# Ukraine

Last year
Ukraine forces report 'successful' operations on occupied Dnipro river bank
Ukrainian troops establish position on occupied bank of Dnipro river
Kyiv region comes under bombing attack after long period of relative calm
Hungary's Prime Minister says he will not support negotiations on Ukraine joining the EU
EU executive recommends opening formal membership talks with Ukraine and Moldova
Fresh appeal for people to offer unoccupied properties as temporary accommodation for Ukrainians
'Very traumatised' refugees not getting mental health support, experts warn
Ukrainian missile strike on Crimea shipyard damages Russian vessel, military says
Zelenskyy says Russia targeted ten Ukrainian regions in overnight drone strikes
Russia withdraws from nuclear test treaty as it denies 'stalemate' in Ukraine war
Ukraine says Russia shelled 118 settlements in the last 24 hours, more than any day so far
Time-limits on accommodation for Ukrainians will only apply to new arrivals, Tánaiste indicates
Russia accuses Ukraine of playing a 'key role' in anti-Israel airport riot
Concern that tented accommodation options for Ukrainian refugees are running out ahead of winter
Varadkar says EU needs to double down on political, military and financial support for Ukraine
Russia executing soldiers who fail to follow orders in Ukraine war, says US
Taoiseach: 'It makes sense for Ireland to align Ukrainian supports with other EU countries'
Flight problem that stopped Tánaiste making coalition meeting was factor in Cabinet confusion
Varadkar: 'No limit on the compassion of the Irish people ... there is a limit to our capacity'
Russia's defence minister flies into embattled eastern Ukraine
Government revisits idea of cutting social welfare supports for Ukrainian refugees
Govt examining evidence that Ukrainians arriving in Ireland are coming from other EU states, says Martin
Plan to impose time limit on State accommodation for Ukrainians deferred by coalition leaders
Ukrainian officials say civilians were killed in Russian overnight attacks
Biden requests over €100 billion for Israel, Ukraine and more after rare Oval Office address
Taoiseach: Ireland won't give Palestinian refugees the same protection as Ukrainians
'History will not judge us well': Children unsafe in Direct Provision, Ombudsman warns
Long-range missiles US supplied to Kyiv will only prolong the country's agony, Putin says
Putin in Kyrgyzstan for first trip abroad since International Criminal Court arrest warrant
Ukraine identifies suspected informers in deadly strike that killed 50 people at a wake
10-year-old boy and grandmother killed after Russian missiles hit eastern Ukraine
At least 51 people gathered for wake killed by Russian strike on eastern Ukrainian village
A city at war: Trauma, pride and a difficult defiance on the streets of Kyiv
The Irish living and working in the city are war crimes investigators, policing reform specialists and refugee aid workers.
The Irish footprint in Kyiv is a symbol of the country's soft power.
'Get real': Tánaiste defends rifle training for Ukrainian soldiers, says it's 'non-lethal' aid
Tánaiste warns Russia will try to ‘freeze' Ukraine this winter by bombing energy infrastructure
Tánaiste in Kyiv on wavering US support for Ukraine: 'Elections will always create challenges'
Micheál Martin is in Kyiv for the first-ever full meeting of EU foreign affairs ministers outside of the EU.
Martin met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the Ukrainian capital.
Zelenskyy told the EU ministers that Ukraine's victor "directly depends on our cooperation".
Tánaiste reaffirms Ireland's support for Ukraine and lays roses for fallen soldiers in Kyiv
Martin was previously in Kyiv as Taoiseach in July 2022.
An Tánaiste will meetin with members of the Irish community living and working in the city.
Uisce Éireann donates treatment plant to Ukraine that can supply water for 6,200 people daily
Threat of US government shutdown ends as Congress passes temporary funding
Huge fire erupts at oil pipeline in west Ukraine