Twitter | Search | |
Kyiv Post
The award-winning Kyiv Post is the top source of English-language news about Ukraine since 1995.
39,943
Tweets
868
Following
180,625
Followers
Tweets
Kyiv Post 2h
UK lawyers and campaigners will rely on reports showing overwhelming evidence that over 156,000 Russian social media accounts were actively posting, tweeting about Brexit during the vote.
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post 2h
Speaking in the parliament on Nov. 20, Ukrainian lawmaker Stanislav Berezkin called the fraud case allegations against him “a bad detective story full of fiction but lacking facts.”
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post 5h
Speaking at a Nov. 19 press conference, Mogherini, the high representative of the EU and VP of the European Commission. said EU has “full unity” in opposition to Nov. 11 Russian elections in Donbas & growing militarization of the Azov Sea.
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post 7h
Washington Post: Washington Post: There is a wolf at Interpol’s door, the agency should not let him take over
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post 9h
Ukraine’s Orthodox churches are about to unify officially and form a Ukrainian church independent of Russia, cutting religious ties dating from the 17th century.
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post 9h
Alexander Prokopchuk, a former major general at the Russian Interior Ministry, is likely to be elected as president of Interpol – the international police organization – as early as Nov. 21.
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post 9h
As Ukraine’s 2019 elections approach, Moscow’s interests have come into greater focus, Markian Kuzmowycz writes. ,
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 19
Ruslan Koshulynskyi, deputy leader of Svoboda Party was selected by several nationalist organizations as a joint candidate for president in 2019. This may drive a wedge between the Svoboda & Right Sector on one side and National Corps on the other.
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 19
Pavlo Stanchak, the vice president of Ukrtransgas, the government-owned company operating Ukraine’s gas transmission system, said during Ukraine Energy Week that the country was extracting 59 million cubic meters of gas a day.
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 19
Ukraine relies on innovative strategies to counter Russian aggression. Economic sanctions, cutting-edge weaponry. Join our panel on “Innovations in Security and Defense” at the 7th Tiger Conference on Dec. 11, at the Intercontinental Kyiv.
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 19
OP-ED: Halya Coynash argues that the appointment of the new Russian official Alexander Prokopchuk will surely "signal a major victory for Russia and a grave blow to the Kremlin’s political enemies and the many victims of persecution..."
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 19
The board of judges presiding over the state treason trial of Viktor Yanukovych decided Monday to postpone his statement to the court until Dec. 5. On trial for state treason, he reportedly sustained his injuries over the weekend.
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 19
The Russia-friendly Opposition Platform has chosen Yuriy Boyko as its candidate in the 2019 presidential elections, the party announced on Nov. 17.
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 19
Mustafa Nayyem, has seen up close the way the hopes of young, passionate reformers can be thwarted by the forces of an old and corrupt system—a dilemma that faces movements for change across the world right now, Anna Nemtsova writes.
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 18
Four easy ways to keep Kyiv cleaner
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 18
Ukraine still stuck with land-sales moratorium
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 18
Political parties splurge on ads for presidential candidates
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 18
UnionPay, Chinese rival of Visa and Mastercard, to enter Ukraine
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 18
Far-right radicals attack transgender rights protesters, injuring three
Reply Retweet Like
Kyiv Post Nov 18
Amid corruption probe, ex-tax chief Prodan leaves Ukraine
Reply Retweet Like