Donald Trump has named six possible vice presidential candidates, all of whom have either opposed, questioned, or reduced US aid to Ukraine.
Ukraine will have to focus on holding the front against Russia’s offensive, as it lacks the resources and support to regain lost territory, according to Anton Hofreiter.
Sky News has discovered that Russia is importing British high-tech equipment and components through third countries, despite Western sanctions.
The Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, has revealed his list of potential running mates, who have all expressed negative or doubtful views on US aid to Ukraine and positive or appeasing views on Russia and its president.
Russia continues to multiply war crimes by killing civilians in eastern Ukraine.
The Ukrainian president urges his Polish counterpart and the prime minister to join him at the border, where Polish farmers have been protesting and disrupting trade and travel since 20 February 2024.
The range of the Iranian missiles that Russia has received is up to 700 kilometers.
Russia has increased its Iskander missile launchers the Ukrainian border and has a huge ground force of about 470,000 servicemen on the territory of Ukraine, according to Ukraine's intelligence.
According to a survey by the Razumkov Center, a majority of Ukrainians are optimistic about the outcome of the war with Russia, but only 20% think it will end by the end of this year, while 40% think it will take one or two more years.
As Russia took Avdiivka amid Ukraine’s battlefield scarcity, messaging in Munich was perplexingly mixed: allies acknowledged that a World War was looming, but avoided clear commitments to the one country that is fighting it.
Except for the agreements in cooperation in education, technology, and ecology, one of the signed documents includes a convention to avoid double taxation, which Ukraine's Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal described as "extremely important for Japanese businesses planning new projects in Ukraine."
Weekly Frontline Update: Russian forces advance on eastern front, Ukraine takes out Russia’s warships and aircraft
After capturing the Ukrainian stronghold of Avdiivka in the Donetsk Oblast, Russia is preparing a new offensive on the southern front.
The second episode of Ukraine Talks delves into the motives and risks behind Russia’s plan to launch nuclear weapons into orbit, the strategic and political consequences of the Ukrainian troops’ retreat from the frontline town of Avdiivka, Navalny's death and US military aid to Ukraine.
The partnership between Ukraine and NATO takes a step forward with the establishment of a joint center, focusing on advancing defense analysis, training, and education.
It is the fourth landing ship from Russia’s Black Sea Fleet that Ukraine's military has sunk since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion.
Ukraine received and used the GLSDB, a bomb that can pierce reinforced concrete and has various guidance options, without announcing it, leaving the Russian forces stunned by the new weapon.
Ukraine's Defense Minister announced the launch of several coalitions to boost the Ukrainian air and missile defense, artillery, drones, and mine action.
The defense ministers of Germany and France established a coalition that will help Ukraine improve its air defense capabilities, which are crucial for defending its territory and countering Russia’s aggression, which involves constant air strikes.
As Russia intensifies its offensive in eastern Ukraine, the Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces attends the meeting of the contact group on Ukraine’s defense in the Ramstein format, seeking urgent support from over 50 allies.