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    Ukraine’s government freezes $1.42 billion in Yanukovych’s accounts
    Jan29

    Ukraine’s government freezes $1.42 billion in Yanukovych’s accounts

    Ukraine’s State Financial Monitoring Service has blocked $1.42 billion in non-resident companies accounts associated with the ousted president Yanukovych, his relatives, former government officials and their related parties. The state service for financial monitoring has reported the news. “The service continue its active work to...

    Residents of occupied territories mobilized on voluntary basis only – General Staff
    Jan29

    Residents of occupied territories mobilized on voluntary basis only – General Staff

    Ukrainian citizens, who stay in the territory of Donbas temporarily occupied by Russian terrorists, are called up for military service within the framework of mobilization only on a voluntary basis. This has been stated by acting spokesman for the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Vladyslav Selezniov at a press briefing on Thursday, an...

    Three civilians killed, ten wounded in heavy shelling in Donetsk
    Jan29

    Three civilians killed, ten wounded in heavy shelling in Donetsk

    Three civilians were killed and ten wounded as a result of heavy shelling in Donetsk for the past 24 hours. The greatest damages have been registered in Kuybyshevsky and Petrivsky districts of the city, Donetsk city council reports. “As a result of warfare, three civilians were killed and ten civilians got injured,” reads the...

    Poroshenko, Hollande and Merkel discuss situation in Donbas
    Jan29

    Poroshenko, Hollande and Merkel discuss situation in Donbas

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko had a telephone conversation with French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the presidential press service has reported. “The parties discussed the situation in Donbas and the ways of its peaceful settlement. The Presidents of Ukraine and France, as well as German...

    Ivan Pavlov: I am very happy to achieve my best result
    Jan29

    Ivan Pavlov: I am very happy to achieve my best result

    Ukrainian junior figure skater Ivan Pavlov from Kyiv won his “gold” as a great gift to Ukrainian fans at XII European Youth Olympic Festival held in Austria and Liechtenstein . After his performance in the long program, the athlete didn’t conceal his joy as he achieved his best result, the press service of the National Olympic...

    Russia delivers trains of ammunition to Donbas
    Jan29

    Russia delivers trains of ammunition to Donbas

    A growing movement of the ammunition from Russia to Donbas has been noticed this week, Information Resistance leader Dmytro Tymchuk has posted on Facebook. He explains that deliveries are carried out mainly by rail (about two or three special trains of ammunition per day). “The main unloading station is Ilovaysk. In addition, ammunition...

    US to expand sanctions in case of further escalation in Donbas – Biden
    Jan29

    US to expand sanctions in case of further escalation in Donbas – Biden

    In case of further escalation of the situation in Donbas, the U.S. is ready to expand the sanctions against Russia. The U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said this during a telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, the presidential press service reported. “The parties discussed the situation in Donbas and the ways of its...

    Corpses of Russian mercenaries and pro-Russian gunmen transported towards Russia
    Jan29

    Corpses of Russian mercenaries and pro-Russian gunmen transported towards Russia

    Gunmen left their positions and roadblocks at minor roads near Horlivka, city 50 kilometers north of Donetsk, Head of Information Resistance group Dmytro Tymchuk reported the news on Facebook. “Two Ural military trucks in convoy were driving from Horlivka towards the Russian border with corpses of gunmen and Russian mercenaries,” he...

    Canada to allocate $160 mln for stability in Ukraine
    Jan29

    Canada to allocate $160 mln for stability in Ukraine

    The Government of Canada has decided to provide C$200 million ($160 million) low-interest loan to Ukraine. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said this, reads a statement released on his official web site. Harper says that “the loan announced today will help promote economic and social stability in Ukraine.” According to the...

    Poroshenko thanks PACE for their support for Ukraine
    Jan29

    Poroshenko thanks PACE for their support for Ukraine

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko thanked the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe for their support for Ukraine stated in the relevant resolution. He wrote this on his Twitter page. “Thank PACE for their support for Ukraine, especially for a decision on Nadia Savchenko. Together we will win! #FreeSavchenko,” reads the...

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