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    Public-private cooperation to make Ukraine`s information policy proactive
    Nov27

    Public-private cooperation to make Ukraine`s information policy proactive

    Key speakers at the panel discussion on the new communication strategies revealed to Ukraine Today how Ukraine should informationally respond to the Russian hybrid war. For the past 3 years, Russia`s been actively exploiting the means of a hybrid warfare to gain the lead not only at the front but also in the information field. Fake news,...

    Reuters: Putin presents Russian passport to Hollywood actor Seagal
    Nov27

    Reuters: Putin presents Russian passport to Hollywood actor Seagal

    Russian President Vladimir Putin presented a Russian passport to U.S. actor Steven Seagal on Friday and said he hoped it would serve as a symbol of how the fractious ties between Moscow and Washington are starting to improve, according to Reuters. At a Kremlin ceremony where Seagal signed his new passport in front of Putin, the Russian leader...

    Spain puts Firtash on int`l wanted list – media
    Nov27

    Spain puts Firtash on int`l wanted list – media

    The Anti-Corruption Prosecutor`s Office of Spain has put Ukrainian gas tycoon Dmytro Firtash on the international wanted list, suspecting him of laundering large sums of money. Firtash is wanted along with his two accomplices – citizens of Ukraine, Deutsche Welle reports with reference to its source in the prosecutor`s office in Spain. It is...

    Yanukovych admits he asked Putin to send troops to Ukraine
    Nov27

    Yanukovych admits he asked Putin to send troops to Ukraine

    Fugitive ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, who fled Ukraine to Russia in February 2014, has confirmed he asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to send Russian troops to Ukraine, saying his request was under the influence of emotions, according to an UNIAN correspondent. ”This document [a letter addressing Putin] indeed existed. There...

    Poroshenko`s office names three points Ukraine opposed at Ukraine-EU summit
    Nov26

    Poroshenko`s office names three points Ukraine opposed at Ukraine-EU summit

    The EU has supported a principled approach of the Ukrainian side concerning the acceleration of the ratification of the Association Agreement, Deputy head of the Ukrainian president`s administration Kostiantyn Yeliseyev said at a briefing in Kyiv, 5.ua reports. ”We have agreed that the EU will continue to support and provide solidarity to Ukraine...

    EBRD, Ukraine agree to cooperate in transformation of Oschadbank
    Nov26

    EBRD, Ukraine agree to cooperate in transformation of Oschadbank

    Ukraine and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) have agreed on measures to support and reform PJSC State Savings Bank of Ukraine Oschadbank and signed a memorandum of understanding. The memorandum was signed off by Ukrainian Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk, Managing Director for Eastern Europe and the Caucasus for the...

    Remembrance Day of the Holodomor (Famine Genocide) 1932-33 years
    Nov26

    Remembrance Day of the Holodomor (Famine Genocide) 1932-33 years

    26.11.2016 takes place Holodomor Remembrance Day of the Holodomor 1932-33 years. During it were murdered nearly 10 million Ukrainians. Holodomor (Famine Genocide) was a man-made famine in Ukraine that was a part of Soviet Union and ethnically Ukrainian areas near the East Ukrainian borders in 1932 and 1933. Holodomor is death by hunger, famine,...

    S&P upgrades Kyiv to `B-` on domestic bond repayment, outlook stable
    Nov26

    S&P upgrades Kyiv to `B-` on domestic bond repayment, outlook stable

    On November 24, 2016, S&P Global Ratings raised its long-term issuer credit rating on the Ukrainian capital City of Kyiv to `B-` from `CC`. The outlook is stable. ”Contrary to our previous base-case expectations, the city of Kyiv has redeemed ahead of schedule Ukrainian hryvnia (UAH) 1.9 billion of G series domestic bonds maturing on...

    Japan PM comments on Russian missile deployment on disputed isles
    Nov26

    Japan PM comments on Russian missile deployment on disputed isles

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Friday Russia`s deployment of missile systems on islands in the western Pacific isles that are also claimed by Tokyo was ”regrettable”, according to Reuters. His comments came less than a month before Russian President Vladimir Putin is to visit Japan for talks aimed at progress on the decades-old...

    EU Commissioner Hahn: EU to face serious problems if Ukraine sees no visa lib
    Nov26

    EU Commissioner Hahn: EU to face serious problems if Ukraine sees no visa lib

    EU Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn has said that the European Union will experience serious problems due to the loss of confidence if Ukraine does not get its visa-free regime with the bloc, according to Europeiska Pravda. At a technical and political level, the EU acknowledged that...

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