Petro Poroshenko

Petro Poroshenko pushed back on Trump's unsupported claim that Biden pressured Ukraine to shut down a probe into a company connected to his son.
“We never ever spoke about commercial companies” with any U.S. official, said former Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko.
Zelenskiy's apparent landslide victory is a bitter blow for incumbent Petro Poroshenko.
The strong showing reflects the public longing for a fresh leader who has no links to the corruption-ridden Ukrainian political elite.
Kiev accused pro-Russian rebels of resuming artillery bombardments on the town of Avdiyivka.
Two years ago, during my first research trip to Kyiv, I had the honor of meeting one of Maidan's most dedicated youth activists
The U.S. is working with Minister Avakov of the Interior Department, which has also raised eyebrows. Foreign Policy writes
"Babi Yar spans a large area," Zissels told me in Kyiv during an interview. "It's difficult to observe what's happening there
Of the many foreign policy pots and pans left neglected on the next President's stove, the one marked "Ukraine" may be ready to boil over.
While it would certainly be premature to predict the disintegration of the European Union at this point, the United Kingdom's recent departure from the bloc via "Brexit" referendum certainly casts a dark shadow over the continent's political future.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko was implicated in the Panama Papers over his creation of an offshore account. How damaging
The future of Europe is being decided this week in the Netherlands. Perhaps you thought that the European Union’s fate would
As Kazakhstan's economic growth has slowed due to the ongoing recession in Russia, low oil prices and steep currency devaluation
Another meeting with Petro Poroshenko at the presidential palace in Kiev -- in the same office with the slightly kitschy decor in which he has received me on previous occasions. He is under strain but unperturbed.
Amidst the emergence of politically-right-wing forces in Kiev, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko claims to be shocked and outraged by recent violence.
How extreme will politics have to get before the Ukrainian establishment stands up to the far right? If the political mainstream doesn't act soon, Kiev's relationships with key diplomatic partners and even Poland could be severely tarnished.
Even as the conflict with Russian-backed separatists smolders, Kiev has ratcheted up a no less ferocious PR war. Hoping to bolster its case against Moscow, Ukraine as well as the country's foreign Diaspora have zeroed in on the Stalinist-induced famine of 1932-33.
The Kyiv Post reported on July 15, 2015, that Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers had registered draft legislation to establish Ukraine Tomorrow, a state-owned foreign broadcasting company. Ukraine Tomorrow strives to be Ukraine's answer to Russia Today.