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Volker had been working with Cindy McCain, Arizona State University and the McCain Institute's first rate team of trustees and staff for the past seven and a half years.
21:46, 07 October 2019
Cindy McCain is observing the elections in Ukraine on behalf of the International Republican Institute (IRI).
11:30, 31 March 2019
The First Lady, Maryna Poroshenko, accompanied the president.
22:25, 28 September 2018
Once Kyl is sworn in, Republicans will return to the 51 seats they held in the 100-member Senate before McCain's death.
21:55, 04 September 2018
The People's Front parliamentary faction earlier came up with the initiative to name a central street in Kyiv in honor of Senator McCain.
09:40, 04 September 2018
President Poroshenko attended the memorial service in the United States.
23:59, 02 September 2018
Russia will struggle to find substitute for McCain to justify claim of global "Russophobia" conspiracyThe beauty of “Russophobia” from Russia’s perspective is that it absolves Moscow of any responsibility for the consequences of its own actions — the annexation of Crimea, its military incursions into Georgia and eastern Ukraine, the shooting down of a Malaysian passenger jet and its repeated meddling in Western elections — and has turned the country into an innocent victim of, well, John McCain.
18:30, 29 August 2018
John McCain was an avid critic of Russia's current authorities and an active supporter of Ukraine.
10:50, 26 August 2018
The Republican Senator noted that the U.S. president “has inexplicably shown our adversaries the deference and esteem" while the country's closest allies "are being treated with contempt."
14:00, 09 June 2018
McCain says it is time for America to go on the offensive in the information war with Russia.
22:55, 03 May 2018
<p>U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, released the statement on Saturday on President Trump's reported decision to provide anti-tank munitions to Ukraine.</p>
20:24, 23 December 2017
<p>Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., likes where the Trump administration is going with its reported approval of commercial sale of lethal defensive arms to Ukraine, but wants to see the president offer much more in the way of weapons to counter an imposing Russian threat in the region, according to The Washington Examiner.</p>
13:09, 21 December 2017
<p>Russia used social media to sow chaos and divide Americans during the 2016 election, U.S. Senator John McCain, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said in a statement.</p>
10:20, 02 November 2017
<p>U.S. Senator John McCain has called on Trump's administration to provide lethal defensive assistance to Ukraine, according to a statement posted on the senator's website.</p>
15:30, 24 August 2017
<p>Terrorist groups, including ISIS, pose an ongoing threat, and they will continue to launch attacks, he said. But they do not have the military capability, technology and ambition to back up their intent to rule the world, while Russia does, McCain told The Arizona Republic.</p>
09:50, 08 August 2017
<p>U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Chairman of the Armed Services Committee, says that the ultimate responsibility for the creation of an unlawful state of "Malorossiya" lies with Putin's Russia.</p>
12:24, 19 July 2017
<p>The Russian Federation must pay a high price for its interference in the U.S. presidential elections so that Vladimir Putin does not make an attempt to repeat his meddling, U.S. Senator John McCain wrote on Facebook.</p>
10:40, 08 June 2017
<p>The Russian president, Vladimir Putin, is the biggest threat to global security, even greater than Isis, John McCain has declared on his tour of Australia, according to The Guardian.</p>
18:30, 29 May 2017
<p>Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said Sunday that Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov did not belong in the Oval Office for a meeting with President Trump, according to The Hill.</p>
13:20, 22 May 2017
<p>U.S. Senator John McCain released a statement on Tuesday on the dismissal of FBI Director James Comey, expressing disappointment over such move by President Trump.</p>
09:00, 10 May 2017