Participants of the aviation section of Rapid Trident 2017 exercise in the Lviv region have visited Petro Franko tactical air brigade.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko hopes to get more than defensive weapons from the United States.
Dock workers have started unloading, the stevedores are planning to unload the imported cargo in three days.
The United States has condemned the sentencing of deputy chairman of Mejlis of Crimean Tatars Akhtem Chiygoz.
The United States cautiously welcomed the Russian proposal to send U.N. peacekeepers into eastern Ukraine, but insisted the force should be deployed throughout occupied eastern Ukraine and not just on the line of conflict.
Any threat to the United States or its allies will cause a massive military response, Defense Secretary Mattis added.
On Aug. 29, Commander of the National Guard of Ukraine Yurii Allerov held an official meeting with U.S. Senior Defense Adviser Coyt D. Hargus and Security Reform Advisor to the NATO Liaison Office in Ukraine Jaroslaw Pato.
Washington supports the peace talks in the Normandy format, but does not intend to become part of it or join it.
The Trump administration is considering whether to provide the defensive weapons that Ukraine has long requested to help deter and protect itself against further Russian aggression.
The international community needs to continue to exert diplomatic pressure on the Russian Federation to compel it to implement the Minsk agreements.
Ambassador of Ukraine to the United States Valerii Chalyi has attended the ceremony of dispatching American thermal coal to Ukraine's Tsentrenerho JSC in the seaport of Baltimore, Maryland.
North Korea likely has the ability to produce its own missile engines and intelligence suggests it does not need to rely on imports.
The United States will find a way to respond to the Russia's decision to cut the U.S. diplomatic corps in Russia by Sept. 1.
The U.S. wants to have better relations with Russia, but will not turn a blind eye to Putin's bad acts, including in Ukraine.
A website launched on Wednesday seeks to track Russian-supported propaganda and disinformation on Twitter, part of a growing non-governmental effort to diminish Moscow's ability to meddle in future elections in the United States and Europe.