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    Rada plans to consider sanctions and two laws on elections in Ukraine
    Aug14

    Rada plans to consider sanctions and two laws on elections in Ukraine

    People’s deputies will try to consider amendments to the election law today. At least, this issue was included into the Verkhovna Rada agenda, a Ukrinform correspondent reports. In addition, the bill also provides for amendments to the state budget to increase the CEC spending for early parliamentary elections. MPs plan to consider the bill...

    Filaret: We will receive everyone who withdraws from Moscow patriarchate
    Aug14

    Filaret: We will receive everyone who withdraws from Moscow patriarchate

    Today there is an outflow of the clergy and parishioners of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Moscow Patriarchate to Kyiv Patriarchate, Patriarch of Kyiv and All-Ukraine Filaret told Channel 5 on Wednesday. “The outflow of priests and parishioners from Moscow to Kyiv Patriarchate will be and is already taking place. It is small so far, but I...

    Militants, Russians shell ATO forces minimum six times
    Aug14

    Militants, Russians shell ATO forces minimum six times

    The ATO continue fulfilling combat tasks under the shelling of both by militants and the Russians. Head of the Center of Military and Political Studies and coordinator of the Information Resistance group Dmytro Tymchuk informs on his Facebook page. Security forces were shelled twice – from mortars and BM-21 Grad rocket launchers –...

    ATO forces cutting Luhansk militants off border with Russia
    Aug14

    ATO forces cutting Luhansk militants off border with Russia

    The anti-terrorist operation (ATO) forces continue to methodically cut militants of the so-called “Luhansk People’s Republic” in Luhansk off the border with Russia, Head of the Center for Military and Political Studies Dmytro Tymchuk reported this on his Facebook page. “The ATO forces continue to actively to block Luhansk....

    Putin’s ‘convoy’ heading God knows where
    Aug14

    Putin’s ‘convoy’ heading God knows where

    A convoy with a “humanitarian aid” from Russia, which was heading to the east of Ukraine, but stopped at Malshevo airbase near Voronezh, again started to move, according to the BBC Ukrainian. “BBC’s reporter watched a long chain of white truck moving outside the airbase. Yet it is unclear where the column is heading...

    Presidential press secretary on humanitarian aid to Luhansk
    Aug13

    Presidential press secretary on humanitarian aid to Luhansk

    Press Secretary of the President of Ukraine Sviatoslav Tseholkо made comments on organizing humanitarian aid for Ukrainian Luhansk. On Friday, Ukraine faced the threat of direct armed incursions into its territory. Under the guise of a purported peacekeeping mission, our border would have been crossed instead by armed mercenaries. No civilized...

    Law enforcers take over 1,000 fosterlings from Donetsk region
    Aug13

    Law enforcers take over 1,000 fosterlings from Donetsk region

    Within Donetsk region, from areas temporarily controlled by terrorists, or in which combat operations are going on, 1,122 persons were temporarily relocated to boarding institutions in the territories, controlled by the security forces. Spokesman of the NSDC Information-Analytical Center Andriy Lysenko told a briefing Wednesday. “Work...

    NSDC still does not know where Putin’s “convoy” is heading
    Aug13

    NSDC still does not know where Putin’s “convoy” is heading

    The National Security and Defense Council still has no information about the route of the Russian column of supposedly humanitarian aid. Spokesman of the Information-Analytical Center of the National Security and Defense Council Andriy Lysenko says, a Ukrinform correspondent reports. “Indeed, there is information that the convoy does not...

    Part of soldiers from 72nd Brigade are on holidays
    Aug13

    Part of soldiers from 72nd Brigade are on holidays

    Some soldiers from the 72nd Brigade, who heroically escaped from an entrapment in the border area, got their holidays, others will rotate later. Spokesman of the NSDC Information-Analytical Center Andriy Lysenko briefed, a Ukrinform correspondent reports. “Part of soldiers of the 72nd Brigade is already on holidays, some will receive their...

    Any convoys without Red Cross mandate viewed as aggressive forces – NSDC
    Aug13

    Any convoys without Red Cross mandate viewed as aggressive forces – NSDC

    Foreign convoys that are accompanied by the military and do not have a Red Cross mandate will be viewed by Ukraine as aggression and will get an adequate response. Ukrainian National Security and Defence Council (NSDC) Information and Analysis Center spokesman Andriy Lysenko told this to reporters in Kyiv on Wednesday. “Any convoys that are...

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