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    Putin names price of Russian gas for Ukraine
    Oct28

    Putin names price of Russian gas for Ukraine

    Russian President Vladimir Putin says that the price of Russian gas for Ukraine could be $180 per 1,000 cubic meters and gas supplies may resume at any moment. ”Nowadays, the price of Ukraine won`t be higher than that for the neighboring states, namely for Poland. I`m not aware of actual prices, but at the moment of our conversation [with...

    OSCE monitors in Donbas: Camera in Shyrokyne records 27 MLRS projectiles on Oct 21
    Oct27

    OSCE monitors in Donbas: Camera in Shyrokyne records 27 MLRS projectiles on Oct 21

    Principal Deputy Chief Monitor of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine reports that multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) are used in Donbas and almost 30 MLRS projectiles were recorded in the village of Shyrokyne, near the Ukrainian-controlled port city of Mariupol alone on October 21. ”On 21/10 [an] SMM camera in Shyrokyne...

    Putin says Russia showing restraint in Syria but patience may run out
    Oct27

    Putin says Russia showing restraint in Syria but patience may run out

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Russia was showing restraint in Syria, but might lose patience and respond in some way to unspecified actions, according to Reuters. ”We … don`t respond to our partners in such a rude way. But everything has its limits. We may respond,” Putin told an audience at the Valdai International...

    IMF says Ukraine may get fourth loan disbursement by year-end
    Oct27

    IMF says Ukraine may get fourth loan disbursement by year-end

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF), Ukraine`s key lender, may disburse a fourth tranche to the country under the Extended Fund Facility (EFF) program by the end of the current year if the reforms conducted by the Ukrainian authorities receive positive assessment. ”Disbursement of the tranche by the end of the year is possible,” IMF...

    Russian payment systems seeking ways to bypass Ukraine sanctions
    Oct27

    Russian payment systems seeking ways to bypass Ukraine sanctions

    Russian payment systems are looking for a way to continue operating on the Ukrainian market after the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) on October 19 banned their activities for a year due to the sanctions imposed, according to Vedomosti. In particular, the ban applies to six payment systems: Zolotaya Korona, Kolibri, Leader international money...

    No Russian warship to be refuelled in Malta
    Oct27

    No Russian warship to be refuelled in Malta

    No Russian war ships will be refuelled in Malta, Foreign Minister George Vella said Thursday, dismissing claims that the flotilla was planning a stopover on the island on their way to Syria, according to Times of Malta. Contacted by Times of Malta, Dr. Vella would not, however, confirm or deny whether a request had been made by the Russians for a...

    Ukraine fines Russian air carriers UAH 721 mln for flights to Crimea
    Oct27

    Ukraine fines Russian air carriers UAH 721 mln for flights to Crimea

    Ukraine has fined Russian airline companies carrying out flights to occupied Crimea UAH 721.236 million, the State Aviation Service of Ukraine told UNIAN. ”After the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation, Ukraine has accrued UAH 721.236 million of penalties to Russian airlines that had violated the Ukrainian legislation carrying out...

    ”Russia took everything”: General Skipalskiy, ex-minister Kostenko tell how Ukraine lost nuclear weapons
    Oct27

    ”Russia took everything”: General Skipalskiy, ex-minister Kostenko tell how Ukraine lost nuclear weapons

    Security expert Lieutenant General Oleksandr Skipalskiy and former Minister of Nuclear Security of Ukraine Yuriy Kostenko told about the country`s nuclear disarmament in an interview with RFE/RL. ”The whole process of nuclear disarmament was considered in two aspects: the first one was to find the optimal way for Ukraine to receive dividends –...

    National Bank of Ukraine downgrades GDP growth forecast in 2017
    Oct27

    National Bank of Ukraine downgrades GDP growth forecast in 2017

    The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has downgraded the outlook for real GDP growth in Ukraine in 2017 from 3% projected earlier to 2.5%, according to the NBU`s presentation to the press conference on monetary policy. According to the document, the forecast for 2018 has also been deteriorated – from 4% projected earlier to 3.5%, while the forecast...

    Russia ”superproblem”, not ”superpower” – Lithuania FM
    Oct27

    Russia ”superproblem”, not ”superpower” – Lithuania FM

    The European Union and NATO should react and respond to the aggressive of Russia in a timely manner, whereas such steps have mostly been too lagging in recent years, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius said at the Warsaw Security Forum, Europeiska Pravda has reported. According to Linkevicius, when it comes to the problematic countries,...

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