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The 5th Eastern Partnership (EaP) summit in Brussels on 24 November, 2017.
November was marked by the “anti-corruption scandals”
The Crimean Tatar leaders and Mejlis representatives, who had been illegally detained in the occupied Crimea, were released and flown to Turkey.
«Breakthrough” at the Poland–Ukraine border: current opposition shows its readiness for the radical measures for the early elections
Ukrainian, Moldovan and Georgian share in the EU’s foreign trade is still insignificant
Ukraine – EU Summit ended with no common statement
The meeting of President Poroshenko with U.S. President Donald Trump is already a positive result
The document on visa liberalization with the EU for Ukrainians was signed
The West put a blind eye on the fact that the Russian Federation never accepted the domination of the Western liberal democratic values and their influence on the world order
“Ukraine vs. Russia” at the International Court of Justice
The arrest of the Head of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine became one of the first high-profile corruption cases.
After a relative lull in January, February for Ukraine was rich with various events. Most of them had a unifying topic, namely the situation in Donbas and certain areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions
The Ukrainian side outlined clear red lines regarding the solution of the conflict with Russia
We are building a bridge between the Eastern Partnership countries —the intellectual one.
Despite the political instability, Ukraine continued advancing on the path of reforms