Capital amnesty should be introduced in Ukraine from 2021 – lawmaker Major debate on the subject is focused on the number and size of rates.
10:00, 26 May 2020
SBU on interview with Russian terrorist Girkin: It was interviewer's initiative It was conducted in 2014 but posted on YouTube six years later.
16:59, 19 May 2020
Gordon: Interview with terrorist Girkin done under SBU supervision, evidence sent to intl court Ukraine's deputy prosecutor general reportedly thanked the journalist for getting the testimony.
15:40, 19 May 2020
Outrage in Ukraine over interviews with Russian warlord, Crimea turncoat ex-prosecutor Activists believe interviewing a terrorist who used to organize and lead armed units that fought Ukrainian troops in Donbas equals promoting terrorism.
23:50, 18 May 2020
"Because it would be quicker": Zelensky jokes he sometimes wants to hang oligarchs However, the option is off the table, the president adds, noting Ukraine's choice of a democratic path.
23:50, 08 March 2020
All members of PrivatBank's new supervisory board pass NBU's pre-qualifying stage The decision has not been formalized yet, but, according to preliminary evaluation, they will be nominated for approval.
11:23, 17 September 2019
First interview with released Kremlin prisoner Pavlo Hryb: "In Lefortovo, I was held in a single cell. They would not put Ukrainians together" The former political prisoner, 21, told of the book he had been reading in the days before the swap, chant "Glory to Ukraine!" in prison corridors, and his refusal to write an appeal for pardon.
12:00, 09 September 2019
UK foreign secretary compares Salisbury suspects' interview with tales of Russian "holidaymakers" in Ukraine The two Russian nationals explained their visit to the United Kingdom on Russian television, saying it was a holiday rather than business trip.
11:22, 14 September 2018
Russia collusion probe: Mueller seeks interview with Trump <p>Special counsel Robert Mueller has told U.S. President Trump’s legal team that his office is likely to seek an interview with the president, triggering a discussion among his attorneys about how to avoid a sit-down encounter or set limits on such a session, according to two people familiar with the talks, the Washington Post reports.</p>
13:40, 09 January 2018
EBRD's Francis Malige: For Ukraine's judiciary it's "catch and release"… That needs to stop. <p>Managing Director for Eastern Europe and the Caucasus at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Francis Malige in his interview with Ukrainian journalists spoke about the key obstacles to the inflow of foreign investment to Ukraine and prospects for the EBRD to finance natural gas purchases. He also assessed the ongoing privatization process and shared EBRD’s plans on investing in the capital of state-owned banks and other companies.</p>
09:00, 06 October 2017
Dmitry Bykov: The initiators of the May 2 tragedy were those who wished to have Odesa join the "Novorossiya" project... That's what we need to remember <p>An acclaimed Russian poet and TV host Dmitry Bykov in an interview with UNIAN compared the events in Odesa on May 2, 2014, with the Beslan tragedy, told readers why he considered Odesa a city of tragic fate, and with whom of the Ukrainian poets he would sit down to have a talk.</p>
13:10, 10 August 2017
Iryna Gerashchenko: Many deputies come to Donbas. However, they make a couple of photos and get out of there (PART II) <p>Vice Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada, a Ukraine’s representative to the Trilateral Contact Group Iryna Gerashchenko in the second part of the interview with UNIAN has recalled how took a British Lord to the frontline village of Pisky, how limitations of immunity will cleanse the parliament of businessmen, and why visiting Donbas and doing something for Donbas are two different things.</p>
15:40, 05 August 2017
Iryna Gerashchenko: International partners would prefer to criticize Ukraine for corruption or anything else, rather than talk about their commitments (PART I) <p>Vice Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine’s humanitarian envoy to the Trilateral Contact Group on Donbas settlement Iryna Gerashchenko sat down with UNIAN to talk about why Russia seeks to reformat the Ukrainian side to the Minsk negotiating group, how the talks on hostage release develop, and what precious gift from Roman Sushchenko she keeps at her office, and how a "souvenir" from the ATO zone almost got her arrested at the Boryspil Airport.</p>
16:10, 04 August 2017
Detainee Ageyev captured in Donbas confirms being Russia’s "contracted serviceman" <p>Viktor Ageyev, a Russian national earlier captured by Ukrainian forces in Luhansk region, has confirmed in his interview with TSN news service that he was deployed to eastern Ukraine after signing a contract for service in the Armed Forces of Russia.</p>
10:25, 10 July 2017
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg: "We cannot isolate Russia. Therefore, we believe in deterrence, defense and predictable approach but, at the same time, open channels for political dialogue" <p>Ahead of the Ukraine visit of the North Atlantic Council, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in an exclusive interview with UNIAN spoke about the reason for an eight-year pause since the NAC’s latest visit, about his vision of Ukraine’s prospects of joining the Alliance, and why NATO, despite having halted practical cooperation with Russia, retains political channels open.</p>
22:25, 07 July 2017
Putin believes U.S.-Russia war would leave no survivors <p>Russian President Vladimir Putin in his interview with Oliver Stone said that there would have been no survivors in case of an armed conflict between the U.S. and Russia.</p>
12:20, 07 June 2017
Chief anti-corruption prosecutor Nazar Kholodnytsky: "As a citizen, I also crave to see the verdicts handed down quickly… It’s so hard to be a pioneer" <p>Head of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office Nazar Kholodnytsky sat down with UNIAN to tell why anti-corruption cases are investigated for so long, whether the SAP heard the notorious records promised by fugitive MP Onyshchenko, and whether the targets of the agency’s probes made any attempts to settle with prosecutors, and how successful such attempts were.</p>
20:08, 27 April 2017