Fabrice Deprez

Fabrice Deprez is a journalist and correspondent based in Kyiv, Ukraine. He covers Ukraine and Eastern Europe with a special focus on local politics and geopolitical developments.  

A protester holding a "Ukraine" scarf poses during the "march against capitulation" on Oct. 14, 2019, in Kyiv, Ukraine. 

Ukraine remains split over how to achieve peace in contested Donbas region

Several polls show that a large part of Ukraine objects to most of the specific compromises mentioned in the 2015 Minsk agreement that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy could now attempt to fulfill. Ukrainians support a compromise to end the war, polls show — just not any compromise.

Ukraine remains split over how to achieve peace in contested Donbas region
Rockstar man speaks into mic with red background of political message

Pizza makers, video gamers, rockstars: Ukraine's new parliament turns politics 'upside down'

Pizza makers, video gamers, rockstars: Ukraine's new parliament turns politics 'upside down'
Industrial workers standing near burning coke fuel.

A struggling mining town in Ukraine looks to one of their own as leading presidential candidate

A struggling mining town in Ukraine looks to one of their own as leading presidential candidate
Men wear grey and black military fatigues.

Ukraine’s ultranationalists have no presidential candidate. But they’re still at the polls.

Ukraine’s ultranationalists have no presidential candidate. But they’re still at the polls.