Ivan Marchuk, "The Awakening"

Dear friends of Ukraine, 


​You'll find a complete account of the latest information in Newsletter No.220.

​Here are the highlights.

NATO officially gives Ukraine aspiring member status.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko reiterates that Kyiv is seeking a Membership Action Plan (MAP), formal step toward joining NATO.

Week's balance: 4G licenses worth UAH 5.4 billion, Gazprom's Stockholm syndrome, and hryvnia ascent.

European Commission endorses proposal for new macro-financial assistance for Ukraine worth €1 bln.

Investments in Ukrainian IT startups tripled in 2017 – Report.

18 Ukrainian companies in the global top-100 IT services providers.

Prime Minister of Poland called possible next victims of Russia.

Russia positioned for "short-notice conventional war" with Ukraine – study. Moscow also remains well-prepared to conduct a hybrid warfare intervention in the Baltics similar to what they did in Ukraine after the Maidan Revolution.

Hackers steal documents from German govt servers on Brexit, talks with Ukraine, Belarus.

Fake Western experts as a propaganda tool on Russian TV.

The inside story of how Hungary became close to Putin.

When the people of Donetsk stood up for united Ukraine

When the people of Donetsk stood up for united Ukraine.2014

Mogherini: Russia is no longer strategic partner of the EU; EU not to recognize results of elections in Crimea.

Ukrainian prisoner-exchange organizer accused of plotting to kill Poroshenko. Ruban organized illegal supply of first batch of weapons in Nov 2017 – SBU chief.

Determined to defend, Ukrainian soldiers take their skills to the next level.

Fearless female soldiers are transforming Ukraine’s military for the better.

Russia protects suspected Maidan killers “for reasons of national security” while abducting Maidan activists.

About 100 Russian snipers have arrived in the temporarily occupied territory of Donbas over the past month.

Yanukovych switches story about letter Putin used to justify Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine.

Poroshenko calls on international observers not to go to ‘election’ in Crimea.

Occupation authorities in Crimea exert pressure on Mejlis on the eve of Russia’s presidential election.

Putin visiting occupied Crimea on March 14, prior to presidential election.

Centuries-old Crimean art of Ornek being revived in Kyiv

Exploring the history and music of Ukraine's National Anthem.

Videographers of Revolution of Dignity receive National Taras Shevchenko Prize.

The 23rd Antarctic expedition is setting off to the Ukrainian Antarctic Station


Please read more about the new developments in Ukraine in Newsletter No.220.  

My name is Kyi. Not Kie. That's why my city is called Kyiv

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