17:51 12.12.2013 PoliticsClinton urges Ukrainian authorities to follow Mandela's example
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton believes that the Ukrainian authorities should follow the methods of former South African leader Nelson Mandela and resolve problems in the country thr ...
17:27 12.12.2013 PoliticsCEC sees no reason to postpone elections - Okhendovsky
16:57 12.12.2013 EconomyWesterwelle describes Kyiv's request for about EUR 20 bln as unacceptable
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has described as unacceptable the demand by Kyiv that Ukraine be given a EUR 20 billion loan as a prerequisite for signing an Association Agreement with the ...
15:24 12.12.2013 PoliticsAshton: Ukraine should not rely only on foreign assistance for association with EU
15:14 12.12.2013 PoliticsEuropean Parliament again condemns Russian pressure on Ukraine
14:42 12.12.2013 PoliticsEP calls for immediate release of peaceful protesters in Ukraine
On Thursday, Ukraine suspended the process of preparation for the signing of an Association Agreement with the European Union, which was expected at the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius in late November.
- Iurie Leanca: Moldova won't turn off 'European integration road'
- Ukraine's ambassador to China Oleh Diomin: Ukraine, China have many common goals
- Expert: International organizations and civil society can help resolve crisis in Ukraine
- Expert explains why Yanukovych could not cancel his visit to China
A visit by the country's leader abroad, especially to a place like China, has always triggered an increased interest from the media and public. However, a state visit to China of President Viktor Yanukovych that ended on Friday would hardly attract so much attention if it had not occurred against the background of the dramatic events in the country.
- Not small coal: Example of success of Ukraine-China projects
- A European Ukraine: Moment of Truth
Victoria Nuland, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs: "I just spent more than two hours with President [Viktor] Yanukovych. It was a tough conversation but a realistic one. I made it absolutely clear to him that what happened last night, what was happening in security terms was absolutely impermissible in democratic states. We believe that there is still a wa ...