President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko responded to those who criticize the authorities for participation in the opening of minor infrastructure facilities.
Any country, especially that aiming at regulatory role in a conflict, should avoid activities that might provoke a new level of tensions.
Russian president press secretary Dmitry Peskov has set forth the position of the Russian Federation regarding the settlement process in eastern Ukraine on the eve of a meeting of aides to the leaders of the Normandy Four states scheduled for April 6.
The terrorist attack in London and the continuing quagmire in the White House offered the Kremlin an excellent occasion for its destabilizing actions.
Moscow considers any allegations of a "Russian trace" in the assassination of former State Duma deputy Denys Voronenkov to be ridiculous.
NATO and the West should do more to tackle the false reality promoted through Soviet-style misinformation.
The Kremlin apparently does not even bother hiding that the escalation in the Donbas, namely in the vicinity of Avdiivka, was orchestrated to impel the United States and the international community to engage in a ‘dialogue’.
Today's arrest of lawyer Emil Kurbedinov indicates the Kremlin has an approved plan for the final cleansing of the Russian-occupied peninsula of disloyal Crimean Tatars and other opponents of the annexation.
The EU Delegation to Ukraine has published a video guide to identify pro-Kremlin trolls on social media.
Ukraine will be dealt with according to the “Georgian scenario" using the proven concept of the "Kremlin’s political judo."
Rex Tillerson, a veteran oil executive who quaffed champagne with Vladimir Putin after the Russian president awarded him a medal, is set to be named by Donald Trump as his secretary of state.
National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov called fugitive former president Viktor Yanukovych the Kremlin’s stooge when commenting on the ex-president’s interview held by the Sviatoshynskyi district court of Kyiv.
The Kremlin does not expect a 'breakthrough' on Ukraine situation after the meeting between Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs at the United States Department of State Victoria Nuland and Russian presidential aide Vladislav Surkov.
Russian president Vladimir Putin's spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said Moscow welcomed the agreement on the cease-fire in the Donbas.
After more than two years of war in eastern Ukraine, many continue to pretend that what is happening in the Donbas is a civil war, when in fact it is the result of a Russian invasion.
The real problem with Trump isn’t that he is sympathetic to Russian oligarchs, it’s that he is a Russian oligarch, albeit one who happens to be American.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is getting rid of his cronies so that they do not affect his decision-making process.