Ukraine Celebrates Embassy Festival 2023 this week

Ukraine celebrated the Embassy Festival this week on Sunday, September 3, 2023, and Monday, September 4, 2023, which presented a deep sense of Ukrainian Culture and traditions.

Deputy Permanent Secretary Maria Zabolotskaya addresses UNSC Meeting

The Deputy Permanent Representative from the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zabolotskaya addressed at an "Arria-formula" meeting of UNSC members “Reinforcing the implementation of the Youth, Peace, and Security Agenda for a peaceful and stable Africa” on Monday, August 28, 2023.

Ukraine: President Volodymyr Zelenskyy extends gratitude for volunteering help to Odesa

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, extended his heartfelt gratitude and thanked all the volunteers who stood up firmly with Odesa and helped the victims to be rescued and taken to a safer place.

Ukraine: USAID supports people affected by Khakovka Dam’s destruction

Kherson, Ukraine: The United States Department of State in Ukraine is working with partners to help and serve the lives of people affected by the Khakovka Dam's destruction. The United States Department of State provided fuel for evacuations from flooded areas.

Armed General Forces of Ukraine extends pleasure on contributions of journalists on Journalist’s Day

The Armed General Forces of Ukraine extended their heartfelt pleasure and gratitude to all the journalists on Jornalist's Day today, Tuesday, June 6, 2023, and shared their contributions to disseminating information to the people.

Ukraine Embassy shares Global Soft Power Index 2023 report

The Embassy of Ukraine in Belgium shared the World's most comprehensive study based on the nation brands 'Global Soft Power Index' 2023 in Ukraine. Global Soft Power is a study based on people's perceptions of national brands in Ukraine.

Russia: President Putin to deploy tactical nukes in Belarus

Russian President Vladimir Putin has increased his nuclear threats against the West by sending Iskander ballistic missiles armed with tactical nuclear weapons to its ally Belarus

Brussels: Teddy bears & toys placed in front of European Commission building

The symbolic action led by members of Avaaz and Ukrainian refugees was meant to be a reminder of the thousands of Ukrainian children Russian forces have relocated to camps since Russia launched its war of aggression against Ukraine a year ago

General Pat Ryder: Pentagon to develop strong relations with Indian army

In a news conference on Friday, US Brigadier General Pat Ryder, the Pentagon's press secretary, stated that the US and India have a strong partnership and that the US looks forward to strengthening its ties with the Indian military

Failed Russian assault near Vuhledar displays poorly-trained Russian troops

Russian military bloggers likely blame Russian commanders for de-emphasizing that the imperfect systemic training of Russian mobilized personnel will continue in similar collapses throughout Ukraine, according to the ISW

Russia blames Ukraine for using restricted chemical weapons

Russia's official Investigative Committee investigates the alleged use of chemical weapons by Ukrainian forces near the eastern Ukrainian villages of Soledar and Bakhmut. Moscow is looking into the matter even though the Ukrainian Armed Forces say they have never used chemical weapons

France: President Macron congratulated French football team after its triumph against Denmark

President Emanuel Macron complimented the French football team for their second straight victory over Denmark in Qatar World Cup 2022. By dominating Group D, the 2018 Champions have advanced to the Round of 16.

Info about whether missile attack was from Russia is unconfirmed yet; will ensure proper investigation: Prezydenta

Kancelaria Prezydenta, chancellor of Poland, has recently issued his statement on Tuesday's missile attack on Poland, which leads to the death of two Poland nationalists on a farm near the Ukrainian border

Up to 2,000 Ukrainian army will be welcomed in France for training, says minister

The Minister of French Armed Forces, Sebastien Lecornu, made a statement during an interview that, "These 'Ukrainian' soldiers will be seconded to our units for several weeks."

Tag: Russia-Ukraine Crisis

Notre-Dame Restoration Nears Completion: A Testament to Resilience and Renewal

According to Philippe Jost, president of the overseeing public establishment, Notre-Dame's grand reopening is set for December 8, 2024. President Macron's vision to rebuild it "even more beautiful" nears fulfillment

Macron Assures Paris Olympics Will Proceed Amid Security Concerns: Plans for Plan B and Plan C Unveiled

Macron disclosed backup plans, including relocating the event to Trocadero Square, opposite the Eiffel Tower. This alternative aims to ensure the ceremony's iconic backdrop while addressing security concerns

Ageing Paris Metro Braces for Olympic Onslaught: 7 Million Visitors Expected

"It's really difficult, and we're not even at the Olympics yet when there are millions of people on it," she remarked, echoing the sentiments of commuters grappling with reduced services since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020

Dr Terrance Drew appreciates wife Diani Jimesha’s philanthropic initiatives

Diani visited several schools and daycares, including KeBabies Child Development and Lousia Grant Pre School in Conaree, Vera’s Day Care and Cayon Day Care in Cayon, Nana’s house and St. Peter’s Day Care in St Peter’s

France Bolsters Olympic Security with 2,000 Foreign Officers Amid Heightened Threats

The decision to bolster security comes in the wake of the tragic incident in Moscow on March 22, where an attack claimed by the Islamic State (IS) group resulted in the loss of at least 144 lives