Also by Inna Kuznetsova
June 15, 2022
'Graveyard' City: Mariupol Survivor Recalls Horror Of Losing Son, Husband During Russian Siege
Safe in Lithuania but grieving for her decimated family, Mariupol survivor Anzhelika Medvedyeva describes the flattened Ukrainian city as a "graveyard." Her son and husband, who died before her eyes, were among the thousands of civilians killed in Russia's assault on the port city.
January 24, 2022
Ukraine's Foreign Minister: 'Euro-Atlantic Security Will Be Decided In Ukraine'
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has urged Western governments to affirm Ukraine's status as "an important part of the West" as it faces Russian military threats. Kuleba spoke in an interview with RFE/RL's Inna Kuznetsova on January 21 in Kyiv.
July 09, 2013
Ukrainian Villagers Say Alleged Police-Rape Case Just Tip Of Iceberg
A woman’s accusation of a brutal rape by village police officers in Ukraine unleashed a firestorm of public outrage last week. Now more accusations are emerging that police in the town have committed and covered up similar crimes in the past.
January 15, 2010
Tymoshenko Defends Achievements, Warns Of Election Fraud
Political tensions are rising in Ukraine in advance of this weekend's election as the country's fiery prime minister, Yulia Tymoshenko, stepped up attacks on rival Viktor Yanukovych. RFE/RL Ukrainian Service correspondent Inna Kuznetsova talked with Tymoshenko about her achievements in office and her plans if she wins.
January 08, 2010
Yushchenko: 'I Will Never Say I Failed During These Five Years'
It has been five years since the Orange Revolution transformed Viktor Yushchenko into a national hero and propelled him into the Ukrainian presidency. Now, as Ukraine prepares for presidential elections on January 17, Yushchenko is trailing badly in the polls. In an interview with RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service, the presidential incumbent defends his record and his pro-Western stance.