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    There is no excuse for Russia for breach of Minsk agreements
    Oct10

    There is no excuse for Russia for breach of Minsk agreements

    Russia and Russia-backed armed separatists in eastern Ukraine cannot be justified for the violation of the Minsk peace agreements. U.S. Envoy at OSCE Daniel Baer said this at a meeting of the OSCE Permanent Council in Vienna on Thursday, Ukrinform’s correspondent reported. “Russia influences the separatists in many ways, including...

    The “Crossing the Dnipro” Syndrome
    Oct10

    The “Crossing the Dnipro” Syndrome

    1. The fact that the ceasefire satisfies no one is obvious. Still, the intensity of fighting, with the exception of several areas and districts, has decreased. This situation cannot help but evoke concern, especially in light of the fact that neither side has achieved its goals. And, if the command of the Ukrainian troops prefers not to stand out...

    Poroshenko calls for speedy release of Ukrainians detained in Belarus
    Oct10

    Poroshenko calls for speedy release of Ukrainians detained in Belarus

    Some Ukrainian fans who were detained after yesterday’s match in Belarus have been released after the intervention of the Ukrainian president. Ukrainian presidential press secretary Sviatoslav Tseholko reported this on his Facebook page. “The Ukrainian president instructed the Foreign Ministry to urgently provide consular protection...

    This is Ukraine today – October 9
    Oct10

    This is Ukraine today – October 9

    Maidan Community Sector, Lviv: Dear friends! War, not the expected peace arrived at the doorstep of Great Britain and France when they gave up Czechoslovakia to Hitler in 1938. War is happening right here at home and not in faraway Europe – the United States were harshly reminded about this at Pearl Harbor in 1942. War descended on Ukraine and...

    Ukraine may default next year – Moody’s
    Oct10

    Ukraine may default next year – Moody’s

    Ukraine is likely to default on its debts next year when it breaches the conditions of a controversial $3 billion bond held by Russia, allowing Moscow to demand immediate repayment and possibly triggering a wider default on all the country’s international debts, Moody’s has warned, Voice of America has reported, citing Financial...

    Russia resumes certification of Ukrainian pork
    Oct10

    Russia resumes certification of Ukrainian pork

    The Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor) resumes certification certification of pig production of four Ukrainian companies, imported to Russia. The press service of the Russian agency informs. The matter concerns products of LLC VMP (Volyn region), LLC Svizhenka (Chernivtsi region), LLC Salkom Plyus...

    Heletey goes to antiterrorist area
    Oct10

    Heletey goes to antiterrorist area

    Defense Minister Valeriy Heletey will go to the ATO area today with examination of provision of military units for their service during the autumn-winter period. He told a briefing at Ukrinform. “October 10, I will personally go to the ATO area, including with volunteers, and will assess the situation,” Heletey said. The Minister reminded that...

    Ukraine beats Belarus 2-0 in Euro 2016 qualifier
    Oct10

    Ukraine beats Belarus 2-0 in Euro 2016 qualifier

    Ukraine’s national football team has earned the first victory in the qualifying tournament of the Euro 2016 European Football Championship. Mykhailo Fomenko’s side beat Belarus 2-0 at the Barysaw Arena stadium on Thursday, Ukrinform reports. In other Group C matches, Slovakia defeated current European champions Spain 2-1 in Zilina,...

    1,500 persons killed in Donetsk region – OSCE
    Oct10

    1,500 persons killed in Donetsk region – OSCE

    In Donetsk region, during the armed conflict 1,498 persons were killed, including 21 children from March 13 to October 8. These data were made public by the OSCE at its website . “1,498 people, including 21 children, had been killed in the entire region of Donetsk from 13 March 2014 to 8 October 2014. According to the director there are 60 bodies...

    Ukraine should be given more money – IMF
    Oct10

    Ukraine should be given more money – IMF

    Ukraine will need additional external loans to support its economy, and they should come multiple sources, not just from the International Monetary Fund. This was stated by IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde, The Wall Street Journal reported. Additional funds should be attracted for the program for financing the Ukrainian economy, which was...

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