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Canberra Ukrainian community remembers MH17 victims on fifth anniversary | 20 July, 08:59

Canberra's Ukrainian and diplomatic communities marked the fifth anniversary of the downing of MH17 on Friday, promising never to forget the tragedy and to continue to work for justice.
Article | Source: The Canberra Times |

Relatives of Australian MH17 victims tell Putin to stop lies | 17 July, 09:02

Relatives of 10 Australians killed when MH17 was shot out of the sky over eastern Ukraine visited the Russian consular office in Sydney to deliver the statement, and read out the names of the 298 people killed when a Buk missile downed the Malaysia Airlines flight.
Media review | Source: The Australian |

Pressure ramped up on Russia over MH17 | 20 February, 08:51

Article | Source: The Australian |

Invictus Games: Ukrainian fighting spirit borne out war now used for peace | 24 October 2018, 06:53

Some of the most harrowing stories of armed conflict continue to be revealed as Invictus competitors take time from their preparations to meet community supporters.
Comment | Source: SBS | Author: Laurie Lawira


Interview | Source: Invictus Games | Author: Ian Mountford

Melbourne exhibition features Australian survivors of 1930s famine engineered by Soviet Communists against Ukraine | 14 October 2018, 02:26

It’s part of the Holodomor 85 Project, which aims to portray the experiences of Australian-Ukrainians to raise awareness of the little-known genocide which has been likened to the Jewish Holocaust in its scale.
Media review | Source: Herald Sun | Author: Chloe Livadeas

Ukraine community gathers to remember M17 victims | 17 July 2018, 10:51

There were no Ukrainians onboard flight MH17 when it was shot down on July 17, 2014. But since the day the plane fell into over Eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people onboard, Ukrainian communities around the world have been marking the tragedy in different ways.
Comment | Source: Canberra times | Author: Sally Pryor

John Besemeres: Perhaps we mark the end of the period of Western passivity in the face of Russia's increasingly | 09 May 2018, 03:42

Despite the fact that Canberra consistently supports the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, there are many Putin's apologists in Australia. Ukrinform spoke with leading Australian expert on Eastern Europe, Research Fellow of the Australian National University's Center for European Studies Dr John Besemeres about why it happens, what attitude to Ukraine and Russia prevails in Australian society today, and how Australia tackles Russian propaganda.
Interview | Source: Укрінформ |