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    Polish diplomat says cooperation agreement with Ukraine foresees arms supplies
    Jul19

    Polish diplomat says cooperation agreement with Ukraine foresees arms supplies

    Minister-Counsellor, Deputy Head of the Mission at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland to Ukraine Rafal Wolski reveals that an agreement on military technical cooperation signed by the Defense Ministers of Poland and Ukraine in Warsaw foresees shipments of arms and military hardware, according to an UNIAN correspondent.”At the [NATO] summit,...

    Ukraine`s agriculture ministry announces grain harvest forecast for 2016
    Jul19

    Ukraine`s agriculture ministry announces grain harvest forecast for 2016

    Ukraine`s Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry forecasts that the gross yield of grain in Ukraine in 2016 will exceed 60 million tonnes for the fourth year in a row.”This year, farmers have grown a good harvest, and the gross yield of grain will exceed 60 million tonnes for the fourth consecutive year,” the ministry`s press service quoted Deputy...

    Ukraine to consider martial law option amid further escalation in Donbas
    Jul19

    Ukraine to consider martial law option amid further escalation in Donbas

    Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) Oleksandr Turchynov says that the NSDC may consider the introduction of martial law should escalation continue in Donbas.”Should these dangerous trends go on, Ukraine will take all necessary measures to protect its integrity and the safety of its citizens, up to consideration by the...

    International Olympic Committee not to organize sports events in Russia
    Jul19

    International Olympic Committee not to organize sports events in Russia

    The International Olympic Committee (IOC) says it will not organise or give patronage to any sports event or meeting in Russia. ”This includes plans for the European Games 2019 organised by the European Olympic Committees (EOC),” the IOC Executive Board said in a statement on the WADA independent person report.The IOC will not grant any...

    Bloomberg: Russian consumers still in shock as they cut back on food and medicine
    Jul19

    Bloomberg: Russian consumers still in shock as they cut back on food and medicine

    Almost a third of Russians now buy less food than before, while 49% admit they save on medicine by ignoring doctor prescriptions if the treatment is too expensive, recent surveys found, according to Bloomberg. Some two-thirds say prices of goods and services bought by their families are rising at double the pace of officially reported inflation...

    Tender to sell Odesa chemical plant to be held again in fall at lower starting price
    Jul19

    Tender to sell Odesa chemical plant to be held again in fall at lower starting price

    The State Property Fund of Ukraine (SPFU) intends to lower the starting price of 99.6% shares of the Odesa Port-Side Chemical Plant and call for another tender to sell the plant in early fall, SPF Head Ihor Bilous said at a press briefing.Odesa Port-Side Chemical Plant is one of the country`s largest chemical producers.”To attract a broader range...

    Schwarzenegger visits Klitschko ahead of fight with Fury
    Jul19

    Schwarzenegger visits Klitschko ahead of fight with Fury

    Bodybuilding legend, actor and politician Arnold Schwarzenegger visited Volodymyr Klitschko`s training camp in Austria, where the latter is preparing for his rematch fight against Tyson Fury.Klitschko tweeted a picture from the camp in Going with his daughter Kaya Evdokia and Schwarzenegger. Schwarzenegger and Klitschko have been friends for a...

    Ukrgazvydobuvannya files lawsuit against companies associated with Ukraine billionaire Firtash
    Jul19

    Ukrgazvydobuvannya files lawsuit against companies associated with Ukraine billionaire Firtash

    The country`s largest gas company, Ukrgazvydobuvannya, has initiated proceedings with the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce to terminate a joint activity agreement, dated June 10, 2002, signed with Karpatygaz and Misen Enterprises AB (both companies are controlled by businessman Dmytro Firtash, according to the media),...

    Turkish navy ships still missing after failed coup – media
    Jul19

    Turkish navy ships still missing after failed coup – media

    14 Turkish navy ships remained at sea and unaccounted for last night amid concerns that their commanders may be coup conspirators seeking to defect, according to The Times.Admiral Veysel Kosele, the commander of the Turkish navy, has been out of contact since Friday night`s botched coup, a source confirmed. It is not known whether he was an...

    Donbas death toll rises: Ukraine reports 7 KIA, 14 WIA in 24 hours
    Jul19

    Donbas death toll rises: Ukraine reports 7 KIA, 14 WIA in 24 hours

    Seven Ukrainian soldiers were killed and another 14 were injured in the Donbas conflict zone over the past 24 hours, according to the Presidential Administration`s spokesman for ATO.”Over the past day, seven Ukrainian soldiers were killed and 14 were injured in the fighting,” Andriy Lysenko, ATO spokesman for the president`s staff, said at a...

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