KYIV Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy addressed the nation in two videos on Thursday, his first appearance since being hospitalised after testing positive for COVID-19 this week.
KYIV Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy announced on Monday he had tested positive for the coronavirus, and the finance minister, the defence minister and Zelensky's top aide were also reported to be infected.
KYIV Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy warned on Monday that foreign aid loans and a visa-free deal with the European Union were under threat if parliament did not restore anti-corruption reforms, saying the country could slide into "bloody chaos".
* Ruling party will back new reform legislation: lawmaker
(Adds president's quote, lawmaker comment)
KYIV, Oct 29 President Volodymyr Zelenskiy
promised swift action on Thursday and warned Ukraine could lose
international aid and support after a Constitutional Court this
week ruled to abolish some anti-corruption laws.
KYIV An American woman working at the U.S. embassy in Ukraine's capital Kyiv died after a suspected assault in a park near the mission, authorities said, and a search was underway for the possible perpetrator. | Video
KYIV Ukraine must work "constructively" with the International Monetary Fund to secure 1.2 billion euros from the European Union to cope with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, the EU's top diplomat said on Tuesday.
KYIV, Sept 22 Ukraine must work "constructively"
with the International Monetary Fund to secure 1.2 billion euros
from the European Union to cope with the economic fallout of the
coronavirus pandemic, the EU's top diplomat said on Tuesday.
KYIV Belarusian authorities drove prominent opposition leader Maria Kolesnikova to the border with Ukraine on Tuesday, a day after she was snatched from the street in Minsk, but she tore up her passport so they could not force her to cross, two of her allies said. | Video
Kiew In Belarus ist die führende Oppositionelle Maria Kolesnikowa nach Behördenangaben an der Grenze zur Ukraine festgesetzt worden.