The Chornobyl exclusion zone will be closed for tourists starting February 19.
'Bukvy' looked back at the history of such claims that definitely raised eyebrows in Washington and Brussels.
As fears rising over possible Russia’s attack and many reports pinning coming Wednesday as an invasion date, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky used his video address to the nation on Monday to offer a pep talk and call for ‘unity’ in the face of threats.
Ukrainian diplomat remarks over possible backtracking of Kyiv on NATO membership drew swift blowback from ‘European Solidarity’ leaders.
In an interview for BBC Radio 5, Ukraine’s ambassador to the UK Vadym Prystaiko admitted Kyiv can be ‘flexible’ on Ukraine’s ‘ambitions’ to join NATO in the light of unraveling situation on its borders.
The SBU issued a statement urging Ukrainians to ‘keep a cool head’ and not to fall for provocations seeking to unravel the situation in Ukraine ‘playing into hands of enemies’.
Dmytro Kuleba reveals what can help Russia get its relations with Ukraine back on track.