At least 13 men were killed in fighting in the east of the country between July 18—when the aid freeze was communicated to the State and Defense departments—and its release on September 11.
Volodymyr Zelensky also thanked the U.S. for its continued support, noting he hoped to visit the White House soon for a meeting with Trump.
So far, the country's response to the frozen conflict has been clumsy, draconian and self-defeating—but building homes and schools could be the strategy Kiev needs.
A group considered responsible for U.S. Democratic Party hacks used an Android malware implant to track troops.
Meanwhile Russian interest in east Ukraine has dwindled to a near three-year low.
The Russian leader appeared to make a rare admission on Ukraine.
Kiev's military intelligence posted photos of the man's Russian ID.
The former military pilot said Ukraine needed nothing from Russia beyond simple trade ties.
Violations of the ceasefire and casualties have skyrocketed this summer.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has cited new Russian casualty figures
The Ukraine conflict can be resolved in a day, Mikhail Kasyanov said.
Uncle Sam appears as villainous Fasciston, while the patriarch looks suspiciously like Putin.
Two years on from the Maidan protests, Kiev's politicians are turning on each other.
'Editathon' push sees a surge in Ukrainian language content on the site.
Poroshenko had bold words for Russia on Thursday but not all of them were in Ukrainian.
Seventy others were wounded so far this year, a report by the organization Ukraine Under Attack found.
President Poroshenko has instructed the Ukrainian army to be ready to open fire if attacked.
Witnesses saw a soldier shot dead at point-blank range by a separatist commander.
22 Russian tanks, along with 800 Russian fighters, have crossed the border according to Kiev.
Despite Poroshenko's insistence that weaponry is being withdrawn from the frontline, tensions are still running high.
Violence in Ukraine's eastern Donbass regions is at its worst since the September ceasefire agreement
From Moscow to Siberia to Bulgaria, Russian war monuments have faced a rough year.
Ukrainian intelligence services claimed 30,000 militants in eastern Ukraine received conscription summons to join the Russian armed forces