The U.S. Department of State is going to provide $10 million to further build Ukraine’s naval capabilities "in response to Russia’s dangerous escalation and unjustified Nov. 25 attack on three Ukrainian naval vessels near the Kerch Strait."
US lawyer and political strategist Yuri Vanetik insists that only together Americans can cure the nation's ills.
Ukraine’s Ambassador to the United States Valerii Chalyi says the U.S. House of Representatives has adopted as many as three resolutions concerning Ukraine at a time.
U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine Negotiations Kurt Volker says the U.S. and European countries may beef up sanctions against Russia or impose additional ones over captured Ukrainian sailors and seizure of vessels.
Both parties view Ukraine as an ally, support sanctions against Russia. Likewise, both parties do not trust Ukraine’s politicians and believe that the rule of law in Ukraine is seriously compromised.
America's position regarding the Kerch Strait incident is very clear: the Russian Federation must return to Ukraine its vessels and detained crewmembers.
With power in Washington divided, House Democrats are likely to try to block the president’s agenda and use their power to investigate him and his administration.
Russia’s seizure of three Ukrainian ships in the Sea of Azov in contradiction to signed treaties and the Law of the Sea show that Russia cannot be counted on to keep its word.
It is projected that the turnout could be the highest for any midterm year since the 1960s. Election of Donald Trump has polarized the voters and caused them to become more engaged. This goes for both sides of the political spectrum.
U.S. Senators Roger Wicker, R-Miss., Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., Chris Coons, D-Del., and Marco Rubio, R-Fla., members of the Helsinki Commission, issued the following joint statement, urging the Trump Administration and members of Interpol’s General Assembly to oppose the candidacy of Alexander Prokopchuk of Russia to serve as the President of Interpol.
The U.S. and Ukraine are in "close discussion" for Washington to supply another batch of lethal weapons to repell attacks by the Russian-led forces in Ukraine's Donbas region.
The United States and the European Commission are engaging in serious debate on possible sanctions on Russian ports in the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea region.
U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry says America may still impose sanctions on Russia over the construction of an underwater natural-gas pipeline to Germany through the Baltic Sea.
The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley Thursday said Russia wants to lift banking restrictions on North Korea put in place to try to curb Pyongyang's nuclear program, but the United States would not let that happen.
The Office of Foreign Assets Control of the U.S. Department of the Treasury has officially announced the introduction of new restrictions against Russia in pursuance of the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act.
A senior U.S. state department official says sanctions against Russia need to remain in place until the Kremlin shows the behavioural change.
U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch stressed the need to identify and prosecute the perpetrators, masterminds and paymasters of the attack on activist and Kherson mayor's aide Kateryna Handziuk.
Leonid Kuchma, the second president of Ukraine (1994-2005) says it is very unlikely that the United States will get involved in talks in Minsk, Belarus, to settle down the situation in the Donbas.
NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, expressed concern about the growing number of Russian missiles deployed in Europe which are capable of carrying nuclear warheads.