In the spotlight: Dutch Safety Board publishes report on MH17 crash; Ukraine to serve as non-permanent member on UN Security Council; Ukraine cancels air traffic with Russia
In the spotlight: Ukraine's pro-Russian separatists defer local elections until next year; Parliament passes several bills to liberalize visa regulations with EU; IMF mission completed in Ukraine
In the spotlight: Normandy Four completes Paris talks on Donbas; Arms smaller than 100 mm in calibre being withdrawn from line of contact in east Ukraine
In the spotlight: Ukrainian president addresses UN General Assembly; Food blockade of Crimea now on
In the spotlight: Ukraine imposes sanctions on Russia; Parliament supports restructuring public, government-guaranteed debt.
In the spotlight: Normandy Four meeting leaves key issues unanswered; Italian Senate ratifies EU-Ukraine association agreement
In the spotlight: Constitutional amendments on decentralization pass first reading in parliament; Three National Guard officers were killed after a grenade was thrown from a crowd protesting against the changes to the constitution; Donetsk rebels replace "parliament speaker"
In the spotlight: Trilateral contact group approves text of agreement on withdrawal of arms with calibre below 100 mm; The document is expected to be signed by 3 August; Ukraine avoids technical default by repaying 120m dollars of debt; The IMF approves next aid instalment to Ukraine- mass media
In the spotlight: UN Security Council draws up draft resolution on international tribunal for Malaysian Airlines downed flight; Ukrainian parliament sends draft of constitutional amendments on decentralization to Constitutional Court; The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has passed a law on local elections.
In the spotlight: Shootout involving Right Sector members, MP Mykhaylo Lanyo's guards, police force occurs in Mukacheve; Luhansk people’s republic announces local elections date, following suit of Donetsk leaders; OSCE Parliamentary Assembly condemns Russian military aggression in Ukraine.
In the spotlight: Ukrainian parliament passes national police law; Parliament passes law on restructuring foreign currency loans; Naftohaz suspends gas purchases from Gazprom
In the spotlight: Ukrainian constitutional commission approves decentralization draft; Members of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe have for the first time officially used the phrases "Russian aggression in Ukraine" and "Crimean occupation"; Russian president tasks Gazprom with conducting talks with Ukraine on gas transit.
In the spotlight: EU Council extends sanctions against Russia and Crimea for another year; Ukrainian parliament approves dismissal of security chief; The IMF will join Ukraine’s negotiations with its creditors on debt restructuring.
In the spotlight: Ukraine officially states internationally about Russian occupation of its territories; G7 leaders ready to tighten sanctions against Russia over Ukraine; IMF ready to issue Ukraine with loans even in case of default.
In the spotlight: Pro-Russian separatists continue shelling positions of Ukrainian military, they launched the biggest offensive near the towns of Maryinka and Krasnohorivk; Ukrainian parliament authorizes access for foreign peacekeepers.
In the spotlight: Pro-Russian militants have launched an offensive against Horlivka and Avdiyivka in Donetsk Region; Ukrainian president appoints Georgian ex-president as Odessa Region governor; Gazprom to file new lawsuit against Ukraine’s Naftohaz with Stockholm court.
In the spotlight: Detained Russian special troops suspected of terrorism; Rada has terminated the agreement on the transit of Russian military in Transnistria; EU to decide on visa-free travel for Ukraine by year-end; Parliament allows cabinet to impose moratorium on foreign debt repayment
In the spotlight: Ukrainian military capture two Russian special forces troops in Ukraine-held territory; The USA is going to get more involved in securing the implementation of the Minsk agreements on Ukraine; Ukrainian president signs law on decommunization.
In the spotlight: Subgroups of the trilateral contact group for settlement of the Donbas conflict have started work in Minsk; Ukraine marks Victory Day over Nazism, Day of Remembrance, Reconciliation for first time; Ukraine doubles import of Russian gas since May.
In the spotlight: Ukraine-EU summit held in Kiev; Austrian court denies US request to extradite Ukraine's tycoon; Freedom House has reported that Crimea is one of the worst parts of the world when it comes to the freedom of press.
In the spotlight: Russia continues to support separatists; Over 55,000 Russian servicemen are deployed along Ukrainian border; Security Service of Ukraine opens case over financing of miners' protests in Kiev.
In the spotlight: Pro-Russian separatists have announced plans to occupy Mariupol; Russian president admits possible recognition of Donbas rebel republics; Former Ukrainian Party of Regions lawmaker, pro-Russian journalist shot dead in Kiev.
In the spotlight: Donbas terrorists have more military power than some NATO member states in Europe; Donbas militants have 110 Russian air defence systems, 700 tanks; Parliament bans Communist and Nazi symbols.
In the spotlight: In Donbas, 75 Ukrainian servicemen killed, 400 injured since start of cease-fire; Russia denies registration to Crimean Tatar media; Naftohaz, Gazprom agree on gas price of 248 dollars for April-June.
In the spotlight: Situation remains tense in eastern Ukraine; Dnipropetrovsk Region governor Ihor Kolomoyskyy resigns; Moody's downgrades Ukraine to “near default” rating.
In the spotlight: Ukrainian parliament declares parts of Donetsk, Luhansk regions as occupied territories; Ukrainian lawmakers have approved a resolution on granting Donbas special status after local elections are held there in line with Ukrainian laws; Ukrainian parliament strips tycoon of control over oil, gas extraction company; Oleksandr Lazorko, an ally of Ukrainian tycoon Ihor Kolomoyskyy, who owns the Privat group of companies, has been dismissed from the position of Ukrtransnafta CEO.
In the spotlight: Pro-Russian separatists mass troops along line of contact; Russian president talks about operation on Crimean annexation; IMF approves 17.5bn-dollar loan for Ukraine
In the spotlight: Ukraine completes heavy weapons pullback in Donbas; Pro-Russian militants continue firing on Ukrainian positions; Parliament passes laws required to obtain IMF loan.
In the spotlight: Ukraine begins artillery withdrawal from security operation area; The official exchange rate of the hryvnya hits a new low; Naftohaz accuses Gazprom of failing to deliver on gas supply requests.
In the spotlight: Pro-Russian separatists, Russia ignore cease-fire deal reached in Minsk; The National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine has decided to ask the UN and the EU to send peacekeepers to the country; Poroshenko: Russian presidential aide Surkov directed snipers on Maydan in 2014; Three people killed by explosion during Euro-Maydan anniversary peace march in Kharkiv.
In the spotlight: Leaders of Ukraine, Germany, France and Russia negotiate Donbas peace plan; Cease-fire in Donbas started on 15 February; Terrorists keep violating cease-fire in the area of Debaltseve; IMF, Ukraine agree on fresh 17.5bn-dollar loan.
In the spotlight: Pro-Russian separatists continue shelling Ukrainian positions; Leaders of Russia, Germany, France and Ukraine to meet in Minsk; The national currency sunk to a new historic low.
In the spotlight: Government introduces state of emergency in Donbas; Meeting of trilateral contact group in Minsk yields no result; Ukraine recognizes Russia as aggressor state.
In the spotlight: Pro-Russian separatists launch offensive, say reject peace plan; Mariupol shelled by terrorists; Ukraine launches campaign to boost counterterrorism efforts.
In the spotlight: Pro-Russian separatists, Russian military increase frequency of shelling in Ukraine's east; Pro-Russian rebels used Grad multiple-launch rocket systems to shell a bus with civilians, killing 13 people: Ukrainian, German, French, Russian leaders cancel talks on settling Donbas conflict.