During Zelenskyy's first visit to Canada since February 2022, Ukrainian and Canadian presidents will sign an agreement to further strengthen economic ties between the two countries.
Ukraine's language commission permitted the lowercase spelling of "Russia," “Moscow,” “Muscovy,” “State Duma of the Russian Federation,” and similar words in unofficial texts.
Ukraine sent its second grain shipment to Egypt, containing 17,600 tons of wheat, utilizing recently approved sea lanes that bypass Russia's blockade of Ukrainian ports.
Ukrainian forces make gains in southern Zaporizhzhia Oblast, penetrating the Russian tri-layer defense, which is the first observed instance of Ukrainian forces operating armored vehicles.
President Biden confirmed the first delivery of US Abrams tanks to Ukraine will occur next week as part of a new $325 million aid package.
Ukrainian and Russian armies seek advantages by striking through their adversary’s strategic depth as the ground battle is relatively static.
Holding presidential elections in Ukraine in wartime could undermine national unity and provide openings for Russian disinformation, Ukrainian NGOs tell foreign critics.
Joining similar bans by Finland, Poland and Baltic states bordering Russia, Norway will restrict the entry and use of Russian-registered vehicles within its territory
In a 341-1 vote, Ukraine's parliament approved disclosing officials' asset declarations, meeting President Zelenskyy's demand and supporting the country's EU membership bid. The register will open immediately.
Ukraine has lost over 30,000 hectares of forest since Russia's full-scale invasion, with woodlands mined, burned, and cut down by Russian occupiers.
Ukrainian forces began to leverage superior coordination, reconnaissance, and electronic warfare systems, as seen during the village of Klishchiivka’s Donetsk Oblast retake last week.
Russian forces likely suffered compounding losses in Zaporizhzhia and Donetsk oblasts, as they have defended without operational-level unit rotations since the Ukrainian counteroffensive.
Ukrainian and Russian forces raids in Kherson Oblast along the lower Dnipro River continued in September, marking the current frontline in that area.
The British government designated Wagner as a terrorist group. Being part of or supporting Wagner is now a crime in the UK, punishable by up to 14 years in prison.
Russia warns blocking WhatsApp after it unveiled a new channel feature that resembles Telegram's. The Roskomnadzor, Russia's state censor’s proposal showcasing the Kremlin's push to tighten its grip on media, according to ISW’s daily report.
A key Russian paratrooper regiment lost its commander in combat in Ukraine, making him the unit's second officer to be killed this year, the Institute for the Study of War said in an update.
The Ukrainian attack on the Sevastopol shipyard has destroyed two key Russian warships, undermining Moscow's Black Sea capabilities. This significantly affects Russia's ability to strike further targets in Ukraine.
The European Council extended existing sanctions on Russians for the next 6 months for threatening Ukraine's sovereignty, remaining nearly 1 800 Russians under travel bans and asset freezes until March 2024.
Ukraine damaged Russian navy ships - a large landing craft and a submarine - and port infrastructure, in a missile attack on the Russia-occupied Crimean city of Sevastopol, Ukrainian officials said on 13 September.