Ukraine News Today June 6, 2017: Four Ukrainian soldiers wounded amid 77 enemy attacks in Donbas; Russians name U.S., Ukraine main foes – poll; Ukraine launches two new passenger trains to Poland

Four Ukrainian soldiers wounded amid 77 enemy attacks in last day Russia's hybrid military forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in Donbas 77 times in the past 24 hours with four Ukrainian soldiers reported as wounded in action, according to the press service of

Poland: Russian air controllers contributed to 2010 plane crash

Poland’s National Prosecutor Marek Kuczynski said there is “no doubt” that one of the causes of the crash was the behavior of those in the control tower. He said they were guilty of “deliberately causing a catastrophe”, Joinfo.com reports with reference to

Ukraine News Today Mar. 29, 2017: All Polish consulates in Ukraine closed to visitors Wednesday following Lutsk incident; Investigators say shelling of Polish Consulate in Lutsk may be terrorist attack – Security Service

All Polish consulates in Ukraine closed to visitors Wednesday following Lutsk incident In the wake of the overnight provocation involving a Lutsk-based Polish Consulate General being shot at with a grenade launcher, all Polish consulates in five Ukrainian cities suspended their operations on

EU summit: Poland cries blackmail over subsidies

At the end of an EU summit, she said it was unacceptable for Francois Hollande to threaten to stop funds because Poland was "not behaving properly", Joinfo.com reports with reference to the BBC. Poland had tried but failed to stop Mr Tusk's

Ukraine News Today Jan. 26, 2017: Ukraine-Poland relations depend on lifting of Przemysl mayor’s entry ban; 3 soldiers wounded in Donbas; water supply solution sought for attacked Donbas villages

Ukraine Crisis: Militants launched 48 attacks on positions of the Anti-Terrorist Operation Forces in eastern Ukraine over the past 24 hours, 3 soldiers wounded in action In the Donetsk sector, militants fired 120mm and 82mm mortars on Avdiyivka, Zaitseve and Troitske. The villages

Poland urges Ukraine to investigate WWII massacre monument destruction

"The Polish embassy in Kyiv handed a note of protest to the Ukrainian side on 10 January. It is stressed in the note that such attacks and incidents should be investigated and punished, as they pose a threat to the Polish-Ukrainian relations,"

Ukrainian Ukrzaliznytsia, Polish PKP Energetyka sign agreement on cooperation

According to a press release from the Polish company, both signatories declared cooperation in the most important segments of activities, intend to focus on joint business projects, as well as exchange of knowledge and experience of both companies, Interfax-Ukraine reports. "The potential

Ukrainian President regrets Polish Sejm decision on Volyn tragedy, urges Poland to jointly evaluate historic events

"I regret the Polish Sejm's decision. I know many would like to use it for political speculation," President Poroshenko wrote on Facebook on Friday, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to Interfax-Ukraine. He also called on Poland for mutual forgiveness and joint evaluation

Polish MPs adopt resolution calling 1940s massacre genocide

The resolution - backed by 432 deputies, with no votes against and 10 deputies abstaining - refers to the Volhynia Massacre, a black page in Polish-Ukrainian relations, Radio Poland reports. The Volhynia region, which was within Polish borders prior to World War

Ukraine and Poland signed Protocol on military technical cooperation

In the framework of the Warsaw NATO Summit, Minister of Defence of Ukraine Stepan Poltorak and Minister of National Defence of the Republic of Poland Antoni Macierewiecz during a meeting signed the Protocol on bilateral military technical cooperation, Joinfo.ua reports with reference