Ukraine’s lengthy and expensive reconstruction process could be a beacon to the rest of the world about the “power of capitalism,” said Larry Fink, CEO of investment company BlackRock at the Ukrainian Breakfast discussion in Davos.
Despite the intense pressure being brought on Berlin to allow Europe’s Nato members to send their advanced Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, a summit at the Nato Ramstein airbase failed to approve the measure.
At the remote Ukrainian Breakfast hosted as part of the Davos 2023 forum, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy expressed doubt about the possibility of peace talks with Russia – and whether Vladimir Putin is still “alive.”
Ukraine’s allies gave a very clear and decisive message at the Ukrainian Breakfast panel discussion in Davos on January 19: Ukraine will beat Russia eventually, so let’s make it happen sooner rather than later.
Growing concern over Russian paramilitary organisations activities in Serbia after it called for Serb volunteers to join its ranks and fight in Ukraine.
Ukraine could face a shortage of ammunition in the second half of this year unless the West invests in new production, as stocks are already running low and existing production can’t keep up with the rate of fire.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy again urged allies to send Ukraine tanks at the World Economic Forum in Davos on January 18.
A helicopter crashed into a kindergarten just outside of Kyiv killing at least 14 people including Interior Minister Denys Monastyrsky, the Kyiv Independent reported on January 18.
Investigation by German daily WELT finds pro-Ukrainian former premier supported Ukraine by sending ammunition and fuel through third countries.
Cornelius Adebahr point to signs of power struggle within Tehran’s elite. Several insiders have in recent weeks argued in favour of more substantial reforms to address protesters’ grievances.
The bloody fighting in Soledar has caused a heated information war not only between Ukraine and Russia but also within the Russian forces themselves.
The European Union will send the first tranche of its €18bn package this week, Economic Pravda reported on January 16.
At least 30 people were killed in the Ukrainian city of Dnipro following a Russian missile strike on an apartment block on January 14.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development invested a record €13.1bn into its Emerging Europe and Eurasia region in 2022, the bank announced on January 12.
Amidst the current debate on whether Europe, and Germany in particular, should send tanks to Ukraine, the Ministry of Defence has released a light-hearted promotional video suggesting a solution: reclassify them as “recreational vehicles”.
More tank news. But this one is actually a bit confusing. Polish President Andrzej Duda was in Lviv yesterday for a summit and announced that Poland will send some of its 250 German-made Leopard tanks to Ukraine. Will it happen?
Poland's President, Andrzej Duda, announced that Poland is ready to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine during a visit to the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on January 11.
The battle of Soledar continues, according to Ukraine, refuting Russia’s "false" claims of victory.
There is an old joke that the role of economic forecasters is to make astrologers look good. Forecasting GDP or inflation for the upcoming year with any degree of accuracy is virtually impossible, but there are some scary signs appearing.
Russian authorities claim to have killed 600 Ukrainian servicemen in a retaliatory strike after Ukraine killed 400 Russians with a missile strike on New Year's Eve.