The European Union's top aviation safety regulator said on Tuesday (14 June) that he is "very worried" about the safety of Western-made aircraft continuing to fly in Russia without access to spare parts and proper maintenance.
NATO must build out "even higher readiness" and strengthen its weapons capabilities along its eastern border in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the military alliance's chief said on Tuesday (14 June).
Ukraine's battle against Russian troops in Donbas will determine the course of the war, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on 14 June, asking his nation to stay strong in the face of Moscow's devastating attack against two key cities.
Pope Francis has taken a new series of swipes at Russia for its actions in Ukraine, saying its troops were brutal, cruel and ferocious and that the invasion violated a country's right to self-determination.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy asked Olaf Scholz to show full-throated support for Kyiv, charging the German Chancellor with being too concerned about the repercussions that would have for Berlin's ties with Moscow.
Russia's main goal of its military operation in Ukraine is to protect the Donetsk and Luhansk people's republics, the Kremlin said on Monday (13 June), after the leader of one of the separatist regions asked for additional forces from Moscow.
The Wikimedia Foundation, which owns Wikipedia, has filed an appeal against a Moscow court decision demanding that it remove information related to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, arguing that people have a right to know the facts of the war.
Russian forces said Sunday (12 June) they had struck a site in western Ukraine storing US- and EU-supplied weapons, as fighting intensified in an eastern region where the country's top commander said the land "is covered in blood."
Failure to grant Ukraine EU candidate status later this month would signal to Russia Europe's weakness and could plunge the country into the perpetual EU waiting room like Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy's foreign policy adviser, Ihor Zhovkva, told EURACTIV.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen made a surprise visit to Kyiv, the second trip to Ukraine since the start of Russia's invasion, to discuss Ukraine’s bid to join the EU with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
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A decision to give Ukraine candidate status to the European Union has to be done without weakening the bloc and to ensure Kyiv is not left in limbo for years, a French presidential official said on Friday (10 June).
Ukrainian forces were holding their positions in intense street fighting and under day and night shelling in Severodonetsk, officials said, as Russia pushes to control the bombed-out city, key to its objective of controlling eastern Ukraine.
Russian President Vladimir Putin paid tribute on Thursday (9 June) to Tsar Peter the Great on the 350th anniversary of his birth, drawing a parallel between what he portrayed as their twin historic quests to win back Russian lands.
Despite an adequate and friendly global response, the only option to restore grain exports from Ukraine is to win the war as Russia can not be trusted in any plan aimed at unblocking seaports in the South of the country, Ukraine's deputy agriculture minister told EURACTIV in an exclusive interview.
Two Britons and a Moroccan who were captured while fighting for Ukraine were sentenced to death on 9 June by a court in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR), one of Russia's proxies in eastern Ukraine, Russian news agencies reported.
Ukraine has launched a charm offensive in recent weeks to convince the still sceptical Western European capitals to grant the country EU candidate status and avoid the pitfall of being lumped together with two other eastern hopefuls, Moldova and Georgia.
During communism, the Romanian state was one of the world's top exporters of arms, with a 230,000-strong workforce. Today the public sector employs just 10,000 people, its factories are in debt, and stakeholders are uncertain about the future.
Ukraine hopes to make €1.5 billion from electricity exports to the European Union by the end of the year and earn to more in the future after obtaining the right to export its energy there, a Ukrainian energy ministry adviser said on Wednesday (8 June).
The battle for the Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk is brutal and will determine the fate of the Donbas region, said the country's president, as Russian troops lay waste to the city in an assault aimed at controlling eastern Ukraine.