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Ukraine seeks clues in killing of Kremlin critic Deadly anti-autonomy protest outside parliament President Poroshenko orders ceasefire   Pro-Western blocs 'win Ukraine poll'   Pro-Western parties will dominate Ukraine's parliament after the first elections to the body since February's revolution, exit polls suggest Parliament set to ratify landmark EU deal   President calls snap vote amid fighting   Petro Poroshenko has dissolved parliament and called snap elections, as government forces continue to fight pro-Russian rebel forces in the ... Ukrainian Prime Minister Yatsenyuk resigning   Poroshenko sworn in and sets out peace plan   Petro Poroshenko has been sworn in as president of Ukraine, setting out a plan to bring peace to the conflict-torn east of the country Ukraine leader vows to crush rebels   Petro Poroshenko claims Ukraine presidency


March 2017 ... more > Top ^
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year 2016 Top ^

May.15  Eurovision: Ukraine's Poroshenko hails win
Apr.10  Ukraine Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk to resign


year 2015 Top ^

Aug.31
Aug.8  Ukraine blacklists Russian artists for rebel support
Jun.30  Ukraine suspends Russian gas purchases
Jun.4  Poroshenko warns of 'full-scale' Russia invasion
Feb.14
Feb.4  John Kerry to hold talks in Ukraine


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.23  Ukraine votes to drop neutral status
Nov.3  Ukraine crisis talks over rebel poll
Oct.26  
Sep.15
Aug.26  Ukraine crisis: Poroshenko and Putin hold direct talks
Aug.25
Aug.9  Ukraine crisis: Poroshenko 'to consider aid mission'
Jul.24
Jul.5  President Poroshenko hails 'turning point'
Jun.7  
Jun.6  Ukraine's Poroshenko hails 'start of Russia dialogue'
May.29
May.25
  Ukrainian confectionery tycoon Petro Poroshenko has claimed outright victory in the country's presidential election.    The 48-year-old businessman won more than 55% of the vote in ...
May.13 Ukraine hosts talks in new peace bid May.1  Ukraine reinstates conscription Apr.22 Biden says Russia must 'start acting' Apr.21  Biden in 'show of support' for Kiev Apr.19   Ukraine calls Easter truce in east   Ukraine's foreign minister has said that operations against pro-Russian militants in the east of the country have been suspended over Easter Apr.10  Ukrainian leader offers deal to protesters Apr.9 Ukraine in 48-hour ultimatum to east's pro-Russia activists Apr.6     Pro-Russians storm government office in Donetsk Map of Donetsk Ukraine
  Donbass: Pro-Russian protesters have stormed the regional administration building in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk
Apr.3   Kiev report blames Yanukovych for protest deaths   The killings of protesters in the Ukrainian capital during demonstrations in February took place under the order of ousted President Viktor ... Mar.27  Yulia Tymoshenko to run for Ukraine leader Mar.25  Ukraine's parliament ousts defense minister Mar.21   Ukraine signs EU trade pact   Brussels: Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk signed the political elements of a trade pact with the European Union on Friday Mar.15   Russia isolated in UN Crimea vote   UN Security Council: Russia has vetoed a draft resolution criticising secession referendum in Crimea - the only Security Council member to vote against the measure Mar.12 Ukraine interim PM arrives in U.S.. Washington Mar.10 Russia condemns 'lawlessness' in eastern Ukraine. Moscow Mar.7 Crimea vote 'will not be recognised' Mar.6  Ukraine PM to Crimea: You're staying   Crimea lawmakers vote to join Russia Map of Crimea Ukraine  Lawmakers in the Crimean region voted in favor of leaving the country for Russia and putting it to a vote before residents in 10 days Mar.4  Kerry: No evidence for Russia claims Feb.27  Ukraine warns of Russia 'aggression' Feb.26  Ukraine leaders warn of tough steps  Protesters name new Ukraine cabinet Feb.25  Ukraine is not caught in East-West battle, says US  Ukraine leader warns of separatism Feb.24  Ukraine to appoint unity government  Arrest warrant issued for Yanukovych Feb.23  Russia recalls ambassador over 'deterioration'  Ukraine to seek European integration Ukraine appoints interim president Feb.22  Crowds hail Ukraine ex-PM Tymoshenko Ukraine ex-PM Tymoshenko freed   Eastern Ukraine: The Ukrainian opposition leader and former Prime Minister, Yulia Tymoshenko, has been freed from jail  Ukraine presidential quarters vacant     Ukraine MPs vote to oust president
  Ukrainian MPs have voted to oust President Yanukovych and hold early presidential elections on 25 May
 The vote came after police stopped guarding presidential buildings, allowing protesters in. Yanukovych said it was a 'coup' and vowed not to stand down. Yulia Tymoshenko was released from detention, hours after MPs authorised the move
Feb.21  Ukraine protesters stay despite deal     Deal signed to end Ukraine crisis   President Viktor Yanukovych, opposition leaders and representatives of the EU signed the deal after a night of difficult negotiations Feb.20  Kiev tense after 'bloodiest' clashes Ukraine sanctions imposed amid clashes
 At least 21 protesters dead in Kiev Feb.19  Kiev truce breaks as EU talks loom  Ukraine president agrees truce  Kiev bloodshed sparks sanctions push Feb.18  Opposition blamed for Kiev clashes   Police storm main Kiev protest camp Map of Independence Square Ukraine
  Police are storming the main protest camp in the capital, which has been occupied since November. Explosions are taking place.    Fireworks are being thrown and large fires have broken out. At least 18 people were kill...
 7 people killed in clashes between police and anti-government protesters Feb.16  Ukraine amnesty to come into force Feb.6 Leaked Ukraine call embarrasses US Feb.3  Stop the ultimatums, Russia tells Ukraine protesters Feb.2  President Viktor Yanukovych returns to work Feb.1  Ukraine unrest: EU and US clash with Russia in Munich Jan.31 Ukraine activist 'was tortured'  President Yanukovych signs amnesty bill into law Jan.30  President Viktor Yanukovych defiant amid turmoil Jan.29 Ukraine passes protest amnesty law  Ex-president warns Ukraine 'on brink of civil war' Jan.28   Ukraine government resigns   President Yanukovych accepted the resignation of Mykola Azarov and his government , amid a political crisis fired by violent protests Jan.27  Ukraine MPs to hold crisis vote  Ukraine 'to scrap anti-protest law'  Protesters leave Ukrainian ministry after warning Jan.26  Ukraine justice minister in state of emergency warning  Killed protester mourned in Ukraine amid crisis Jan.25  Ukraine opposition rejects offers     Yanukovych offers jobs to opposition   Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych has offered the post of prime minister to opposition leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk  Ukrainian president meets opposition Jan.24  Concessions fail to end Kiev unrest Jan.23  Scepticism over Ukraine crisis talks  Crisis talks after Ukraine bloodshed Jan.22  3 protesters dead amid clashes with police in Kiev Jan.19   Clashes in Kiev after protest ban   Clashes have broken out after large crowds of pro-EU demonstrators rallied in Ukraine's capital against new laws which aim to curb public protests Jan.10  Ukraine ex-minister hurt in clashes

year 2013 Top ^

Dec.17 Ukraine, Russia sign economic deal despite protests
. Moscow Dec.16  EU 'can help on Ukraine deal concerns' Dec.15   Huge rally in Kiev in support of EU  Some 200,000 people have rallied in the Ukrainian capital to protest against President Viktor Yanukovych's refusal to sign a landmark EU dea... Dec.12  Ukraine leader 'set to sign EU deal' Dec.11  US considers sanctions against Ukraine  Ukraine protesters rebuild barricades Dec.10   Ukraine police move on protest camp Map of Independence Square Kiev Ukraine  Thousands of police have moved on a large protest camp in the centre of the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. Dec.8  Anti-govt protesters topple Lenin statue in Kiev, demand Ukraine turn to EU Dec.1 Clashes as huge rally grips Kiev Nov.29 Ukraine police disperse protesters Nov.24   Huge Ukraine rally over EU ties  More than 100,000 people are protesting against the government's move to delay an association deal with the EU under pressure from Russia

year 2010 Top ^

Apr.27  Eggs, fists fly in Ukraine parliament

year 2007 Top ^

Sep.30  Strong showing for pro-West bloc May.26 Crisis calmed: election to hold on Sept. 30
May.25  Leaders spar over troops Apr.2     President Yushchenko calls early poll   The President has dissolved parliament and called a snap election, in an escalation of the political crisis

year 2006 Top ^

Mar.25  Yanukovych leads election

year 2005 Top ^

Sep.8 Yushchenko fires government
Jan.23 Yushchenko takes presidential oath

year 2004 Top ^

Dec.31 PM Yanukovych resigns
Dec.26     Yushchenko declares victory in re-vote  Opposition leader is telling supporters it is the dawn of a new political era in the former Soviet republic Dec.4  Deal to reduce the president's powers Dec.3 Court Orders Re-Run of Rigged Poll Nov.27 Parliament rejects election results Nov.25 Court puts poll result on hold Nov.24  Ukraine on brink of 'civil war' Nov.23  Kiev crowds circle president's HQ Nov.22   Storm of protest at poll result
  At the start of the Orange Revolution the opposition camped out on the streets after crying foul in a runoff vote in presidential election.    The election commission said Prime Minister Yanukovych had a slim lead over liberal challenger Yushchenko who told thousands of supporters to stay in ma...


year 2001 Top ^

Jun.23  Pope lands in Orthodox Ukraine


  Pro-Western blocs 'win Ukraine poll'   Pro-Western parties will dominate Ukraine's parliament after the first elections to the body since February's revolution, exit polls suggest   Petro Poroshenko claims Ukraine presidency




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2014
Aug.9  Ukraine crisis: Poroshenko 'to consider aid mission'




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Oct.26
May.25
  Ukrainian confectionery tycoon Petro Poroshenko has claimed outright victory in the country's presidential election.    The 48-year-old businessman won more than 55% of the vote in ...
Mar.27  Yulia Tymoshenko to run for Ukraine leader Mar.7 Crimea vote 'will not be recognised'
2007 Sep.30  Strong showing for pro-West bloc May.26 Crisis calmed: election to hold on Sept. 30 Apr.2   President Yushchenko calls early poll   The President has dissolved parliament and called a snap election, in an escalation of the political crisis 2006 Mar.25  Yanukovych leads election 2004 Dec.26   Yushchenko declares victory in re-vote  Opposition leader is telling supporters it is the dawn of a new political era in the former Soviet republic



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2015 Jun.30  Ukraine suspends Russian gas purchases 2014 May.1  Ukraine reinstates conscription Feb.26  Protesters name new Ukraine cabinet Feb.24  Ukraine to appoint unity government Feb.23  Ukraine to seek European integration 2005 Sep.8 Yushchenko fires government




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2014 Apr.19   Ukraine calls Easter truce in east   Ukraine's foreign minister has said that operations against pro-Russian militants in the east of the country have been suspended over Easter 2001 Jun.23  Pope lands in Orthodox Ukraine



Kiev, Politics Political Law Timeline ... See World Political Law timeline Top ^
2014 Mar.10 Russia condemns 'lawlessness' in eastern Ukraine
. Moscow Jan.31  President Yanukovych signs amnesty bill into law 2004 Dec.4  Deal to reduce the president's powers Dec.3 Court Orders Re-Run of Rigged Poll Nov.25 Court puts poll result on hold



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2014 Feb.1  Ukraine unrest: EU and US clash with Russia in Munich



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2015 Jun.4  Poroshenko warns of 'full-scale' Russia invasion 2014 Apr.9 Ukraine in 48-hour ultimatum to east's pro-Russia activists
Feb.27  Ukraine warns of Russia 'aggression' Feb.25  Ukraine leader warns of separatism Feb.3  Stop the ultimatums, Russia tells Ukraine protesters Jan.26  Ukraine justice minister in state of emergency warning



Kiev, Politics Political Probe Timeline ... See World Political Probe timeline Top ^
2014 Apr.3   Kiev report blames Yanukovych for protest deaths   The killings of protesters in the Ukrainian capital during demonstrations in February took place under the order of ousted President Viktor ...



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2014 Mar.21   Ukraine signs EU trade pact   Brussels: Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk signed the political elements of a trade pact with the European Union on Friday Feb.21   Deal signed to end Ukraine crisis
  President Viktor Yanukovych, opposition leaders and representatives of the EU signed the deal after a night of difficult negotiations Feb.19  Ukraine president agrees truce



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2015 Feb.4  John Kerry to hold talks in Ukraine 2014 Apr.22 Biden says Russia must 'start acting'
Apr.21  Biden in 'show of support' for Kiev Mar.12 Ukraine interim PM arrives in U.S.. Washington Mar.4  Kerry: No evidence for Russia claims



Kiev, Politics Embassy Timeline ... See World Embassy timeline Top ^
2014 Feb.23  Russia recalls ambassador over 'deterioration'



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2017 Mar.24 Ukraine seeks clues in killing of Kremlin critic
2014 Feb.22 Ukraine ex-PM Tymoshenko freed   Eastern Ukraine: The Ukrainian opposition leader and former Prime Minister, Yulia Tymoshenko, has been freed from jail Feb.16  Ukraine amnesty to come into force Jan.31 Ukraine activist 'was tortured'



Kiev, Politics Political Sanctions Timeline ... See World Political Sanctions timeline Top ^
2015 Aug.8  Ukraine blacklists Russian artists for rebel support 2014 Feb.20 Ukraine sanctions imposed amid clashes
Feb.19  Kiev bloodshed sparks sanctions push 2013 Dec.11  US considers sanctions against Ukraine



Kiev, Politics Talks Timeline ... See World Talks timeline Top ^
2014 Nov.3  Ukraine crisis talks over rebel poll Aug.26  Ukraine crisis: Poroshenko and Putin hold direct talks Jun.6  Ukraine's Poroshenko hails 'start of Russia dialogue' May.13 Ukraine hosts talks in new peace bid
Jan.25  Ukrainian president meets opposition Jan.23  Scepticism over Ukraine crisis talks Jan.23  Crisis talks after Ukraine bloodshed 2013 Dec.17 Ukraine, Russia sign economic deal despite protests. Moscow



Kiev, Politics Political Leaders Timeline ... See World Political Leaders timeline Top ^
2016 May.15  Eurovision: Ukraine's Poroshenko hails win Apr.10  Ukraine Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk to resign 2015 Feb.14 President Poroshenko orders ceasefire
2014 Jul.24 Ukrainian Prime Minister Yatsenyuk resigning Jul.5  President Poroshenko hails 'turning point' Jun.7   Poroshenko sworn in and sets out peace plan   Petro Poroshenko has been sworn in as president of Ukraine, setting out a plan to bring peace to the conflict-torn east of the country May.29 Ukraine leader vows to crush rebels Mar.25  Ukraine's parliament ousts defense minister Feb.26  Ukraine leaders warn of tough steps Feb.24  Arrest warrant issued for Yanukovych Feb.23 Ukraine appoints interim president Feb.22  Crowds hail Ukraine ex-PM Tymoshenko Feb.22  Ukraine presidential quarters vacant Feb.6 Leaked Ukraine call embarrasses US Feb.2  President Viktor Yanukovych returns to work Jan.30  President Viktor Yanukovych defiant amid turmoil Jan.28   Ukraine government resigns   President Yanukovych accepted the resignation of Mykola Azarov and his government , amid a political crisis fired by violent protests Jan.25  Ukraine opposition rejects offers Jan.25   Yanukovych offers jobs to opposition   Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych has offered the post of prime minister to opposition leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk 2013 Dec.12  Ukraine leader 'set to sign EU deal' 2007 May.25  Leaders spar over troops 2005 Jan.23 Yushchenko takes presidential oath 2004 Dec.31 PM Yanukovych resigns



Kiev, Politics Protest Timeline ... See World Protest timeline Top ^
2015 Aug.31 Deadly anti-autonomy protest outside parliament
2014 Apr.10  Ukrainian leader offers deal to protesters Apr.6   Pro-Russians storm government office in Donetsk Map of Donetsk Ukraine
  Donbass: Pro-Russian protesters have stormed the regional administration building in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk
Feb.21  Ukraine protesters stay despite deal Feb.20  Kiev tense after 'bloodiest' clashes Feb.20  At least 21 protesters dead in Kiev Feb.19  Kiev truce breaks as EU talks loom Feb.18  Opposition blamed for Kiev clashes Feb.18 Police storm main Kiev protest camp Map of Independence Square Ukraine
  Police are storming the main protest camp in the capital, which has been occupied since November. Explosions are taking place.    Fireworks are being thrown and large fires have broken out. At least 18 people were kill...
Feb.18  7 people killed in clashes between police and anti-government protesters Jan.27  Ukraine 'to scrap anti-protest law' Jan.27  Protesters leave Ukrainian ministry after warning Jan.26  Killed protester mourned in Ukraine amid crisis Jan.24  Concessions fail to end Kiev unrest Jan.22  3 protesters dead amid clashes with police in Kiev Jan.19 Clashes in Kiev after protest ban
  Clashes have broken out after large crowds of pro-EU demonstrators rallied in Ukraine's capital against new laws which aim to curb public protests Jan.10  Ukraine ex-minister hurt in clashes 2013 Dec.15 Huge rally in Kiev in support of EU  Some 200,000 people have rallied in the Ukrainian capital to protest against President Viktor Yanukovych's refusal to sign a landmark EU dea... Dec.11  Ukraine protesters rebuild barricades Dec.10 Ukraine police move on protest camp
Map of Independence Square Kiev Ukraine  Thousands of police have moved on a large protest camp in the centre of the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. Dec.8  Anti-govt protesters topple Lenin statue in Kiev, demand Ukraine turn to EU Dec.1 Clashes as huge rally grips Kiev Nov.29 Ukraine police disperse protesters Nov.24 Huge Ukraine rally over EU ties  More than 100,000 people are protesting against the government's move to delay an association deal with the EU under pressure from Russia 2004 Nov.24  Ukraine on brink of 'civil war' Nov.23  Kiev crowds circle president's HQ Nov.22   Storm of protest at poll result
  At the start of the Orange Revolution the opposition camped out on the streets after crying foul in a runoff vote in presidential election.    The election commission said Prime Minister Yanukovych had a slim lead over liberal challenger Yushchenko who told thousands of supporters to stay in ma...




Kiev, Politics Parliament Timeline ... See World Parliament timeline Top ^
2014 Dec.23  Ukraine votes to drop neutral status Sep.15 Parliament set to ratify landmark EU deal
Aug.25   President calls snap vote amid fighting   Petro Poroshenko has dissolved parliament and called snap elections, as government forces continue to fight pro-Russian rebel forces in the ... Mar.6   Crimea lawmakers vote to join Russia Map of Crimea Ukraine  Lawmakers in the Crimean region voted in favor of leaving the country for Russia and putting it to a vote before residents in 10 days Feb.22   Ukraine MPs vote to oust president
  Ukrainian MPs have voted to oust President Yanukovych and hold early presidential elections on 25 May
 The vote came after police stopped guarding presidential buildings, allowing protesters in. Yanukovych said it was a 'coup' and vowed not to stand down. Yulia Tymoshenko was released from detention, hours after MPs authorised the move
Jan.29 Ukraine passes protest amnesty law
Jan.29  Ex-president warns Ukraine 'on brink of civil war' Jan.27  Ukraine MPs to hold crisis vote 2010 Apr.27  Eggs, fists fly in Ukraine parliament 2004 Nov.27 Parliament rejects election results