Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin - It’s time to debunk the Soviet-era myth that Crimea holds a special place in Russia’s heart | 16 February, 14:51
This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Russian occupation of Crimea. In February 2014 and for the first time in post-war Europe – Moscow pursued a foreign policy objective to annexe part of a sovereign state. This reckless act would result in significant regional destabilisation, and it would be perceived by all law-abiding countries as a dangerous and significant threat to the international rules-based system that underpins our global security.
Ukraine and the lessons for Asia | 23 January 2017, 18:00
Small, newly independent Ukraine's dealings with an assertive Russia hold lessons for small states in Asia dealing with a large regional power
Article | Source: The Straits Times | Author: Ravi Velloor
Ukraine regards Brunei as its gateway to Asean | 18 January 2017, 13:23
UKRAINE looks forward to further bolster economic, investment and people-to-people cooperation with Brunei Darussalam as discussions between the two countries continue to gain momentum in a number of potential areas, its visiting Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin said yesterday.
Interview | Source: Borneo Bulletin | Author: Hakim Hayat
Top must-visit places in Ukraine, recommended by Ambassador to Singapore | 03 January 2017, 12:55
Dmytro Senik on the not-to-be-missed attraction that is the Carpathian Mountains. Favourite destination in Ukraine: If you haven’t seen the Carpathian Mountains, then you haven’t seen Ukraine. This magnificent mountain range that runs from the Czech Republic to Romania is home to Ukraine’s highest peak, Mount Goverla. It is also home to the rich cultures of local ethno-cultural minorities – Hutsuls, Boykos, Lemkos – as well as vast nature reserves.
Article | Source: The Peak | Author: Lydia Vasko
Ukraine offers investment potential amid sluggish global growth | 29 August 2016, 12:32
The globalisation paradigm of the 1990-2000s has largely exhausted itself as a transnational economic growth driver. China, one of the biggest winners in this global trade expansion, has been structurally changing to become a more mature economy, which results in a slowdown and imminent over-investment risks. The world economy has returned to sluggish growth, both in terms of GDP and international trade.
Article | Source: The Straits Times | Author: Pavlo Klimkin For The Straits Times
Kiev : Why You Should Visit the Underrated & Cool Capital of Ukraine | 25 May 2016, 13:22
Introduction to Kiev Before there was Moscow or St. Petersburg, there was Kiev. As the cradle of East Slavic civilization, Kiev today serves as the capital of Ukraine and is a pleasant city with plenty of parks, golden domes as well as some cool Soviet monuments. Because of the war in the east and the recent loss of Crimea, many people make the hasty generalization that Ukraine is not safe to visit. They couldn’t be more wrong.
Article | Source: I Wander | Author: Bino
Farewell to you Mr Lee Kuan Yew | 29 March 2015, 12:01
Dear Ukrainians of Singapore, On Sunday, 29 March 2015 at 4 pm entire Singapore will halt for a moment to bid the last farewell to its founder Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, who completed his life journey on 23 March.
To commemorate the first year of the Crimea occupation | 06 March 2015, 18:46
Dear Ukrainians of Singapore, These days a year ago the Kremlin's undeclared war of Russia against our Motherland was being unfolded: the "little green men" units rummaged around the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, the thousands of our fellow citizens poisoned by "russki-mir" ("Russian world" - read Goebbels) propaganda frantically yelled "Putin-come!", Ukrainophobic foam came out of the shores covering neo-imperialistic usurps by the dying neighbouring empire of the independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity and European civilizational choice of the convincing majority of the people of Ukraine.
Ambassador of Ukraine in the Insight TV show, CNA | 24 February 2015, 09:07
On February 19, 2015 the Insight TV show of the Channel News Asia, which broadcasts in dozens of countries, told about current situation in the Eastern Ukraine, outcomes of Normandy Four meeting in Minsk, and disputed prospects of the war of Russia against Ukraine.
Ambassador of Ukraine to Singapore Pavlo Sultansky live on Bloomberg TV | 09 September 2014, 09:36
On September 9, 2014 Ambassador of Ukraine Pavlo Sultansky speaking with Angie Lau on Bloomberg Television's "First Up" said that calling the situation in the east of Ukraine a ceasefire would be an exaggeration. Only during the previous day Russian-terrorist groups fired at Ukrainian side 45 times! So what adherence to obligations can we talk about?
Interview | Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/video/ukraine-ambassador-to-singapore-sultansky-on-crisis-PwjBoSRoQmq4U9w6HkpFUw.html |