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    Kyiv sends 240 tonnes of humanitarian aid to Luhansk
    Aug14

    Kyiv sends 240 tonnes of humanitarian aid to Luhansk

    19 trucks with 240 tonnes of humanitarian aid were sent from Kyiv for Luhansk residents. Infrastructure Minister Maksym Burbak said when a column of Ukrainian trucks was sent from the Boryspil highway, a Ukrinform correspondent reports. “240 tonnes of aid are sent from Kyiv – this is mainly flour, cereals and sugar. From Kharkiv necessities...

    ATO forces already near Luhansk: battle for Khriashchuvate in progress
    Aug14

    ATO forces already near Luhansk: battle for Khriashchuvate in progress

    The anti-terrorist operation (ATO) forces have liberated from terrorists the village of Novosvitlivka in Krasnodon district of Luhansk region, the Іnformator online edition reported, citing a source with the Armed Forces of Ukraine. According to the source, the Ukrainian troops blocked off the traffic between Krasnodon and Luhansk. At the moment,...

    Rada revives military procurasy
    Aug14

    Rada revives military procurasy

    The Verkhovna Rada has passed a bill to resume military prosecutor’s offices in Ukraine. The decision was supported by 249 MPs, a Ukrinform reported. In particular, the bill defines the procedure for the creation, application and logistics support of military prosecutor’s offices, as well as social protection of their officials with...

    Ukrainian humanitarian aid will be sent to Luhansk today
    Aug14

    Ukrainian humanitarian aid will be sent to Luhansk today

    The Ukrainian humanitarian aid will be sent today at noon to Luhansk region from Kyiv, Kharkiv and Dnipropetrovsk. As Iryna Herashchenko wrote on her Facebook page, the aid will be handed over to Red Cross so that the humanitarian mission could deliver these products to people, who are hostages of bandits. “The start of the column will be...

    MPs refuse to consider election bills
    Aug14

    MPs refuse to consider election bills

    People’s deputies did not include three election bills into the agenda. According to an Ukrinform correspondent, two bills by Serhiy Sobolev (No. 4222а and No. 4470а) envisaged holding of the election based on a proportional system and open lists, while a bill by Andriy Ivanchuk (No. 4471а) proposes elections according to the mixed system....

    Switzerland toughens sanctions against Russia, calls for peace dialogue
    Aug14

    Switzerland toughens sanctions against Russia, calls for peace dialogue

    The Swiss Federal Council has toughened sanctions against Russia, TSN reported. In particular, the Swiss authorities extended the ban on the supply of double purpose goods, in addition, Switzerland promises to prevent the use of its territory for smuggling of the goods fallen under the sanctions to Russia. Switzerland, currently holding the...

    Turchynov will not let deputies go without lustration law
    Aug14

    Turchynov will not let deputies go without lustration law

    The Verkhovna Rada will not end work today until a lustration bill is considered. VR Chairman Oleksandr Turchynov said following the requirement from Svoboda and Batkivshchyna factions to consider this document first, a Ukrinform correspondent reports. “The parliament will not end work until it discusses the bill on lustration,” Turchynov said....

    Activists block off Hrushevskoho Str., demand lustration
    Aug14

    Activists block off Hrushevskoho Str., demand lustration

    Protesters have blocked off Hrushevskoho Str. in Kyiv demanding that members of the Verkhovna Rada pass a bill on lustration, according to a Ukrinform reporter. The activists are holding posters “Lustration – time requirement,” “Learn to defend yourself,” “I am for lustration,” “Glory to the nation,...

    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...

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