Orysia Hrudka is a journalist, book reviewer, researcher, and communications manager for Krytyka Journal and Publishing House. She does her research on the public impact of social media and self-writing practices of diaries and letters, and mentors teenagers' local initiatives at Agents of Change School. She got her Political Science degree at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy and her Journalism degree at the Ukrainian Catholic University.
Stoltenberg asserts that the Russian President's actions have ironically brought Ukraine closer to NATO than ever before.
The last takeoff of A-50U occurred on February 23 at 15:50 from the Ahtubinsk airfield.
British Defence Minister emphasized the significance of this support, stating, "They cannot win this fight without the support of the international community."
“No one believed, but Ukraine believed,” Ukraine’s Com-in-Chief about anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion
"Between weapons and evacuation, we chose weapons," Syrskyi says about the beginning of Russian full-scale attack.
As Ukraine's defensive forces withdraw from Avdiivka, Foreign Minister Kuleba exposes the heavy toll exacted on Russia.
Russian official hinted at the possibility of a drone being the cause of the fire.
President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, the Prime Ministers of Italy, Canada, and Belgium arrived in Kyiv on February 24, 2024.
Unconfirmed reports hint at a Russian Su-34 crash in Genichesk district.
Over three Ukrainian oblasts, 12 Russian Shahed drones and two Kh-59 missiles were destroyed.
Navalny's spokesperson, Kira Yarmysh, hasn't confirmed his death, while Kremlin representative Dmitry Peskov states Putin is informed
Ukrainian police identify 875 of 1,008 killed people in areas of Kharkiv Oblast that were occupied by Russia in 2022
The police also registered almost 17,000 war crimes committed by Russian soldiers on Kharkiv Oblast.
Ukrainian exports by its sea corridor reach 22 million tons of cargo despite Russian infrastructure attacks
Secured sea export routes became the result of Ukrainian successful operations against the Russian Black Sea Fleet, which had blocked Ukrainian ports at the beginning of the war.
Russians are less than 1 km from the Avdiivka supply road; Ukraine’s general says no decision to retreat
Russian troops started urban fighting in the Ukrainian frontline city of Avdiivka a week ago and have advanced by nearly 1 kilometer, almost reaching the supply road on the northern flank.
The new team is expected to continue introducing technological upgrades in the military faster while also creating a new system of rotations and making the rear staff work more effectively.
Some of the drones hit agriculture terminals in Mykolativ Oblast. All of the drones heading toward Kyiv were shot down, as per Ukrainian authorities.
Although Ukraine has made significant progress in anti-corruption measures, the country is still perceived as highly corrupted, a viewpoint exacerbated by media emphasis and a deep-seated distrust among citizens in state institutions.
Head of Presidential Office Andriy Yermak also participated in the meeting.
Greek PM talked to Zelenskyy after Blinken proposed Greece transfer equipment for Ukraine in exchange for US supplies
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis had a telephone conversation with the president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, two days after the US offered $200 million in supplies to Greece to facilitate its arms transfers to Ukraine.
Defense cooperation: Ukraine’s Defense minister outlines new agreements with the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium and Baltic states
In particular, Ukraine and Belgium "signed six documents on cooperation in the defense industry" to establish joint production in Ukraine