Ukraine's ex-president Viktor Yanukovych has been indicted for state treason for facilitating Russian aggression. But the fugitive leader, who fled to Russia in February 2014, is unlikely to stand trial any time soon.
Giant 36,000-tonned structure encloses block destroyed in world's worst nuclear accident in 1986.
EU member states agreed that Ukraine is ready for a visa-free regime with the bloc.
Reforms will bring the Ukrainian power sector into line with EU regulations, ushering in modernisation of infrastructure and ultimately lower production costs – if the government can get the changes past the oligarchs.
Post-Euromaidan state prosecutors continue to have links to money laundering and organised crime, leaked documents show.
The central bank deputy governor claims the NBU’s interest rate policy proved “very successful” in 2016.
NBU chief accuses ex-PM of seeking regime change to empower political forces that support owners of failed banks and will ignore their debts.
bne’s Despair Index values are contained in most developed countries of the world and many of the former Eastern Bloc countries have scores on a par with their Western peers. But the share of poverty remains too high in many countries.
Police reform architect steps down on eve of demonstrations due to take place in the capital Kyiv and other cities.
Kyiv so far rejects EU-backed proposal to create a special status region in Donbas to break the impasse with Russia and end fighting there.
If Trump really decides to cozy up to Russia and President Vladimir Putin, Ukraine could find itself as the ‘wedding present’ in this ‘marriage’.
Despite fears that shock election result can embolden Russia in its actions towards Ukraine, officials in Kyiv are taking a wait-and-see approach.
Unpredictability is never an asset in foreign or defence policy, so the election of the mercurial Donald Trump to the US presidency is already causing conniptions in European capitals, especially those of Central Europe.
Turkey is at the bottom of the World Justice Project Rule of Law Index 2016 but only just above Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine.
What’s left for Saakashvili? With his options of first resort, such as a triumphant return to Georgia, no longer in the offing, Misha has chosen the last remaining road available to him: Ukrainian national politics.
Former Georgian leader claims Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is defending corrupt clans in the strategic Black Sea region.
With tighter regulatory rules looming, life is not going to get any easier for the region’s banks.
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