UCC STRONGLY CONDEMNS RUSSIA’S INVASION OF UKRAINE 28 August 2014 – Kyiv – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) strongly condemns the military invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation. Regular combat troops of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation have invaded southeastern Donetsk oblast, and Russian armor has moved into Novoazovsk, Donetsk oblast. Speaking from Kyiv, Ukraine [&hellip
CALL TO ACTION! STOP TERRORISM IN UKRAINE! The Ukrainian Canadian Congress calls on the Government of Canada to provide immediate support for Ukraine to stop Russian state-sponsored terrorism and illegal occupation of Ukraine. We also call on all Parliamentarians to support this effort and to condemn the Russian Federation for its illegal invasion and [&hellip
UKRAINIAN CANADIAN CONGRESS CONDEMNS DOWNING OF MALAYSIAN PLANE OVER UKRAINE OTTAWA – JULY 17, 2014. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress issued the following statement on the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH 17 over eastern Ukraine by Russian terrorists earlier today: “On behalf of the Ukrainian community in Canada, we offer our most sincere condolences [&hellip
UCC CONDEMNS RUSSIA’S ILLEGAL DETENTION OF UKRAINIAN PILOT July 11, 2014 – Ottawa – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) strongly condemns the Russian Federation’s illegal detention of Ukrainian armed forces pilot Nadia Savchenko and calls for her immediate release. Savchenko was taken hostage by Kremlin-backed mercenaries in eastern Ukraine in mid-June, and is now being held in detention [&hellip
UCC WELCOMES HISTORIC SIGNATURE OF EU-UKRAINE ASSOCIATION AGREEMENT June 27, 2014. OTTAWA – The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) welcomes today’s signing of the Association Agreement between the European Union and Ukraine. The UCC also congratulates the people of Georgia and the Republic of Moldova for their signature of Association Agreements, which also took place today. [&hellip
Ukrainian Canadian Congress President Paul Grod attends Inauguration of President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and Meets with Key Political, Religious and Civil Society Leaders June 7-12, 2014 – KYIV, UKRAINE.. The President of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) Mr. Paul Grod attended the swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected President of Ukraine, Mr. Petro Poroshenko at [&hellip
Ottawa, Canada (June 5, 2014) – A global campaign calling for consumers to boycott sponsors of FIFA’s
World Cup has now expanded to include Visa (NYSE:V), Kia Motors (OTN: KIMTF) and Sony (NYSE:SNE) .
United with Ukraine, the organization spearheading the campaign was formed to mobilize global
grassroots opposition to Vladimir Putin and Russia’s illegal annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula
and its orchestrating of violent terrorist activities across Eastern and Southern Ukraine. The 2018 World
Cup was awarded to Russia by FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association), the international
governing body of the sport of football.
UCC PRESIDENT GROD TO ATTEND SWEARING-IN CEREMONY OF PRESIDENT-ELECT OF UKRAINE PETRO POROSHENKO OTTAWA – JUNE 5, 2014.. Ukrainian Canadian Congress President Paul Grod is participating in an international security forum in Wroclaw, Poland and will then be travelling to Kyiv, Ukraine, to attend the swearing-in ceremony on June 7, 2014, of Petro Poroshenko as the new President of Ukraine. [&hellip
Crisis in Ukraine: Daily Briefing 4 June, 2014, 4:00 PM Kyiv time 1. Kremlin-backed violence in Eastern Ukraine The active phase of the anti-terrorism operation (ATO) in Donetsk and Luhansk continues. Acting president O. Turchynov stated that northern Donetsk oblast has been freed of armed Kremlin-backed extremists, whose camps in the region have been destroyed. The Ministry [&hellip
http://www.pm.gc.ca/news/2014/05/30/statement-prime-minister-canada-toronto STATEMENT BY THE PRIME MINISTER OF CANADA IN TORONTO Toronto, Ontario 30 May 2014 Prime Minister Stephen Harper today delivered the following remarks at the Tribute to Liberty Dinner in Toronto: “Thank you very much. “Thank you, Senator Ngo for that kind introduction, and thank you all, ladies and gentlemen, for that very [&hellip