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    EU energy ministers to summon in Sofia
    Jan20

    EU energy ministers to summon in Sofia

    The Bulgarian capital, Sofia, will host a meeting of the energy ministers of the European Union, within which the issues of energy security and diversification of energy supply sources will be discussed. This was announced by vice Prime Minister for economy and European integration of Bulgaria Tomislav Donchev, an Ukrinform correspondent has...

    Law enforcement staff start anti-terrorist special operation in Kharkiv after blast on Monday
    Jan20

    Law enforcement staff start anti-terrorist special operation in Kharkiv after blast on Monday

    A special operation is being conducted to search for and arrest those involved in the bombings near Moskovsky district court in Kharkiv last Monday, Security Advisor to the Chairman of Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) Markiyan Lubkivsky reported on his Facebook page. “Head of SBU and Interior Minister inform on setting up a separate...

    No need for Russian gas in two years, President says
    Jan20

    No need for Russian gas in two years, President says

    In 2014, Ukraine reduced the volume of gas consumption from 70 billion to 40 billion cubic meters. In two years Ukraine will need no Russian natural gas at all, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said, delivering a speech at the Europa Institute at the University of Zurich on Monday, an Ukrinform correspondent reported. “Can you imagine...

    Mobilization starts in Ukraine
    Jan20

    Mobilization starts in Ukraine

    January 20, the first wave of mobilization in 2015 has started in Ukraine. The relevant Law No. 113-VIII “On partial mobilization” has been published in the Voice of Ukraine parliamentary newspaper. According to the document, mobilization in 2015 will be conducted in three stages during 210 days. “The need for partial...

    Cameron, Obama pledge to maintain pressure on Putin
    Jan15

    Cameron, Obama pledge to maintain pressure on Putin

    Great Britain and the U.S. will continue to “put diplomatic pressure on Russia to resolve the crisis in Ukraine.” Prime Minister David Cameron and U.S. President Barack Obama said this in a joint interview with The Times newspaper published on Thursday. “If we allow such fundamental breaches of international law [Russia’s...

    Military hospital receives 70 wounded from Donbas in last 3 days
    Jan15

    Military hospital receives 70 wounded from Donbas in last 3 days

    Dnipropetrovsk military hospital has treated 70 recently wounded soldiers brought from the Donbas conflict zone in last 3 days. Head of surgical department Yevhen Herasymenko reported the information to Ukrinform. ” I confirm 70 recently wounded soldiers were brought to the military hospital in Dnipropetrovsk from the Donetsk conflict zone...

    UKRAINE-HOSPITAL-SOLDIERS-VOLUNTEER
    Jan15

    UKRAINE-HOSPITAL-SOLDIERS-VOLUNTEER

    Dnipropetrovsk military hospital has treated 70 recently wounded soldiers brought from the Donbas conflict zone in last 3 days. Head of surgical department Yevhen Herasymenko reported the information to Ukrinform. ” I confirm 70 recently wounded soldiers were brought to the military hospital in Dnipropetrovsk from the Donetsk conflict zone...

    Reverse gas supplies from Poland may be resumed at any time
    Jan15

    Reverse gas supplies from Poland may be resumed at any time

    Polish gas transmission system operator Gaz-System S.A. has not stopped reverse gas supplies to Ukraine. Gas is not supplied to Ukraine since German company RWE, which is contracted to provide transit services, has failed to file daily applications for gas transit through the territory of Poland since beginning of the year. This was stated by...

    European Commission advised to strike Russian lie
    Jan15

    European Commission advised to strike Russian lie

    European Parliament calls on the European Commission to develop and submit a strategy to counter Russia’s propaganda in two months. This is stated in the European Parliament’s resolution on the situation in Ukraine adopted on Thursday in Strasbourg, an Ukrinform correspondent reported. “The European Parliament calls on the...

    Ukraine’s grain exports could set record
    Jan15

    Ukraine’s grain exports could set record

    UKRAINE-GRAIN-EXPORTS-R UKRAINE-GRAIN-EXPORTS-RECORD Ukraine’s grain exports could set record In 2014-2015 marketing year, grain exports from Ukraine may grow by 2.9% and reach a record level of 32.9 million tons. This was announced by chief of business projects department of IA “APK-Inform” Rodion Rybchynsky at the press...

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