In December 2016, Jared Kushner, president Trump’s son-in-law and adviser, wanted to set up a communications channel between the transition team and the Kremlin using Russian facilities in the United States.
U.S. Senator from New Hampshire Jeanne Shaheen says the U.S. Congress will not support cutting financial aid to Ukraine in 2018.
The relevant United States agencies have assured Ukrainian authorities that the most of the funds embezzled by ex-Prime Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Lazarenko will be transferred to Kyiv if the court decides to confiscate them.
North Korea fired an unidentified ballistic missile from Pukchang area, according to the South Korean military's Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Russian officials bragged in conversations during the presidential campaign that they had cultivated a strong relationship with former Trump adviser retired Gen. Michael Flynn and believed they could use him to influence Donald Trump and his team.
White House lawyers have begun researching impeachment procedures in an effort to prepare for what officials still believe is a distant possibility that U.S. President Donald Trump could have to fend off attempts to remove him from office.
Some 10 days ago, U.S. president's staunchest critics might have called Trump a national disaster but essentially unimpeachable.
President Donald Trump disclosed highly classified information to Russia's foreign minister about a planned Islamic State operation, two U.S. officials said on Monday, plunging the White House into another controversy just months into Trump's short tenure in office.
The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine has expressed condolences due to most recent killing of four civilians in Avdiivka and urged to stop fighting in the Donbas.
U.S. President Donald Trump posted photos of his separate meetings with the top diplomats of Ukraine and Russia.
Russia’s aggression against Ukraine has shaken the very foundations of security and stability in Europe, and is antithetical to a vision of Europe that is whole, free, and at peace.
Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin sees possible U.S. involvement in parallel to individual interaction within the Normandy format.
Moscow sees hampering Ukraine's attempts to become part of the European community as one of its strategic goals for 2017.
U.S. President Donald Trump reaffirmed his desire to work with Ukrainian partners to peacefully resolve conflict in Ukraine's east.
Ukraine's Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin, during his visit to Washington and meetings with U.S. President Donald Trump and Vice President Michael Pence, has talked the possibility of involving the U.S. in settling the situation in the Donbas, including in the Normandy format.