Nord Stream 2: Environmental Risks Keep Growing
The rapid pace of laying the pipeline in Danish waters under increasing political pressure from management companies on the need to complete the work in the shortest time possible leads to an increase in threats not only to the environment but also to the lives and health of crew members. The factor which ecologists warned about - WWII lethal chemical agents which were buried in the seabed near Bronholm Island - has become a pressing issue. The Nord Stream- 2 pipeline's route runs in close proximity to that area. Over the last half-century, sea currents have shifted a large number of containers with chemical warfare agents and scattered them over a large area around the island.
Blessed by Love for the People
On February 20, Ukraine honours the memory of the Heavenly Hundred Heroes who gave their lives for the ideals of freedom and justice. The Revolution of Dignity of 2013–2014 became the most powerful protest in the recent history of Ukraine, the Ukrainians' struggle for their rights and democratic European choice.
Russia Is Destroying the Baltic Sea Ecosystem by Nord Stream 2
The implementation by the Russian Federation of the Nord Stream 2 political project not only threatens the energy security of European countries, but also offers murky prospects for maintaining balance in the Baltic Sea ecosystem. In particular, during the completion of Branch “B” of the pipeline, Russia has been neglecting technological procedures and environmental restrictions. This refers to the approved route supply vessels are taking during their sailing from the port of Mukran (Germany) to the place of works in Denmark's Exclusive Economic Zone.
Without the Right to Forget
There are many countries in the world where Ukrainians had to take part in hostilities. Iraq and Lebanon, Angola and Liberia, Sierra Leone and the Balkans, Egypt, Chile, Spain and Vietnam… The great imperial adventures of the former USSR spread rapidly and unquestioningly.
The Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine's “White Paper” in English
The “White Paper”, which the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine published on January 24, on the day of its professional holiday, aroused great interest and resonance. Numerous comments, responses, reposts have become evidence that with such openness and principled position in covering a number of important issues, the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine adheres to European democratic principles.
We Should Learn Love for the Homeland from These Three Hundred. In Memory of the Heroes of Kruty
On the 29th of January, Ukraine honors the memory of the Heroes of Kruty. The battle of Kruty on January 29 was one of the episodes of yet another Russian-Ukrainian war (December 1917 - April 1918). For the Ukrainian people, it became a symbol of heroism and self-sacrifice of the young generation in the struggle for independence of Ukraine. The above- mentioned Russian-Ukrainian war had, as today, a hybrid nature on the part of Russia.
President During His Meeting with the Staff of the Foreign Intelligence Service: It Is Necessary to Implement New Approaches and Experience of the World's Leading Intelligence Services
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with the staff of the Foreign Intelligence Service and congratulated them on the professional holiday that the intelligence officers celebrated the day before.
President of Ukraine's Greetings to the Military Servicemen, Employees and Veterans of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine
This holiday is not just a return of our Intelligence's history and traditions, but also a recognition by the state of your great contribution to strengthening its national security. Today, Ukrainian Intelligence defends both, the independence and the unity of Ukraine. It is in our country that the future of Euro-Atlantic security and stability hangs in the balance today.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal's Greetings on the Day of the Foreign Intelligence of Ukraine
In 2020, on the basis of the information provided by the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine, more than 140 important decisions were made in the field of protection of Ukraine's national interests. The Service assisted in concluding contracts in military-technical cooperation with foreign countries for a total of almost 220 million US dollars.
The Chairman of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine's Greetings on the Day of the Foreign Intelligence of Ukraine
The Chairman of the FISU Greetings on the Day of the Foreign Intelligence of Ukraine