Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi has instructed Chief of the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces Ruslan Khomchak to take personal control of the investigation into the circumstances of the crash of a military helicopter.
Ukraine will purchase 24 modern light patrol helicopters for the State Border Guard Service, President Petro Poroshenko has said.
Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (NSDC), Oleksandr Turchynov, deems promising the use of the modern domestic helicopters for the needs of both the security and civilian sectors of the country.
Mi-8 helicopter crash that occurred in Kremenchuk, the Poltava region, on Jan. 25 claimed lives of four crew members.
The head of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine Myroslav Prodan presented the amounts of shadow VAT that might possibly appear in Ukraine's economy.
Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko has expressed his anger regarding the courts' decisions that chose mild restrictive measures for former taxmen detained several days ago.
The Ministry of Defense has unveiled the names of Ukrainian officers who died in the crash of a Mi-2 military helicopter in the Donetsk region on March 26.
Colonel Viktor Kalytych, 54, was killed in the Mi-2 helicopter crash near Kramatorsk on Sunday, March 26.
On Wednesday morning, March 1, five U.S. Black Hawk helicopters were delivered to Latvia as part of Operation Atlantic Resolve.
In 2016, Konotop Aircraft Repair Plant ”Aviakon,” a subsidiary of Ukroboronprom (Ukrainian defense production) state concern, repaired and modernized more than two dozen military helicopters.
Syrian rebels destroyed a helicopter with a TOW missile, which belonged to the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in Hama province.