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    Finance Minister Jaresko publishes tax declaration for 2015
    Apr07

    Finance Minister Jaresko publishes tax declaration for 2015

    Ukrainian Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko has declared an income of UAH 121,700 for last year, including a salary of almost UAH 73,000, according to the minister`s tax declaration published on the Finance Ministry`s website.According to the document, the minister also received UAH 26,800 in dividends and interest payments, and about UAH 22,000...

    Groysman says Dutch referendum ”very disturbing” signal to Ukraine
    Apr07

    Groysman says Dutch referendum ”very disturbing” signal to Ukraine

    Verkhovna Rada Chairman Volodymyr Groysman has called the preliminary results of the April 6 referendum in the Netherlands on the ratification of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement as an ”extremely disturbing” signal to Ukraine.”Unfortunately, the results of the referendum in the Netherlands have proved to be unfavorable to Ukraine. We respect...

    EU`s 2016 quotas for export of Ukrainian sugar, maize and juices finished
    Apr07

    EU`s 2016 quotas for export of Ukrainian sugar, maize and juices finished

    Ukrainian Agrarian Policy and Food Minister Oleksiy Pavlenko says Ukrainian exporters in January-March used all annual quotas for duty-free supplies of sugar, honey, maize, barley groats and flour, processed tomatoes, as well as grape and apple juice to the European Union.”The dynamics of the use of the 2016 quotas show that they are over for...

    Latvian FM: Dutch referendum results should not affect our support of Ukraine
    Apr07

    Latvian FM: Dutch referendum results should not affect our support of Ukraine

    Latvian Foreign Minister Edgar Rinkevics has said the result of the Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement should not affect the support of Ukraine by EU countries.”The Dutch referendum on EU-UA Association agreement should not affect our support to Ukraine, shows the need to address key EU challenges,” Rinkevics wrote on...

    Ukraine can get $1.85 bln from Japan if reforms implemented
    Apr07

    Ukraine can get $1.85 bln from Japan if reforms implemented

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says his country will keep its promise regarding $1.88 billion in financial aid to Ukraine if it honors its commitments on reform.”We will continue with plans to send $1.85 billion in an economic package to Ukraine for reform,” he said at a joint press conference with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in...

    Italian police use tear gas, water cannon in Naples anti-Renzi protests
    Apr07

    Italian police use tear gas, water cannon in Naples anti-Renzi protests

    Italian police fired tear gas and water cannon on Wednesday during running battles with protesters demonstrating against Prime Minister Matteo Renzi during a visit to the southern city of Naples, according to Reuters.Renzi, in Italy`s third-largest city to discuss plans for the urban development of a former industrial site, was greeted by a...

    Japan to allocate almost $14 mln for re-building Ukraine`s east
    Apr07

    Japan to allocate almost $14 mln for re-building Ukraine`s east

    Japan is about to allocate $13.6 million for re-building Ukraine`s eastern regions affected by war, an UNIAN correspondent reported referring to President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko`s statement made at a joint press conference with Japan`s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe after their meeting in Tokyo on Wednesday.”I would like to thank the government...

    Dutch PM: Ratification of EU treaty with Ukraine cannot ”just proceed”
    Apr07

    Dutch PM: Ratification of EU treaty with Ukraine cannot ”just proceed”

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte says the Netherlands will not be able to ”just proceed” with the ratification of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement after the Dutch referendum on April 6 when the majority of citizens rejected the EU-Ukraine deal.”If this is the outcome, we will have to consider this advice carefully. It implies a political fact...

    VOA: NATO challenged by more assertive Russia, militants
    Apr07

    VOA: NATO challenged by more assertive Russia, militants

    NATO is preparing to step up its response to Islamic State and a more assertive Russia responsible for aggressive actions in Ukraine, according to Voice of America (VOA).NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg spoke with VOA`s Serbian Service about the alliance`s future this week in Washington.”That is the two main challenges we face and they are...

    ATO HQ closes Stanytsia Luhanska checkpoint in Donbas
    Apr07

    ATO HQ closes Stanytsia Luhanska checkpoint in Donbas

    The Stanytsia Luhanska control point of entry/exit has suspended its work due to the constant militant shelling of the adjacent areas, according to the press center of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO).”In order to preserve the lives and health of civilians who cross this checkpoint, the ATO headquarters in Donetsk and Luhansk regions have...

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