Reuters: Trump and Putin issue rare joint statement promoting cooperation The last joint statement marking the Elbe River bridge link-up was issued in 2010, when the Obama administration was seeking improved relations with Moscow.
11:40, 26 April 2020
Back in the USSR: So-called leader of "LPR" terrorists issues order to use Luhansk's Soviet name Voroshilov in whose honor the city was named during the Soviet times was involved in the execution of over 18,000 people during Stalin's rule.
13:20, 18 April 2020
Protesters topple statue to Soviet-era General Zhukov in Kharkiv (Video) At least one person was injured in clashes outside the local Palace of Sports building.
13:29, 03 June 2019
Estonia recognized most westernized of ex-Soviet countries, Ukraine ranks sixth – StrategEast Ukraine follows Georgia and Moldova.
15:50, 07 May 2018
30% of Ukrainians want Russian to be official language, nearly 65% against – poll <p>Some 30% of the Ukrainians polled claim they support the idea of making Russian an official language, according to an opinion poll conducted by Rating Group Ukraine.</p>
09:58, 27 June 2017
Ukraine commemorates WWII victims (Photo, video) <p>Ukrainian ministers and Prime Minister Volodymy Groysman laid flowers to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in the Park of Eternal Glory in Kyiv on Thursday, June 23, to commemorate victims of the Second World War, according to the Cabinet's website.</p>
11:57, 23 June 2017
Ten Soviet monuments not yet dismantled in Kyiv (List) <p>Director of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance Volodymyr Viatrovych says there are ten monuments and 18 plaques in Kyiv that are subject to dismantling under the de-communization law, according to 44.ua.</p>
16:30, 20 June 2017
RFE/RL: Ukraine opens criminal probe against Stalin, Beria for Crimean Tatar deportations <p>Ukrainian officials have announced a criminal investigation into Soviet dictator Josef Stalin and his secret police chief, Lavrenty Beria, for the mass deportation of Muslim Tatars from the Crimean Peninsula during World War II, which killed tens of thousands, according Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL).</p>
12:10, 21 May 2017