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    European Commission expects Ukraine to raise gas price for population
    Jan10

    European Commission expects Ukraine to raise gas price for population

    The European Commission expects the Ukrainian government to raise the gas price for households. A European Commission spokesperson told this to an Ukrinform correspondent in Brussels. “We expect that Ukraine will increase the gas prices for consumers. But it is up to the [Ukrainian] government how to implement this decision, and according...

    Ukraine begins consultations with IMF mission
    Jan10

    Ukraine begins consultations with IMF mission

    The IMF mission has arrived in Ukraine, and the consultations have currently begun. Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said this at the beginning of a government meeting on Friday, an Ukrinform correspondent reported. “The IMF [mission] has arrived in Ukraine. The consultations have begun. All the ministers have to start active...

    Biometric passports to be issued in Ukraine from January 12 – Yatseniuk
    Jan10

    Biometric passports to be issued in Ukraine from January 12 – Yatseniuk

    The issuing of biometric passports will start in Ukraine on Monday, January 12. Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said this at the beginning of a government meeting on Friday. “Ukraine will start issuing biometric passports, which will meet international standards, from January 12. This is one of the key conditions for Ukrainians...

    Cameron, Merkel, Poroshenko and Tusk to attend national unity rally in France
    Jan10

    Cameron, Merkel, Poroshenko and Tusk to attend national unity rally in France

    British Prime Minister David Cameron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have confirmed that they will come to Paris for a planned rally in commemoration of the Charlie Hebdo victims. Cameron wrote on Twitter that he had accepted French President Hollande’s invitation to join the unity rally on Sunday. The German Foreign Ministry reported...

    Tusk: This year EU should help Ukraine get back on its feet
    Jan10

    Tusk: This year EU should help Ukraine get back on its feet

    The situation in Ukraine is one of the four top priority problems to be settled in 2015. President of the European Council Donald Tusk said this in Riga, an Ukrinform correspondent reported. “Help Ukraine get back on its feet,” he said, defining one of the priorities in the activity of the heads of state and government of the EU...

    Latvian foreign minister to visit Ukraine
    Jan10

    Latvian foreign minister to visit Ukraine

    Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics will be on a working visit to Ukraine on January 10, the press service of the Ukrainian Presidential Administration reported. “At 13.40, Ukrainian and Latvian Foreign Ministers Pavlo Klimkin and Edgars Rinkevics will hold a press conference,” reads the statement.

    This is Ukraine today – January 9: Russia hasn’t provided any positive signs about the conflict in Ukraine
    Jan10

    This is Ukraine today – January 9: Russia hasn’t provided any positive signs about the conflict in Ukraine

    Maidan Community Sector, Lviv: Dear friends! George Soros A New Policy to Rescue Ukraine January 9 – Four Ukrainian military were killed, eight wounded in the last 24 hours, – informed NSDC spokesman Andriy Lysenko. He believes that this is due to arrival of new Russian “humanitarian aid convoy” – weapons, ammunition and terrorists...

    Daily Highlights: 09/01/2015
    Jan10

    Daily Highlights: 09/01/2015

    The Election Commision for the Anti-Corruption Bureau Head has started its work. The situation in the conflict zone in the Donbass escalated after the invasion by уet another Russian “convoy”. The foreign ministers of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany will meet on January 12 in Berlin to discuss settlement of the conflict in eastern...

    Military updates, 1/09 (31st “Day of Silence”) #FreeSavchenko
    Jan10

    Military updates, 1/09 (31st “Day of Silence”) #FreeSavchenko

    In Donetsk, three “warehouse-distribution points” have been created as part of a single supply system of Russian-terrorist forces. Units of local insurgents and Russian mercenaries are supplied with ammunition, spare parts for armored vehicles, and fuel at [these points]. Issuance of material resources is carried out exclusively to the formations...

    National Security and Defense Council: Terrorist Attacks’ Escalate After Russian “Humanitarian Convoy” Invades
    Jan10

    National Security and Defense Council: Terrorist Attacks’ Escalate After Russian “Humanitarian Convoy” Invades

    Kyiv, January 9, 2015. There is a marked increase in the number of armed provocations against Ukrainian soldiers. Beside firearms and mortars, terrorists used the artillery and “Grad” missile systems immediately after the Russian so-called “humanitarian convoy” arrived to Ukraine on January 8th. Four Ukrainian soldiers were killed and eight more...

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