On August 27 the Prayer for Peace in Ukraine was held in the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in Ireland (Dublin).
After the festive liturgy the Association of Ukrainians "AURI" and the Embassy of Ukraine in Ireland opened a photo exhibition "26 Ukrainians who changed history".
On the 4th April the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine starts on-line registration of foreigners for electronic visas (e-Visa) for entry into Ukraine with a business or tourist purposes (http://evisa.mfa.gov.ua).
In response to a cynical chemical attack in Salisbury (UK), Ukraine, in a spirit of solidarity with our British partners and transatlantic allies, as well as in coordination with EU countries, decided to expel 13 of the remaining few Russian diplomats from the Ukrainian territory. As it is known, our diplomatic relations with the Russian Federation are de facto frozen.
The Embassy of Ukraine in Ireland joins President Petro Poroshenko, Head of Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, Minister for Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin and the Ukrainian community in Ireland in extending heartfelt wishes on the occasion of the Irish National Holiday - Saint Patrick’s Day, which is celebrated with deep affection by Irish people all over the world, exemplifying their unity and identity, as well as their love of the Irish unique culture and heritage.
Good luck, success and prosperity to all Irish people.
Recent events in the U.K. involving the poisoning of a former Russian spy are extremely worrying. Following on from the work of the British intelligence services and taking into account the Russian response, which is disingenuous and lacking credibility, we are now ready to back the British Prime Minister’s assessment that this is most likely the work of the Kremlin.
In connection with the article “Irish trade mission to Russia discussed potential Crimean investments”, published by “The Irish Times” on 23 December 2017, the Embassy of Ukraine in Ireland considers it necessary to share some comments and warnings.