Ukraine Summoned the Bulgarian Ambassador due to President Radev’s Statement on Crimea

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry summoned our ambassador to Kiev Kostadin Kojabashev because of the words of Rumen Radev during the election debate yesterday with Prof. Anastas Gerdjikov. The head of state said Crimea "is currently Russian territory." Radev explained that his position is the same as in 2016 - "it is important to have pragmatism in foreign policy.

Europe: The Conditions for a Cold Winter with High Gas Prices are Set

Work on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline was completed in September, but no gas will flow through it in the coming months. Germany stopped the procedure for its certification and as soon as it became known, energy prices increased by 18%. As Le Monde predicts, gas and electricity prices will remain high in the near future.

Satellite Images Show New Concentration of Russian Military Forces along Ukraine's Borders

New commercial satellite imagery taken on Monday confirms recent reports that Russia is re-accumulating troops and military equipment on the border with Ukraine after a major concentration of forces this spring, Politico reported.

Presidents of US and Ukraine Will Meet at White House

US President Joe Biden will meet with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky at the White House on Wednesday in a show of solidarity between the two countries, the White House said on Sunday. The meeting is taking place two days later than originally scheduled, as Biden oversees the response to Hurricane Ida and the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan, Reuters reported.

PM Citu in meeting with Ukrainian counterpart voices wish for Romanian minority rights being respected

Prime Minister Florin Citu had a meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart, Denys Shmyhal, in Kiev on Monday, in which context he reiterated Romania's readiness to advance bilateral cooperation and voiced Romania's desire to ensure respect for the rights of persons belonging to the Romanian minority.