Marchuk is "sharply negative" about the idea of Ukraine returning its nuclear status.
22:59, 28 January 2021
Further non-fulfillment of Memo's provisions could block the achievement of new diplomatic solutions in the field of global security.
16:30, 16 October 2020
The comment comes following the release of questions to be put up for the nationwide poll in Ukraine on October 25.
15:15, 16 October 2020
More of such surveys could be conducted in the future, the president admits.
11:30, 16 October 2020
Discussions on the fifth question are reportedly still underway.
14:25, 15 October 2020
The Budapest Memorandum was signed on December 5, 1994.
20:59, 06 August 2020
It's high time to "build a new platform" for raising the issue of Crimea, Reznikov added.
23:45, 29 July 2020
The head of state noted the need for the development of the national missile program, stressing that Kyiv would no longer repeat the mistakes of the Budapest Memorandum.
20:45, 09 March 2019
To reinforce a commitment to nonproliferation, Washington must do more for Ukraine, the experts say.
12:40, 23 January 2019
The foreign ministry says that Russian aggression and violation of conditions for Ukraine’s refusal from nuclear weapons undermines the international non-proliferation regime and will determine future relations with countries that may choose to develop this type of weapons.
19:20, 05 December 2018
Peskov claims the Russian Federation puts paid to the Crimea issue.
13:57, 18 September 2018
Ukraine has been deceived, North Korea does not cost anything without nuclear weapons, Kuchma said.
10:12, 17 September 2018
It is generally assumed in Ukraine that the signees failed to provide adequate support to Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression.
14:00, 14 June 2018
President Poroshenko commented on the outcome of a historic meeting between Trump and Kim Jong-un in Singapore.
16:54, 12 June 2018
<p>Steven Pifer, a former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, who is now an expert at the U.S-based Brookings Institution, has called absolutely absurd a statement by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov who claimed Russia had not violated the Budapest Memorandum since it did not use nuclear weapons against Ukraine.</p>
10:51, 16 January 2018
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov claims it was Ukraine that violated the Budapest Memorandum by allowing the Maidan [a wave of demonstrations and civil unrest in Ukraine], rather than Russia, which "has never used" nuclear weapons against the Ukrainian state, according to an UNIAN correspondent in Russia.
13:16, 15 January 2018
On Budapest Memo anniversary Ukraine reminds of obligations of signatories, reiterates need for lethal aid<p>The provision of lethal weapons to Ukraine should become an effective response to the growing threat coming from the Russian Federation, as written in a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine on the occasion of the anniversary of the signing of the Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances relating to Ukraine's accession to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.</p>
23:30, 05 December 2017