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    Anti-terrorist operation forces to receive 100 more units of military equipment – Poroshenko
    Jan05

    Anti-terrorist operation forces to receive 100 more units of military equipment – Poroshenko

    Another hundred units of equipment for the needs of the Ukrainian army will be transferred at a military training ground near Zhytomyr on Monday, January 5. President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said this during a meeting with the heads of law enforcement agencies, the presidential press service reported. In addition, Poroshenko discussed with...

    Economy minister appoints Estonian as his advisor
    Jan05

    Economy minister appoints Estonian as his advisor

    Managing Director at the Ukrainian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association Jaanika Merilo has been appointed an advisor to Ukrainian Economic Development and Trade Minister Aivaras Abromavicius, the press service of the Ukrainian Economic Development and Trade Ministry has reported. “I am pleased to welcome a new member of our team...

    Lutsenko tells about disputes with Yatseniuk due to reforms
    Jan05

    Lutsenko tells about disputes with Yatseniuk due to reforms

    Chairman of the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko faction in the parliament, coordinator of the parliamentary coalition, Yuriy Lutsenko, considers it necessary to immediately launch reforms in Ukraine and is ready to hold his ground in disputes with Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk. He said this in an interview, the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko’s press...

    Ukraine, EU to hold urgent consultations
    Jan05

    Ukraine, EU to hold urgent consultations

    The Ukrainian government and the European Commission will hold urgent consultations on the introduction of additional import duties on goods supplied to Ukraine, Ukraine’s Mission to the European Union has told an Ukrinform correspondent in Brussels. “According to Ukraine’s representative to the EU Kostiantyn Yeliseyev, tonight...

    Anti-terrorist operation press center: night was relatively quiet
    Jan05

    Anti-terrorist operation press center: night was relatively quiet

    Last night in the area of the anti-terrorist operation was relatively quiet, the press center for the anti-terrorist operation has reported on its Facebook page. “Since 00.20 there was no single shot in Donbas. Hitherto, illegal armed groups ten times had resorted to provocations and shelled the positions of Ukrainian military, using...

    Russia accumulates armored vehicles and artillery near Donetsk
    Jan05

    Russia accumulates armored vehicles and artillery near Donetsk

    The battle formations of Russian-terrorist forces are being increased south of Donetsk, near Dokuchayevsk and Telmanove. Information Resistance group leader Dmytro Tymchuk reported this on his Facebook page. “The movement of manpower and firepower, including armored vehicles and artillery, to the front line is being recorded. At least two...

    Deputies to be stripped of immunity already this year – Lutsenko
    Jan05

    Deputies to be stripped of immunity already this year – Lutsenko

    Parliamentary immunity will be cancelled in 2015 through the gradual introduction of amendments to the Constitution. Coordinator of the parliamentary coalition Yuriy Lutsenko said this in an interview, the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko’s press service reported. “We should get it [immunity] over with and I do not see any argument for...

    OSCE doubles its mission in Donbas
    Jan05

    OSCE doubles its mission in Donbas

    The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe plans to double the number of observers in its monitoring mission in Donbas before the end of January. OSCE spokesman Michael Bociurkiw said this, Radio Liberty reported. “The number of people in the monitoring mission will be increased from 250 to 500 to improve the security...

    21% of Ukrainians believe in voluntary return of Crimea – poll
    Jan05

    21% of Ukrainians believe in voluntary return of Crimea – poll

    More than 20% of Ukrainians believe that Russia-occupied Crimea could voluntary return to Ukraine in case of Ukraine’s turning into developed and economically attractive state, according to a poll conducted by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology commissioned by ZN.ua news website. According to the survey, 18.5% of Ukrainians...

    Ukraine sends new ambassador to Germany
    Jan05

    Ukraine sends new ambassador to Germany

    Ukrainian Ambassador to Germany Andriy Melnyk has left for Berlin. He said this on his Twitter page. “I’m flying out to Berlin. A very important mission of promoting [Ukraine's] national interests in Germany is ahead,” the ambassador wrote. He added that he was preparing for hard work. As reported, on December 19, 2014,...

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