June 25: 1992. The Black Sea Economic Commonwealth was created, uniting eleven countries including Ukraine.
1992. The All-Ukrainian Orthodox Council passed a decision to unite the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and Ukrainian Autocephalous Church into a single Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Kyiv Patriarchate.
June 26: 1919. The First All-Ukrainian Congress of Communist Organizations of Young Workers began in Kyiv, creating the Young Communists’ League of Ukraine.
1996. President Leonid Kuchma issued an order On Conducting an All-Ukrainian Referendum on September 25 to ratify the draft Constitution of Ukraine.
June 27: 1663. The Black Rada, an illegal general Cossack council convoked to elect a hetman for Left Bank Ukraine, took place.
1944. The mass deportation of the Bulgarians, Armenians, and Greeks from the Crimea to the eastern regions of the USSR began.
June 28: 1991. The Ministry of Justice of Ukraine registered the Association of Ukrainian Lawyers and the Democratic Party of Ukraine.
1996. Constitution Day. On the night of July 28 Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine ratified the Constitution of Ukraine.
June 29: 1917. Negotiations began in Kyiv between a delegation from the Provisional Government and the Central Rada leaders on their relationship.
1945. A treaty was signed between the USSR and Czechoslovakia On Annexing Transcarpathian Ukraine by the Soviet Ukraine.
June 30: 1956. The CPSU Central Committee passed a decision On the Distribution of Powers between the State Organs of Ukraine and the Republic of the Crimea.
July 1: 1951. A monument to Taras Shevchenko was unveiled in Toronto.
1989. The founding conference of Narodny Rukh (People’s Movement) for Perestroika was held in Kyiv.