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    Ukraine MFA: Mejlis ban actually ban of Crimean Tatar people
    Sep29

    Ukraine MFA: Mejlis ban actually ban of Crimean Tatar people

    The ban on Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people by the occupation authorities of Crimea is actually a ban on these people, spokesperson for the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Mariana Betsa said on Thursday during a rally in support of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatars on the Maidan Nezalezhnosti Square in Kyiv. ”The Ukrainian government is doing...

    Director of World Jewish Congress: ”Millions of Ukrainians fought against Nazis”
    Sep29

    Director of World Jewish Congress: ”Millions of Ukrainians fought against Nazis”

    The Executive Director of the World Jewish Congress, Israel`s Laurence Weinbaum notes the need to honor Ukrainians who fought against the Nazis. ”We came here today to remember the terrible tragedy that befell the Jews of Kyiv and surrounding areas – it is Babii Yar, the 75th anniversary of the events,” Weinbaum said at a briefing in Kyiv, adding...

    Ukraine gets $1 bln from eurobonds placed against U.S. guarantees
    Sep29

    Ukraine gets $1 bln from eurobonds placed against U.S. guarantees

    Ukraine`s Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk has announced that $1 billion raised from the placement of eurobonds against U.S. guarantees has been transferred to Ukraine`s accounts. ”One billion dollars from the issue of eurobonds against U.S. guarantees has arrived in Ukraine`s account,” he wrote on Facebook on Thursday, September 29. Ukraine...

    EBRD projects annual economic growth in Ukraine at 2% in 2016-2017
    Sep29

    EBRD projects annual economic growth in Ukraine at 2% in 2016-2017

    Country Director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) for Ukraine Sevki Acuner says that the Bank projects that Ukraine`s economy may grow by 2% per annum in 2016 and 2017. ”Our current forecast is 2% GDP growth this year and 2% in 2017,” he told UNIAN in an interview. Yet, he said, the figures may be reviewed with due...

    Ukraine, Azerbaijan may start co-production of anti-tank weapons
    Sep29

    Ukraine, Azerbaijan may start co-production of anti-tank weapons

    Ukraine and Azerbaijan are considering the possibility of establishing a joint production of anti-tank missile systems and guided missiles at the enterprises of the Azerbaijan Republic. ”During the meeting with the delegation of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Azerbaijan, headed by the Deputy Minister of Defense, Major General Fuad...

    Israel appeals to Ukraine MFA due to anti-Semitism in broadcasts from annexed Crimea
    Sep29

    Israel appeals to Ukraine MFA due to anti-Semitism in broadcasts from annexed Crimea

    The Embassy of Israel in Ukraine has handed over to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine a note regarding the content of the Planeta TV and radio company, promoting xenophobia and anti-Semitism. The National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine said that they have long been trying to deprive the company of a broadcasting...

    Gas imports from Europe: Polish, Slovak reverse routes loaded by almost 100%
    Sep29

    Gas imports from Europe: Polish, Slovak reverse routes loaded by almost 100%

    Polish and Slovak reverse gas supply routes to Ukraine are loaded by 95% and 100.5% respectively, the press service of the Ukrainian gas transport system operator Ukrtransgaz...

    Australian PM: MH17 `killers` will be brought to justice – The Guardian
    Sep29

    Australian PM: MH17 `killers` will be brought to justice – The Guardian

    Australia`s prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has vowed ”the killers” who downed Malaysia Airlines MH17 with a Russian missile in 2014 will be brought to justice, according to The Guardian. Turnbull told reporters on Thursday that Australia would continue to pursue Russia over the tragedy, The Guardian wrote. ”The perpetrator, the criminals, the...

    Central bank mulls reducing level of monetary base to GDP to 7.5% by 2020
    Sep29

    Central bank mulls reducing level of monetary base to GDP to 7.5% by 2020

    The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) aims by 2020 to reduce the level of the monetary base to GDP to 7.5% from 15.6% at end of 2015, NBU Governor Valeria Gontareva said at the Ukrainian Financial Forum, the NBU reported on Facebook. ”Our ambitious goal is to reduce the level of the monetary base to GDP from 15.6% last year to 7.5% in 2020,” she...

    Russia`s Supreme Court begins consideration of claim on Mejlis ban in occupied Crimea
    Sep29

    Russia`s Supreme Court begins consideration of claim on Mejlis ban in occupied Crimea

    Russia`s Supreme Court has begun the consideration of the complaint on the prohibition of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people in the temporarily occupied territory of Crimea. Representatives of the Embassy of Ukraine in Russia, an official from the European Commission delegation in the Russian Federation and EU diplomats came at the court...

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