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    Every Rada meeting may start with announcing dead ATO soldiers` names
    Jun13

    Every Rada meeting may start with announcing dead ATO soldiers` names

    Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on Healthcare, MP from the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko (BBP) Olha Bohomolets has said that a draft resolution to start each parliament meeting with a moment of silence in commemoration of soldiers who have died in the Anti-Terrorist Operation in eastern Ukraine was registered in the Verkhovna Rada of...

    State property regulator discloses date of Odesa chemical plant`s sale
    Jun13

    State property regulator discloses date of Odesa chemical plant`s sale

    Head of the State Property Fund of Ukraine (SPF) Ihor Bilous says an auction to sell 99.6% of the shares in one of Ukraine`s largest chemical producers Odesa Portside Chemical Plant (OPP) is scheduled for July 26.”The auction will be held on July 26,” Bilous told reporters.As UNIAN reported earlier, the Ukrainian government in mid-May approved...

    Ukrainian grain exports hit 37.3 mln tonnes
    Jun13

    Ukrainian grain exports hit 37.3 mln tonnes

    Ukrainian farmers have already exported 37.3 million tonnes of grain in the 2015-2016 marketing year (July 2015 through June 2016), according to the Ukrainian Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry`s press service.In particular, wheat exports stood at 15.9 million tonnes, while maize exports totaled 16.8 million tonnes. Barley exports reached 4.3...

    Euro 2016: French government calls for alcohol ban in match zones – BBC
    Jun13

    Euro 2016: French government calls for alcohol ban in match zones – BBC

    The French government has urged cities hosting Euro 2016 matches to ban alcohol near venues and fan zones, according to the BBC.It follows three days of clashes between fans and police in Marseille, the BBC reports.UEFA is investigating after Russia supporters appeared to rush at England fans in the stadium after their draw on Saturday. It has...

    Right Sector posts photos of its soldiers killed in attack on Butivka mine
    Jun13

    Right Sector posts photos of its soldiers killed in attack on Butivka mine

    Commander of the Ukrainian Right Sector Volunteer Corps Andriy Stempitskiy has posted photos of Right Sector fighters who were killed during a Russia’s artillery attack on the Butivka coal mine in eastern Ukraine in the night from Saturday to Sunday. Earlier Ministry of Defense, and spokesman of the Presidential Administration on ATO...

    U.S. nuclear-powered submarine arrives in South Korean port
    Jun13

    U.S. nuclear-powered submarine arrives in South Korean port

    The USS Mississippi (SSN-782), a nuclear reactor-powered United States submarine, entered the port of Busan on Monday as part of the vessel`s maiden voyage to the Asian region, the U.S. military said Monday, according to Yonhap News Agency.The 7,800-ton Virginia-class attack submarine is one of the U.S. Navy`s newest vessels, having started its...

    PM wants to open investment promotion agency
    Jun13

    PM wants to open investment promotion agency

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman announces that the Ukrainian government has been tasked with the creation of an agency to encourage investment in Ukraine.”We`ll set up an investment promotion agency soon. This is our home task,” Groysman said at the 5th Annual Sweden-Ukraine Business Forum hosted by Kyiv on June 13.The prime minister...

    150 Russians `behind` Euro 2016 violence – BBC
    Jun13

    150 Russians `behind` Euro 2016 violence – BBC

    Some 150 Russians were behind much of the violence in Marseille ahead of the Euro 2016 match between England and Russia, French prosecutors have said, according to BBC.Ten people, including six Britons, three French and an Austrian, face an immediate trial, Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin said, BBC writes.But he said just two Russians had been...

    Petrenko: 20% of Ukrainian judges skip competence assessment
    Jun13

    Petrenko: 20% of Ukrainian judges skip competence assessment

    Ukrainian Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko says that almost 20% of the Ukrainian judges refuse to undergo competence assessment and appraisal because they cannot confirm their competence or prove the source of their income, according to the RBC Ukraine news agency.”About 20% of the judges refuse to undergo the assessment due to the fact that they...

    Ukraine PM wants to see hydropower development plan for next decade
    Jun13

    Ukraine PM wants to see hydropower development plan for next decade

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has instructed the Ukrainian government to develop a clear-cut plan to support hydropower generation in Ukraine in the next ten years as part of the strategic planning of the sector`s development, according to the government`s press service.”It is necessary to accelerate rather than decelerate the...

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