Republican Senator Rob Portman has published the text of a bipartisan senators' letter to Donald Trump calling on him to meet with President Petro Poroshenko before meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 conference in July.
The new U.S. administration will be acting harder than its predecessor against aggressive activities by Russia globally.
The first priority for the United States in Ukraine is to provide defensive weapons such as javelin missiles and counter-battery radar.
U.S. Republican Senator John McCain said the murder of former Russia State Duma member Denys Voronenkov was "yet another brazen act of Russian state terrorism."
U.S. Senator John McCain, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, released the statement on the arrest of the director of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine Roman Nasirov, pending embezzlement charges.
Russia’s deployment of nuclear-tipped ground-launched cruise missiles is a significant military threat to U.S. forces in Europe.
U.S. Senator John McCain on Tuesday delivered a fiery, not-so-subtle rebuttal to President Donald Trump's argument that the United States and Russia are morally equivalent.
U.S. Senator John McCain, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, sent a letter to President Donald Trump yesterday raising concerns about Russia’s recent attacks against Ukraine, and urging the president to provide the defensive lethal assistance the Ukrainian forces need to defend themselves.
U.S. Senator John McCain, commenting on Friday on speculation that President Donald Trump may lift sanctions on Russia, said he hoped the administration would reject that "reckless course."
U.S. Senator John McCain warns that the Trump Administration is unprepared to counter Russian attempts “to influence elections in France and European countries in the coming months."
A bipartisan group of American senators is intent on preventing President Donald Trump from lifting sanctions on Russia without approval from the Congress.
The details of the new bill on additional sanctions against Russia over its involvement in hacker attacks during the U.S. presidential election have been unveiled.
Republican U.S. Senator John McCain and Democratic Senators Ben Cardin and Robert Menendez will introduce legislation to impose "comprehensive" sanctions on Russia over its attempts to influence the 2016 U.S. election.
Media reports say Henry Kissinger allegedly proposes lifting anti-Russian sanctions. However, the U.S. Congress will approve no action damaging freedom and independence of Ukraine or the Baltics.
Congress would also block any move by the President-Elect Trump to recognize the annexation of Crimea.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and a delegation of U.S. senators have arrived at the command post in the vicinity of Shyrokyne village.
The delegation of U.S. senators intends to attend an opening ceremony of the U.S.-manufactured combat defense system in Mariupol.