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    Deputies unwillingly move lustration – Sobolev
    Aug11

    Deputies unwillingly move lustration – Sobolev

    The lustration law has not yet found the necessary support from the MPs for being submitted to consideration of the parliament. Head of the Batkivshchyna faction Serhiy Sobolev told a briefing today, answering questions of journalists. “Unfortunately, we have not the necessary number of the votes yet. A position remains unchanged. This law is...

    Russia reduces arms supplies for terrorists – NSDC
    Aug11

    Russia reduces arms supplies for terrorists – NSDC

    Russia supplies terrorists in Ukraine with much less military equipment than they did before, Ukrainian National Security and Defence Council (NSDC) information and analytical center spokesman Andriy Lysenko told reporters on Monday. “In those areas that are traditionally used, the movements of military equipment are recorded, but not as...

    Verkhovna Rada to approve sanctions against Russia, but with amendments – Karasiov
    Aug11

    Verkhovna Rada to approve sanctions against Russia, but with amendments – Karasiov

    The Verkhovna Rada may approve sanctions against Russian companies and natural persons, responsible for occupation of Crimea and the war in Donbas. However, the MPs will make their amendments to the draft law. Politologist Vadym Karasiov expressed this opinion to a Ukrinform correspondent today. “The parliamentary week will be difficult, since it...

    Ukrainian troops fought in 17 localities over past 24 hours
    Aug11

    Ukrainian troops fought in 17 localities over past 24 hours

    During the last 24 hours the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) forces 26 times took up the battles with the terrorists in 17 towns of Donbas, Ukrainian National Security and Defence Council (NSDC) information and analytical center spokesman Andriy Lysenko told reporters on Monday. “Overall, during last 24 hours the ATO forces 26 times entered...

    568 Ukrainian servicemen killed since start of anti-terrorist operation – Security and Defense Council
    Aug11

    568 Ukrainian servicemen killed since start of anti-terrorist operation – Security and Defense Council

    A total of 568 Ukrainian servicemen have been killed and over 2,000 have been wounded since the beginning of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) in the Donbas. Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) information and analytical center spokesman Andriy Lysenko said this at a briefing in Kyiv on Monday, a Ukrinform correspondent...

    Mass media: SPF ex-head arrested at Boryspil
    Aug11

    Mass media: SPF ex-head arrested at Boryspil

    The former head of the State Property Fund of Ukraine was detained at the Boryspil Airport, when trying to board an airplane flight to Moscow. Kommentator informs about this. “According to preliminary data, obtained by a correspondent of the news agency Kommentator at the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, Mr. Riabchenko is...

    National Bank does not intend to spend reserves
    Aug11

    National Bank does not intend to spend reserves

    The National Bank of Ukraine will respond to rate jumps, but it has no intention to spend gold and currency reserves. NBU governor Valeria Hontareva says about this, LIGABusinessInform reports. “The exchange rate flexibility means that we will not keep it within the frames of some guidelines or corridors. But this does not mean that the National...

    ATO forces preparing for final stage of Donetsk liberation – NSDC
    Aug11

    ATO forces preparing for final stage of Donetsk liberation – NSDC

    The anti-terrorist operation (ATO) forces are preparing for the final stage of the operation to liberate Donetsk, Ukrainian National Security and Defence Council (NSDC) information and analytical center spokesman Andriy Lysenko told Reuters. “The forces of the anti-terrorist operations are preparing for the final stage of the liberation of...

    Putin could invade Ukraine – Obama
    Aug11

    Putin could invade Ukraine – Obama

    U.S. President Barack Obama has said he does not rule out an open incursion by the Russian army into Ukraine. He said this in an interview with the New York Times. Obama said that the prospects for a diplomatic agreement that would prevent Russian President Vladimir Putin from invading Ukraine were real, but dimming. He said that this option...

    Over 100 prisoners escape from Donetsk colony
    Aug11

    Over 100 prisoners escape from Donetsk colony

    106 prisoners escaped from a colony in Donetsk after the shelling, some of them have already returned, the press service of Donetsk City Council reported on Monday. “Late in the evening of August 10 as a result of artillery shelling, a shell hit a residential area in a penal colony No.124 in Kirovsky district. One prisoner was killed, three...

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