FM Kuleba presents interactive online map for Ukrainians traveling abroad amid COVID-19 pandemic The map was developed with the support of the British Embassy in Kyiv and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
14:00, 22 June 2020
Hungary's central TV channel marks Crimea as part of Russia The Ukrainian embassy has already approached the channel and Hungary's Ministry of Foreign Economy and Foreign Affairs with a request to correct the mistake.
20:15, 05 December 2019
Ukrainian diplomats call on The Economist to use map with Ukraine's Crimea The Crimean peninsula was missing on Ukraine's map in a video clip posted by The Economist.
13:45, 24 November 2019
Ukrainian Embassy urges NYT to fix mistake on Ukraine's map without Crimea The Ukrainian Embassy urges not play into the hands of Russian information propaganda.
12:22, 07 November 2019
Ukraine ready to boost pace of preparations for joining NATO – Zelensky The president hopes that "Ukraine's progress in implementing NATO standards, principles and norms, and a new format of engagement with the Alliance will be recognized in the Allies' further political decisions.
14:50, 31 October 2019
Ukraine's course toward NATO membership unchanged, but tactics must be amended – Vice PM Kuleba noted a "wonderful dialogue" with colleagues from NATO.
12:40, 25 September 2019
Kyiv supermarket selling school diaries with Ukraine's map without Crimea According to an eyewitness, almost a month has passed since the moment he first spotted the faulty products on the shelves.
12:40, 12 August 2019
Tesla to put Supercharger stations in Ukraine According to the map posted on the company's website, two new stations may soon appear in Ukraine's Rivne and Zhytomyr regions.
23:50, 22 July 2019
Ukraine's Ambassador: Crimea shown as Russia territory on Google Maps goes against U.S. policy Google Inc. earlier assured the Russian authorities that Crimea annexed by Russia from Ukraine in 2014 was shown as Ukrainian territory "for technical reasons" and "there is no politicization."
13:00, 07 March 2019
U.S. National Guard officer creates mapping app for combat following Ukraine deployment The app combines Google Maps, with a tool to overlay the map with a Military Grid Reference System (MGRS), and a symbol select graphic tool.
21:20, 14 January 2019
No consensus yet in NATO on MAP for Ukraine: Klimkin According to the foreign minister, the discussions are still ongoing.
14:00, 16 October 2018
Ukraine's Defense Ministry publishes map of minefields in Donbas The map is available on the ministry's website.
15:55, 07 October 2018
Number of illegal construction sites in Kyiv grows to 71 by July There were 67 illegally built residential buildings in the capital in January 2018.
13:15, 03 July 2018
Ukraine Embassy in U.S. reacts to Bloomberg map with "neutral" Crimea The diplomats believe that journalism "should be correct."
22:30, 22 June 2018
Crimea is Ukraine: The Times apologizes for "mistake" following World Cup map confusion Ukrainian diplomats praised the newspaper's reaction.
16:50, 11 June 2018
Crimea is Ukraine: Ukrainian diplomats in UK demand The Times change Russia World Cup map The Embassy called the publication "unacceptable."
23:00, 09 June 2018
French culture ministry corrects map indicating Ukraine's Sevastopol as Russian city (Photo) The Mikhail Kroshitsky Sevastopol Museum was "returned" to Ukraine.
22:20, 14 May 2018
French culture ministry publishes map indicating occupied Sevastopol as Russian city (Photo) The Mikhail Kroshitsky Sevastopol Museum was designated as Russian one.
18:55, 14 May 2018
NYT says Crimea marked as "disputed territory" consistent approach <p>The New York Times says that the newspaper did not recognize Russia’s position on Crimea by marking the peninsula on an illustration map to a column on Kerch bridge as “disputed territory” and that the move is in line with the publication’s standards, RBC reported citing NYT’s formal reply to its request.</p>
09:00, 16 November 2017
NYT comments on scandal with "disputed" Crimea on published map The American daily newspaper The New York Times, which has released an article on Crimea, illustrating the piece with a map where the Russian-occupied Ukrainian peninsula is marked as "disputed" territory, says it is studying the circumstances of the publication, the NYT press service told the RBC Russian news agency.
11:00, 14 November 2017