Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania told VOA that Ukrainians "wish to live in freedom" and that "the people are able to choose their leaders themselves."
Miodrag Vlahović, Foreign Minister of Montenegro, holds a press conference at VOA on Wed. Dec. 15 at 11:00 a.m.
Minister will address inter-country relations in the Balkans and Montenegro's role.
In a World AIDS Day interview, a Chinese doctor tells VOA contaminated blood is still being sold in a central province of the country; the government denies the charge.
VOA Spanish-language programming will now reach an additional 8.6 million listeners weekly.
Speaking as 'Ukrainian citizens,' diplomats in Washington, D.C. and San Francisco, CA contend that the election results do not reflect the will of the people.
Three new reports begin Thurs., 25 Nov.
Features interview with Mustafa ef. Ceric, the spiritual leader of Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina.