After securing valuable away goals in a 2-2 draw in a Europa League Round of 16 match in Italy, Dynamo Kyiv faltered at home when they dropped to a 0-2 result to Lazio on 15 March. More than 52 OOO fans went home frustrated after a disappointing display highlighted by Italian goals in the 23rd and 83rd minutes. The team may still walk away with two domestic titles though: they sit six points back of frontrunners Shakhtar Donetsk in the Premier League (with six games to play) and they face second division’s SC Dnipro-1 in the Ukrainian Cup semi-final on 18 April. Get your tickets and cheer them on!
Here’s a fact: many Russians live in Kyiv. Indeed many Russians live across all of Ukraine, and to see a Russian-plated car is not uncommon. Ninety-nine point nine per cent of the time these people are simply guests in the country who are required to abide by the laws and entitled to live a peaceful […]
In an effort to do more to promote Ukraine, the government just announced a new logo and slogan that will attempt to brand the country as a destination of choice for investors, tourists, and anybody else who might want to realise the potential of the country. Cool. To assist the authorities in their promo campaign, […]
Ukraine’s aim of 18 June conference It’s long past time for Syrians and Ukrainians to unite to stop the wars in their countries and work more closely together to persuade the rest of the world to put greater pressure on Russia, the imperial power which has caused so much death and destruction in these two […]
Talk of the town, Champions League final, and here’s one more little-known bit that you may be interested in: the entertainment to calm the nerves of the fans in the stadium on the 26th will be provided by English singer/songwriter Dua Lipa! No doubt she will perform hits New Rules and IDGAF while those seated […]