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    Poroshenko allows Dutch and Australian police to arrive in Ukraine
    Aug01

    Poroshenko allows Dutch and Australian police to arrive in Ukraine

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed the laws that allow Australia and the Netherlands to send their missions to investigate the crash of the Malaysian Boeing aircraft, the presidential press service has reported. According to the law on the ratification of an agreement between Ukraine and Australia on sending Australian personnel to...

    29 orphans taken from Khartsyzsk
    Aug01

    29 orphans taken from Khartsyzsk

    29 orphans were taken from Khartsyzsk for health improvement to Zaporizhzhia region. This was reported by the press service of the Donetsk regional state administration. “Today (July 31 – Ed.) it was succeeded to take for health improvement pupils from the city center of social and psychological assistance. 29 children went to have a...

    Experts again going to Boeing crash site
    Aug01

    Experts again going to Boeing crash site

    Foreign experts accompanied by the OSCE again went to the crash site of the Malaysian airliner in Donetsk region. OSCE Special Mission Speaker Michael Bociurkiw wrote on Twitter. “A convoy of 14 vehicles, escorted by the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission, is en-route to the MH17 crash site, using northern route proved yesterday,” he said. lk...

    Ukrainian army frees Novy Svit in Donetsk region
    Aug01

    Ukrainian army frees Novy Svit in Donetsk region

    Ukrainian servicemen have liberated Novy Svit in Donetsk region from terrorists, the press center of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) has reported on Facebook. “The units of the ATO forces freed the settlement of Novy Svit in Donetsk region from militants. A stable life is being restored here,” the ATO press center reported. ap...

    World Bank may freeze projects in Russia
    Aug01

    World Bank may freeze projects in Russia

    The Big Seven countries will oppose the approval of new World Bank projects in Russia. It is reported by Bloomberg, citing the informed sources. A decision was made by the Deputy Finance Ministers of the G7 Countries during the conference call last week. Now, the World Bank is considering nine projects in Russia totaling USD 1.34 billion, the...

    Europe to bid for liquefied natural gas – German expert
    Aug01

    Europe to bid for liquefied natural gas – German expert

    Europe in the current conflict with Russia also plans to focus on liquefied gas. German energy expert Claudia Kemfert says. “Europe will also make a big bet on liquefied gas… Europe plans that Ukraine will receive from the West at least part of required gas. There is a pipeline from the West to the East, so it is possible from the...

    Trilateral contact group in Minsk agree on release of hostages
    Aug01

    Trilateral contact group in Minsk agree on release of hostages

    The trilateral contact group for the settlement of the situation in eastern Ukraine has agreed to hold another meeting next week following consultations with representatives of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics in Minsk, reads a statement posted on the OSCE website. “The Contact Group agreed with the...

    Contact group agrees on ceasefire in area of Boeing crash
    Jul31

    Contact group agrees on ceasefire in area of Boeing crash

    The trilateral contact group for the peaceful settlement of the conflict in eastern Ukraine at a meeting in Minsk on July 31 decided on a ceasefire in the area of the Malaysian Boeing 777 crash. The head of the state commission investigating the causes of the crash, Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman, said this at a briefing on...

    MPs given 45 days for campaigning before new elections
    Jul31

    MPs given 45 days for campaigning before new elections

    The election campaign for early parliamentary elections in Ukraine this year will be reduced by a quarter – to 45 days. Such an agreement was reached at a meeting between President Petro Poroshenko, Verkhovna Rada Chairman Oleksandr Turchynov, Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk and the heads of parliamentary factions and groups, the press...

    Oettinger: Russia itself depends on gas sale to Europe
    Jul31

    Oettinger: Russia itself depends on gas sale to Europe

    Moscow will comply with its obligations as gas supplier to Europe, because it needs daily revenues to the state budget. European Energy Commissioner Guenther Oettinger told the German television channel ARD, Ukrinform’s Berlin correspondent reported. “We take this [threat - ed.] seriously. But I think that the dependence is mutual, so...

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