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    Artillery helps our roadblocks counter terrorists – NSDC
    Oct15

    Artillery helps our roadblocks counter terrorists – NSDC

    The artillery repels attacks of terrorists, who are attacking our roadblocks in Bakhmutivka, Luhansk region. Ukrainian units are sent there. Spokesman of the NSDC Information-Analytical Center Andriy Lysenko told a briefing, a Ukrinform correspondent reports. “Currently, a fight is in the area of Bakhmutivka, Luhansk region. Terrorists...

    Parliamentary elections will be held according to winter time
    Oct15

    Parliamentary elections will be held according to winter time

    Early parliamentary elections to the parliament October 26 will be held according to the winter time. According to the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of May 13, 1996, Ukrainians over last Sunday of October will move hands of the clock one hour back. This year, this will happen October 26, at 04:00 a.m.

    Kerry names conditions for easing sanctions against Russia
    Oct15

    Kerry names conditions for easing sanctions against Russia

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has put forward conditions for Russia regarding a possible easing of sanctions imposed by the West. He said this at a press conference in Paris after talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Ukrinform’s correspondent reported. “There are four to five principal requirements with respect to...

    Okhendovsky does not rule out holding elections in some districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions
    Oct15

    Okhendovsky does not rule out holding elections in some districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions

    According to preliminary forecasts, preterm elections of people’s deputies may be held in 13 out of 21 electoral districts in Donetsk region and in five out of 11 election districts in Luhansk. CEC Head Mykhailo Okhendovsky said during a meeting with Special Coordinator of the OSCE short term observation mission, the Central Election...

    S&P upgrades Kyiv’s ratings
    Oct15

    S&P upgrades Kyiv’s ratings

    Standard & Poor’s rating agency has raised its long-term issuer credit rating on the Ukrainian capital city of Kyiv and its issue ratings on Kyiv’s debt to ‘CCC’ from ‘CC,’ the agency’s press service has reported. “The city of Kyiv repaid its Ukrainian hryvnia (UAH) 1.125 billion domestic bond...

    700,000 people remain in Donetsk
    Oct15

    700,000 people remain in Donetsk

    About 700,000 people, according to Donetsk City Council, currently live in Donetsk. This was stated by Deputy Donetsk Mayor Kostiantyn Savinov, the Novosti Donbassa (News of Donbas) online newspaper reported. “According to our forecasts, 20% of residents will not return, as they settled down in other regions of Russia and Ukraine…...

    Creation of another dwarf “state” announced in Donbas
    Oct15

    Creation of another dwarf “state” announced in Donbas

    “Cossack” Russian-terrorist groups decided to create its republic in Donbas – “Cossack People’s Republic.” Dmytro Tymchuk, coordinator of the Information Resistance group wrote on his Facebook page. “Locals settlements of Sverdlovsk, Rovenky and Antratsyt and representatives of Russian “Cossack”...

    DPR militants threaten to shoot down German drones
    Oct15

    DPR militants threaten to shoot down German drones

    Militants from the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) have threatened to shoot down German unmanned aerial vehicles if they are involved in the OSCE monitoring mission in eastern Ukraine. One of the DPR leaders, Boris Litvinov, said this in an interview with Germany’s Bild newspaper. “We will not allow the use of...

    Militants remove metal from Ukraine to Russia
    Oct15

    Militants remove metal from Ukraine to Russia

    Militants remove trucks with metal to Russia. The Internet resource informator writes about this. “For the third day running, caravans with metal go via the territory of Sverdlovsk district. According to the witnesses, columns (by five automobiles in each) are moving toward the border via Sverdlovsk and Chervonopartyzansk. The trucks are...

    NBU considers not necessary to expand IMF program for Ukraine
    Oct15

    NBU considers not necessary to expand IMF program for Ukraine

    The National Bank of Ukraine does not see the need to expand the crediting program of the IMF, approved this April. NBU Governor Valeria Hontareva told in an interview to Ukrinform within the frames of her visit to the U.S. “We were not going to revise it (program). According to the agreement, the “reviews” are held once in two months...

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