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    Enemy opened fire on Ukrainian positions 11 times last night – Matiukhin
    Dec31

    Enemy opened fire on Ukrainian positions 11 times last night – Matiukhin

    The situation in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone in eastern Ukraine did not change significantly last night, although militants fired at Ukrainian military positions 11 times, ATO spokesman Leonid Matiukhin has reported on Facebook. “The militants continued armed provocations, firing at Ukrainian servicemen with small arms, grenade...

    Russians move artillery and armored vehicles to buffer zone
    Dec31

    Russians move artillery and armored vehicles to buffer zone

    The command of the Russian-terrorist forces continues to deploy artillery and armored vehicles in the Pervomaisk-Artemivsk direction near the buffer zone, Information Resistance group leader Dmytro Tymchuk has reported on his Facebook page. “The arrival of another artillery battalion (two batteries of cannon artillery (14 units) and one...

    Yatseniuk: Enterprises now interested to raise wages by 2.5 times
    Dec30

    Yatseniuk: Enterprises now interested to raise wages by 2.5 times

    Bringing wages “out of the shadows” will allow enterprises to reduce the payment of social security tax by three times. Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said this at a press conference on Tuesday, an Ukrinform correspondent reported. “If the company brings wages out of the shadows and begins to pay more than it paid in...

    Ukraine accumulates 1.4 million tonnes of coal, resumes supply – Yatseniuk
    Dec30

    Ukraine accumulates 1.4 million tonnes of coal, resumes supply – Yatseniuk

    Ukraine has accumulated 1.4 million tonnes of coal in its storage facilities and gradually resumes coal supplies. Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said this at a press conference on Tuesday, an Ukrinform correspondent reported. “As for the remainder of coal – the amount of coal consumption and the coal that we get has...

    Yatseniuk expects gas price at $340 and even lower
    Dec30

    Yatseniuk expects gas price at $340 and even lower

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk expects a drop in the gas price for Ukraine next year. He said this at a press conference on Tuesday. “Now we are expecting the gas price at $340 [per 1,000 cubic meters] for the first quarter of the next year, and possibly even lower,” he said, linking a potential drop in gas prices to the...

    One in four Ukrainians expects improvement in a year – survey
    Dec30

    One in four Ukrainians expects improvement in a year – survey

    Almost one in four residents of Ukraine – 24.1% – expects drastic changes in the country in not earlier than a year, according to a survey conducted by Kyiv International Institute of Sociology at the request of ZN.UA. One in five citizens of Ukraine – 21.5% – has lost faith that some order could be brought to the country....

    Yatseniuk announces Russia’s exclusion from list of Ukraine’s main trading partners
    Dec30

    Yatseniuk announces Russia’s exclusion from list of Ukraine’s main trading partners

    Russia will soon cease to be among the main trading partners of Ukraine. Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said this at a press conference on Tuesday. “Russia will stop being one of Ukraine’s main trading partners in the near future,” he said. According to Yatseniuk, today the trade with Russia has halved. He noted that...

    IMF can combine three tranches and increase aid – Hontareva
    Dec30

    IMF can combine three tranches and increase aid – Hontareva

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) can combine three financial tranches to Ukraine and even increase their amount. National Bank governor Valeria Hontareva said this at a briefing on Tuesday, an Ukrinform correspondent reported. “Today, we have a program allocating $17 billion [to Ukraine], and only $4 billion of these funds has already...

    NBU names systemically important banks
    Dec30

    NBU names systemically important banks

    The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has approved methods for determining systemically important banks and included eight financial institutions in such a list, the central bank’s press service has reported. “In accordance with resolution No. 863, eight banks were systemically important as of December 1, 2014: PJSC PrivatBank, JSC...

    Banks owing UAH 33.8 billion to National Bank
    Dec30

    Banks owing UAH 33.8 billion to National Bank

    Ukraine’s banking system should return UAH 33.8 billion in refunding to its regulator – the National Bank of Ukraine. National Bank governor Varleria Hontareva said this at a briefing on Tuesday, an Ukrinform correspondent reported. “The amount of the issued refunding is currently UAH 33.8 billion,” she said. Hontareva...

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