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    Ukraine follows all gas transit obligations – UKRTRANSGAZ
    Jan04

    Ukraine follows all gas transit obligations – UKRTRANSGAZ

    As reports the operator of the Ukrainian gas transport system PJSC UKRTRANSGAZ gas transit through Ukraine grew by 23% to 82.2 billion cubic meters in 2016. Press Service of UKRTRANSGAZ on its official website: “Specifically, in December 2016, for the needs of European consumers were transported 8.4 billion cubic meters, which is 25% more...

    Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov to return from Syria to Russia at the beginning of 2017 – Intefax
    Jan04

    Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov to return from Syria to Russia at the beginning of 2017 – Intefax

    Involved in Russia’s military operations in Syria Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov (Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Kuznetsov) may return from the Mediterranean in January 2017. Also to the Russian Navy base in Severomorsk will sail the escort of aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov, nuclear battle cruiser Pyotr Velikiy. “It is...

    State debt of Ukraine decreased to $67.54 billion
    Jan04

    State debt of Ukraine decreased to $67.54 billion

    The Ukrainian Ministry of Finance reports that the total direct and guaranteed state debt of Ukraine decreased by $810 million (1.2%), to $67.54 billion in the 11th month of 2016. Ukraine’s total debt in 2015 decreased by $4.32 billion (6.2%). While during previous months of 2016 it grew by $2.03 billion (3.1% in dollars or 10% in hryvnia),...

    OSCE SMM work in Donbas needs serious improvements – OSCE Chairman Kurz
    Jan04

    OSCE SMM work in Donbas needs serious improvements – OSCE Chairman Kurz

    On January 3, 2017, the OSCE Chairman, Federal Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs of Austria Sebastian Kurz arrived to Ukraine and visited Donetsk Region. He wanted to exam personally the state of Minsk agreements’ fulfillment, the social and economic situation in the region caused by the military aggression of Russia against...

    Oil prices rise because of OPEC plan to reduce output
    Jan04

    Oil prices rise because of OPEC plan to reduce output

    Organizations of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in November 2016 decided to reduce oil output and this agreement enter into force at the first week of 2017. According to Reuters, oil edged higher on Wednesday, January 4, 2017. Global benchmark Brent crude futures LCOc1 were up 49 cents at $55.96 a barrel by 0924 GMT (4:24 a.m. ET). U.S....

    The Security Service of Ukraine wants to prohibit French presidential candidate Le Pen to enter Ukraine
    Jan04

    The Security Service of Ukraine wants to prohibit French presidential candidate Le Pen to enter Ukraine

    The Staff Chief of The Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) Oleksandr Tkachuk sent a request to the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry on the prohibition of entry for the French presidency candidate, the leader of the National Front party Marine Le Pen to Ukraine after her statement that Crimea annexation “was not illegitimate. “January 3...

    Ukrainian World Congress calls attention to the possibility of future similar Russia’s cyber attacks
    Jan04

    Ukrainian World Congress calls attention to the possibility of future similar Russia’s cyber attacks

    The Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) calls attention to the introduction by the U.S of additional sanctions against Russia. These sanctions were provided in response to Russia’s cyber attacks during the U.S. 2016 Presidential election. UWC draws attention to the possibility of similar cyber attacks by the Russian Federation, particularly during...

    Russian troops attacked 32 times in last 24 hours, two Ukrainian servicemen were killed, two wounded near Maryinka
    Jan03

    Russian troops attacked 32 times in last 24 hours, two Ukrainian servicemen were killed, two wounded near Maryinka

    Russian troops attacked 32 times, two Ukrainian servicemen were killed and another two wounded near the village of Maryinka in the last 24 hours. Russian militants instigated two armed provocations near Novozvanivka and two more near Lobacheve village in the Luhansk sector. Moreover, Ukrainian troops registered a ceasefire violation in the...

    Gazprom plans the Nord Stream-2 pipeline and finances Turkish Stream pipeline
    Jan03

    Gazprom plans the Nord Stream-2 pipeline and finances Turkish Stream pipeline

    The Nord Stream-2 pipeline will stretch from Russia to Germany through the Baltic Sea and will be finished in 2019. “The Nord Stream (delivery) rate clearly demonstrates that the northern corridor for Russian gas supplies into the European market is of high demand. And once again it confirms the importance and the urgency to approve and...

    U.S. Senators announced more sanctions against Russia
    Jan03

    U.S. Senators announced more sanctions against Russia

    The American politician Adam Schiff, a member of the House of Representatives of the US Democratic Party Congressman, said that in case if the U.S. President Donald Trump tries to soften sanctions against Russia then sanctions will be even stronger. Adam Schiff stated in an interview with ABC that Donald Trump has to begin to trust the U.S....

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