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    Column of tanks enters Ukraine last night – Tymchuk
    Nov21

    Column of tanks enters Ukraine last night – Tymchuk

    Tanks again entered Ukraine from Russia last night. Information Resistance group leader Dmytro Tymchuk reported this on his Facebook page. “Tonight a column of three tanks entered Ukraine from the direction of Gukovo (Russia), whereas five disabled armored vehicles were taken in the opposite direction,” he wrote. Near Fashchivka, in...

    Poroshenko to confer Hero of Ukraine title on Heavenly Hundred
    Nov21

    Poroshenko to confer Hero of Ukraine title on Heavenly Hundred

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has decided to confer the Hero of Ukraine title on all heroes of the Heavenly Hundred. The head of state wrote this on his Twitter page on Friday. “I have decided to confer the Hero of Ukraine title on all Heavenly Hundred Heroes,” Poroshenko wrote. While communicating with the relatives of those...

    Ukraine marks first anniversary of Euromaidan protests
    Nov21

    Ukraine marks first anniversary of Euromaidan protests

    Euromaidan protests began in Ukraine on November 21, 2013, which are now called the Revolution of Dignity. On that day, journalists and people not indifferent to the fate of the country gathered on Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti) in Kyiv to protest against the refusal by the government led by Prime Minister Mykola Azarov to sign an...

    Two civilians, one serviceman killed in Donbas over past 24 hours
    Nov21

    Two civilians, one serviceman killed in Donbas over past 24 hours

    Terrorists have killed two civilians and one Ukrainian serviceman in Donbas over the past 24 hours, the anti-terrorist operation’s press center has reported. “Eighteen of our soldiers have been wounded and one soldier has been killed over the past 24 hours,” reads the report. In general, militants shelled Ukrainian position 39...

    U.S. calls on Russia to change course
    Nov21

    U.S. calls on Russia to change course

    The United States, after the G20 summit where the West demonstrated its united stand against the actions of the Russian leadership, continues to urge Russia and its proxies in the occupied part of Ukraine to change their course and ensure the peaceful settlement of the crisis. A respective statement was made on Thursday by U.S. Ambassador to the...

    Poroshenko to Platini: Crimea remains part of Ukraine
    Nov21

    Poroshenko to Platini: Crimea remains part of Ukraine

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has met with President of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Michel Platini, the press service of the Ukrainian president has reported. In particular, Poroshenko said that when returning from the airport, he saw fifty football fans outside the building of the presidential administration who...

    All five parties initial text of coalition agreement
    Nov21

    All five parties initial text of coalition agreement

    Participants in talks on the creation of a coalition in the Verkhovna Rada have initialed the text of the coalition agreement. Newly elected MP from the People’s Front Party Viktoria Siumar reported this on her Facebook page. “02.00. We have initialed the text. The presentation is scheduled for 12.30 on the Maidan anniversary by all...

    Putin afraid of ‘color revolutions’ in Russia
    Nov20

    Putin afraid of ‘color revolutions’ in Russia

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has described “color revolutions” in some countries as a lesson and warning for Russia and urged to counteract their appearance in Russia by all means. He said this on Thursday at an enlarged meeting of the Russian Security Council on combating extremism, a Ukrinform correspondent in Russia. “In...

    OSCE again extends observer mission on Ukrainian-Russian border
    Nov20

    OSCE again extends observer mission on Ukrainian-Russian border

    The OSCE Permanent Council has decided to extend the mandate of the observer mission on the Ukrainian-Russian border until December 23, 2014, according to a report posted on the website of the organization. “The mandate of the OSCE Observer Mission at the Russian checkpoints Gukovo and Donetsk has been extended by one month to December 23,...

    National Bank predicts economic decline in 2015 at 4.3%
    Nov20

    National Bank predicts economic decline in 2015 at 4.3%

    The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has predicted a decline in the Ukrainian economy in 2015 at 4.3%. NBU Governor Valeria Hontareva said this at the Fifth Ukrainian Investment Forum on Thursday, a Ukrinform correspondent reported. “I cannot tell you now about such things as economic growth, because such things will most likely look like a...

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