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.
Poland will resume operation of its consulates in Ukraine when it has utmost confidence in their security.
Ukraine calls on the Czech parliament to give a proper evaluation of the visit of its member Jaroslav Golik to occupied Crimea.
On the occasion of the great Ukrainian poet and artist's birthday, workers of the United States embassy in Kyiv have recorded a video where they quote famous excerpts from Shevchenko poems.
U.S. Embassy in Ukraine stressed the need to establish independent anti-corruption court in Ukraine in view of recent charges put against Ukraine's State Fiscal Service chief.
U.S. remains resolute in its support for Ukraine as Russia's occupation of Crimea enters its 4th year.
U.S. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch honored memory of the Heroes of Heavenly Hundred by saying that three years ago Ukraine gained one hundred reasons to be independent, transparent, united, and corruption-free.
The embassy also urged to withdraw heavy weapons to facilitate sustained cease-fire in Ukraine's east.
U.S. Embassy to Ukraine is concerned by the current disruption to the coal supply from the occupied Donbas and encourage the Government of Ukraine to accelerate much-needed reforms in the energy sector.
Ukrainian diplomats have adequately responded to a provocation by infamous Kremlin's mouthpiece Graham Phillips.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko deems unacceptable damaging of the Berlin Wall fragment outside German Embassy in Kyiv by Poroshenko Bloc parliamentary faction member Oleksii Honcharenko.
The United States diplomatic missions in Turkey - the embassy in Ankara and consulates in Istanbul and Adana - will be closed on Tuesday for security reasons after a shooting incident at the U.S. Embassy in Ankara.
The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine stresses that all of the information on the matter comes from one certain person.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry spoke about America's support for Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression at the Women's Foreign Policy Group Conference in Washington, DC on Nov. 29.
The Russian embassy in Damascus, Syria came under mortar shelling Oct. 3. No casualties are reported.
Unknown persons finished their rally by firing big fireworks and a smoke bomb at the embassy entrance.