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#Ukraine : The embassy has arranged a special chartered flight from Kyiv Boryspil Airport to Washington DC for US citizens & Lawful Permanent Residents on Apr. 22. Confirmed travelers have been assigned a specific time to arrive at the airport for check-in.

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#Ukraine : There is still space available on the April 22 charter flight from Kyiv to Washington-Dulles International Airport. Passengers who have previously indicated their interest in this flight have received emails from the embassy. (1/2)

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#Ukraine : A charter flight for U.S. citizens will depart Kyiv for Washington-Dulles on April 22. Seats on the flight are very limited. Passengers should confirm by emailing KyivUSCitize @state .gov by April 19. Please read flight instructions carefully: .

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#Ukraine : There is a special chartered flight for US citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents on April 15 departing Kyiv (Boryspil Airport) for Washington, DC (IAD). Complete the necessary forms by noon on April 11 if you want to depart on this flight:

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#Ukraine : The special chartered flight for US citizens that's scheduled to depart on April 15 from Kyiv, to Washington, DC is FULL. Departure time is 5 PM (Kyiv time), arriving at Dulles airport at 1 AM (EST) on April 16. These times are subject to change.

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A special chartered flight for U.S. citizens will depart on April 15 from #Kyiv  to Washington, D.C., the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv announced on its website on April 9.

The book will trace her long career, from Mogadishu, Somalia, to Kyiv and “finally back to Washington, D.C. — where, to her dismay, she found a political system beset by many of the same challenges she had spent her career combating overseas.”

the book will trace her long career, from Mogadishu, Somalia, to Kyiv and "finally back to Washington, D.C. — where, to her dismay, she found a political system beset by many of the same challenges she had spent her career combating overseas"

William Taylor is home from Kyiv, done testifying and, like all of us, trying to make sense of Trump’s Washington. My story.

Zelensky's eager to repair ties with Trump after the impeachment saga that strained relations between Kyiv & Washington. It seems he may be ready to help Trump here—just as the US has found a prospective buyer for Motor Sich. And no, it's not Erik Prince.

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I tracked down the enigmatic attorney who hired a Washington lobbying firm for Volodymyr Zelenskiy. Marcus Cohen told me he paid nearly $70,000 out of his own pocket — and out of goodwill toward the new Ukrainian president — after meeting him in Kyiv.

The front cover of our latest issue has attracted a lot of attention. But the cover is just a starting point for our coverage of the Trump#Ukraine-  scandal. Here are all our latest stories on the scandal that has enveloped both Washington and Kyiv ?

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Trump was briefed on the whistleblower complaint about his dealings with Ukraine before the White House released military aid to Kyiv, officials say, shedding new light on events that triggered the impeachment inquiry.

Ambassador’s cellphone call to Trump from Kyiv restaurant was a stunning breach of security, former officials say - The Washington Post

So it turns out that Kent's transcript is more damaging than Taylor's, perhaps by dint of Kent being in the "snakepit" in Washington instead of the "snakepit" in Kyiv, and could see things firsthand.

NEW: Those working in common cause with the US president's and Giuliani's campaign to get Ukraine to investigate Trump's political opponents are moving ahead unabated, interviews in Kyiv and Washington with several of those involved reveal.

NEW: Those working in common cause with the US president's and Giuliani's campaign to get Ukraine to investigate Trump's political opponents are moving ahead unabated, interviews in Kyiv and Washington with several of those involved reveal.

U.S. policy toward Ukraine is in shambles, with officials in Kyiv now wondering who they can trust in Washington

Let’s be clear: Moscow not Kyiv, and certainly not Brussels or Washington, is the provocateur and has raised the stakes.

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