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6 JulyBreaking news
Thus, Russians will try to let water from the Dnipro flow into the North Crimean Canal
16 September, 2019Breaking news
A graduation ceremony for Ukrainian sailors was held Sept 14
10 July, 2019Breaking news
The Russian destroyer Smetlivy has reportedly entered the area closed for navigation
29 March, 2019Breaking news
The commander of a NATO maritime group said Dutch, Spanish, Canadian, Turkish, Romanian and Bulgarian frigates entered the Black Sea on Thursday
16 January, 2019Breaking news
A court in Moscow ruled on Wednesday that four Ukrainian sailors seized by Russia last year off the coast of Crimea should be kept in pre-trial detention until April 24
25 November, 2018Breaking news
Ukraine has accused Russia of ramming one of its boats off the coast of the annexed Crimea, amid rising tensions
28 September, 2018Breaking news
The handover ceremony took place on Thursday at the U.S. Coast Guard Yard in Baltimore
27 September, 2018Breaking news
Hostilities in the Sea of Azov are heating up, and the U.S. is increasing its involvement
23 September, 2018Breaking news
According to journalists, the two Ukrainian vessels are now in front of the Kerch Strait Bridge from the Taman peninsula to Russian-occupied Crimea
23 March, 2014History
The Ukrainian Navy in the Crimea has long traditions. In 1771, the Cossacks jointly with the Russian army and with the support of Zaporizhzhian Cossack boats overcame the short-lived resistance of the Turks and Tatars and conquered the peninsula. The tsarist Black Sea fleet was built primarily in the shipyards of Mykolaiv and Kherson, and many Ukrainians were its admirals, officers and seamen. In 1917-18, part of the fleet was Ukrainianized and pledged allegiance to the Central Rada.
22 October, 2013Security
Squeezed between two power blocs, Ukraine will inevitably join one. It cannot afford its non-aligned status and the upcoming military reform will not help
22 October, 2013Security
The new military reform entails a transfer to a volunteer professional army in 2014 and a significant reduction in military personnel. In reality, it seems to be nothing more than an attempt to save money
12 April, 2012History
Ukraine’s Navy, set up 20 years ago, is struggling to survive
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The Ukrainian Week met with General (ret.) Ben Hodges, former commander of United States Army Europe, now a Pershing Chair in Strategic Studies at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) to discuss possible Russian attack on Ukraine, Western answer on such actions, and the problems of the Black Sea region
day before yesterday, Yuriy Lapayev,
Missile defence operators had failed to recalibrate their systems, Tehran says
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With European Union destinations still off-limits for Ukrainian tourists, the country’s own Black Sea and Azov Sea resorts are experiencing an early summer boom as Ukrainians seek out holiday options closer to home
10 July, ,
Why racial problems split British society
9 July, Michael Binyon,
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