the …