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    Foreign Ministry does not know yet who will represent Ukraine at CIS meeting
    Oct08

    Foreign Ministry does not know yet who will represent Ukraine at CIS meeting

    A decision about who will represent Ukraine at a meeting of the Council of CIS Heads of State, planned for October 10 in Minsk, has not been taken yet. MFA Spokesperson Yevhen Perebyinis told a briefing in Kyiv, a Ukrinform correspondent reports. “A decision about the level of participation in this event, in particular, in the Council of CIS...

    CEC does not expect widespread rigging at elections
    Oct08

    CEC does not expect widespread rigging at elections

    The CEC does not forecast widespread rigging at the preterm parliamentary elections with the help of voting at home due to the so-called “epidemic diseases.” Deputy Head of the Central Election Commission Zhanna Usenko-Chorna told a press conference, answering questions of a Ukrinform correspondent. “Today, I can assure you, this (mass voting at...

    Government controlling situation with gas supplies – Yatseniuk
    Oct08

    Government controlling situation with gas supplies – Yatseniuk

    The situation in Ukraine’s energy sector remains extremely difficult, but the government is controlling it. There are currently 16.7 billion cubic meters of natural gas in Ukraine’s underground storage facilities. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said this at a government meeting on Wednesday, the government portal reported....

    Naftogaz will allow companies to conclude gas agreements
    Oct08

    Naftogaz will allow companies to conclude gas agreements

    NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine will allow economic entities to conclude agreements for gas supply and is ready to transport it to enterprises. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk told a government, a Ukrinform correspondent reports. “NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine permits any companies to conclude agreements for the purchase of natural gas. And Naftogaz...

    Ukraine loses three more servicemen
    Oct08

    Ukraine loses three more servicemen

    Three Ukrainian servicemen have been killed and 12 more have been injured in the area of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) in eastern Ukraine in the past 24 hours. Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) information and analytical center spokesman Andriy Lysenko said this at a briefing in Kyiv on Wednesday.

    Government trying to save Kyiv from default
    Oct08

    Government trying to save Kyiv from default

    The Ukrainian government has allocated UAH 1.8 billion to Kyiv, including for gas debt repayment. Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said this at a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, Ukrinform’s correspondent reported. “We have allocated UAH 1.8 billion in support of the capital. I am asking the finance minister to allocate [UAH]...

    Another EUR 6 million to be spent on ‘Wall’ with Russia
    Oct08

    Another EUR 6 million to be spent on ‘Wall’ with Russia

    The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine will allocate an additional six million euros for the “Wall” project. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said this at a government meeting on Wednesday, Ukrinform’s correspondent reported. “Today another important decision is made on the reinforcement of the state border – an...

    Terrorists kill three civilians in Donetsk, injure four
    Oct08

    Terrorists kill three civilians in Donetsk, injure four

    Three civilians have been killed and four more have been injured in Donetsk after terrorists shelled the city. Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) information and analytical center spokesman Andriy Lysenko said this at a briefing on Wednesday. “Terrorists shelled the Kyivsky and Kuibyshevsky districts of Donetsk, killing...

    Situation in Ukraine’s eastern regions. Map
    Oct08

    Situation in Ukraine’s eastern regions. Map

    The situation in eastern Ukraine remains tense. Despite the declared ceasefire, terrorists continue to shell Ukrainian army positions.

    Poroshenko appoints one more presidential advisor
    Oct08

    Poroshenko appoints one more presidential advisor

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has appointed Ihor Smeshko as his advisor. A decree to that effect has been posted on the website of the head of state. In 1997-2000, Smeshko served as chief of the Main Intelligence Department at the Defense Ministry. From November 2002 to June 2003, he worked as deputy secretary of the National Security and...

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