Ukraine and the US

Kremlin: Nord Stream 2 doesn't threaten anyone

The Kremlin categorically disagrees with the position of Washington and Kiev that the Nord Stream 2 project poses a threat to someone, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF). …

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Biden-Zelensky meeting moved up to August 31

The upcoming meeting between Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden has been moved up from August 30 to August 31 due to an expanded program of the Ukrainian leader’s visit which now involves one-on-one …

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U.S. says NATO ‘door remains open’ to Ukraine

U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration is committed to keeping NATO’s door open for countries that want to join once they are ready and able to meet the necessary commitments, the White House has said. White House …

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Blinken affirms 'unwavering support' for Ukraine

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken affirmed the United States’ "unwavering support" for Ukraine’s territorial integrity as it faces aggression from Russia in a meeting on Tuesday with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro …

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Moscow and Washington discussed Ukraine situation

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Russian and U.S. officials have discussed the situation in southeastern Ukraine, where a recent uptick in violence and an increased Russian troop presence across the border have heightened …

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U.S. approves selling 16 patrol boats to Ukraine

The U.S. State Department has approved the possible sale to Ukraine of up to 16 Mark VI patrol boats and equipment for an estimated $600 million, according to a statement from the Defense Security Cooperation Agency. "The proposed …

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U.S. to provide additional $125 million to Ukraine

The Pentagon has notified Congress that Ukraine's government has made the necessary progress on key institutional reforms, thereby justifying an additional $125 million in new military assistance, including patrol boats armed with …

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Trump extends anti-Russia sanctions for one year

U.S President Donald Trump has prolonged sanctions for one year on Russia imposed in March, 2014 over Crimea. "The actions and policies addressed in these Executive Orders continue to pose an unusual and …

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U.S. to Ukraine: Crimea to remain part of Russia

Crimea is lost for Ukraine forever, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said at a private meeting held in Kiev as part of the Secretary of State’s visit. According to media reports, this position was …

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Trump assesses his relations with Russia

U.S. President Donald Trump said he has very good relationship with Russia, according to the White House website. "My relationship with Russia is very good...People don’t understand: I get along, but nobody …

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