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    Turchynov confident law enforcers to prevent any destabilization May 9
    May06

    Turchynov confident law enforcers to prevent any destabilization May 9

    Secretary of Ukraine`s National Security and Defense Council Oleksandr Turchynov says he is confident that the Ukrainian law enforcement agencies will meet the challenge of preventing any attempts to destabilize the situation across the country during the holidays commemorating the victory in World War II.The law enforcers should be prepared for...

    U.S. Embassy in Ukraine, FBI donate $500,000 worth of equipment
    May06

    U.S. Embassy in Ukraine, FBI donate $500,000 worth of equipment

    The U.S. Embassy`s International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) office in Ukraine and the Federal Bureau of Investigation ) donated to the National Anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) a $500,000 equipment, according to the U.S. Embassy`s posting on Facebook.U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt on May 5, 2016, visited NABU...

    PM Groysman to Moskal: No ultimatums, let`s do work together
    May06

    PM Groysman to Moskal: No ultimatums, let`s do work together

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman says he does not plan to meet the request by Zakarpattia Governor Hennadiy Moskal about his resignation request because of the situation in the Zakarpattia customs office.”I won`t let anyone speak to me in the language of ultimatums. Hennadiy Hennadiyovych [Moskal], despite your request, I`m not going...

    IMF forecasts 1.5% economic growth, 15.1% inflation in Ukraine in 2016
    May06

    IMF forecasts 1.5% economic growth, 15.1% inflation in Ukraine in 2016

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has maintained its economic growth forecast for Ukraine in 2016 at 1.5% and inflation at 15.1%, the Fund said in its Report on Regional Economic Issues covering Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe.GDP growth and inflation rate projections for 2017 have also remained unchanged, being 2.5% and 11%,...

    IMF outlines key tasks for Ukraine
    May06

    IMF outlines key tasks for Ukraine

    Reforms that are of critical importance to Ukraine include anti-corruption and judicial measures, tax administration reforms, and reforms of state-owned enterprises to improve corporate governance and reduce fiscal risks, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).The IMF emphasizes greater reform efforts will have to be made by Ukraine...

    Putin walks fiscal tightrope as era of deficits seen to 2020 – Bloomberg
    May06

    Putin walks fiscal tightrope as era of deficits seen to 2020 – Bloomberg

    If the Russian government`s in-house forecaster is right that muted oil prices are here to stay, budget deficits will stretch to the end of this decade, according to a Bloomberg survey of analysts.Under the Economy Ministry`s projection that oil will average $40 a barrel through 2019, the books won`t balance until 2020 or later, according to 23...

    Ukraine should regulate timber exports under WTO, EU rules
    May06

    Ukraine should regulate timber exports under WTO, EU rules

    First Deputy Chairperson of the State Forest Resources Agency Khrystyna Yushkevych says Ukraine needs to handle issues related to the moratorium on timber exports as a reliable member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and a partner committed to fulfilling all the requirements stipulated by agreements with the WTO and the European Union.”The...

    No Ukrainian soldiers killed, but one wounded in Donbas in last day
    May06

    No Ukrainian soldiers killed, but one wounded in Donbas in last day

    No Ukrainian soldiers were killed in the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) zone in eastern Ukraine in the last day, but one was wounded, according to the press center of the ATO headquarters.”No Ukrainian soldiers were killed in the past 24 hours, but one our soldier was wounded in hostilities,” spokesperson for the Ukrainian presidential...

    Reuters: Early signs from new Ukraine government encouraging, IMF says
    May06

    Reuters: Early signs from new Ukraine government encouraging, IMF says

    The early signs coming from Ukraine`s new government are ”very encouraging” one of the International Monetary Fund`s top officials said on Friday, according to Reuters.Mahmood Pradhan, deputy head of the IMF`s European department delivered the Fund`s first public thumbs up to the new-look set up in Kyiv following the departure of a number of key...

    Klimkin: Important to implement DCFTA, visa-free regime this summer
    May06

    Klimkin: Important to implement DCFTA, visa-free regime this summer

    Ukraine`s Foreign Affairs Minister Pavlo Klimkin stresses the importance of the implementation of the DCFTA (Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement) between Ukraine and the European Union, and the introduction of the EU visa-free regime for Ukraine and Georgia this summer. Klimkin shared this opinion with his peers from the Visegrad Group...

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