UKRAINE

01/20/2005

Yushchenko to launch Ukraine's bid to join EU

Hot on the heels of his scheduled inauguration as president of Ukraine this weekend, Viktor Yushchenko aims to launch a campaign to bring his country into the EU.

The EU's new neighbours

Ukraine's president-elect, Viktor Yushchenko, pla
01/14/2005

MEPs raise EU membership prospect for Ukraine

In Short:

The Parliament has given overwhelming support to a resolution that would offer a "clear European perspective" to Ukraine. The Commission, however, says that Kiev's membership is "not on the agenda".

In a non-binding vote, the
12/29/2004

OSCE Chairman-in-Office congratulates Ukrainian people on conduct of presidential election

SOFIA, 29 December 2004 - The OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Solomon Passy, has congratulated the Ukrainian people on the conduct of the repeat second round of the presidential election held on 26 December, in anticipation of the
12/22/2004

UKRAINE: A DELEGATION OF THE TRANSNATIONAL RADICAL PARTY AND OTHER RADICAL ASSOCIATIONS WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE INTERNATIONAL MONITORING OF THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS IN UKRAINE.

FROM DECEMBER 23 TO 28 THE DELEGATION WILL HAVE MEETINGS WITH INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES AND MEMBERS OF THE OPPOSITION

Rome, 22 December 2004

From December 23 to 28, a delegation composed by Matteo Mecacci, TRP UN Representative, Nic
12/05/2004

Our Man at Ukraine's Orange Revolution

To many New Yorkers following Ukraine's "Orange Revolution," recent victories for democracy in Kiev, however welcome, seem far-removed from their daily lives.
Not to Adrian Karatnycky.
As a senior scholar at the pro-democracy organization Freed
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