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    US ambassador: Those who fight corruption are heroes, but the adherents of old Ukraine have gone to war with them

    US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch wrote an article for Novoye Vremya advocating the creation of an Anti-Corruption Court and the reformation of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP). “Four years after Maidan, the question is haunting: isn’t the urge to bring Ukraine into the future fading? Political attacks on the...

    Poroshenko signs law on creation of Unified Register of Domestic Violence Cases

    The Ukrainian Parliament adopted the document on December 7 …read more Source:...

    DNR negotiates with LNR, Russia to host joint football matches

    Some of the games might be played at Olimpiysky stadium in Donetsk, formerly the home arena of Shakhtar Donetsk FC …read more Source:...

    Attack on Khmeymim airfield: Two Russian servicemen dead, seven planes destroyed

    ‘Putin’s fourth presidential campaign started with a shameful farce’, – Ukraine’s National Security Secretary …read more Source:...

    Attack on Khmeymim airfield: Two Russian servicemen dead, seven planes destroyed

    ‘Putin’s fourth presidential campaign started with a shameful farce’, – Ukraine’s National Security Secretary …read more Source:...

    Another top port operator to start work in Ukraine

    Hutchinson Ports intends to rent six wharfs in the Chornomorsk seaport …read more Source:...

    Why a Potemkin “competition” to the Constitutional Court may drag Ukraine back to Yanukovych’s times

    The run-up to holidays in Ukraine is traditionally a time to make important decisions, and this New Year’s Eve is no exception. While all attention is focused on preparations for the holidays, the Presidential Office (PO) published its list of candidates for the positions of judges of the Constitutional Court. Together with candidates put...

    North Korea may send athletes to participate in 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang

    Kim Jong-un mentioned it in his New Year address …read more Source:...

    Japan to simplify the visa regime for Ukraine

    Ukrainska Pravda reports that Japan will simplify the visa regime for citizens of Ukraine, effective January 1, 2018. The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Ukraine, Shigeki Sumi made the announcement during a welcoming speech on the occasion of the end of the year of Japan in Ukraine.”Thanks to the implementation of...

    Klimkin, Gabriel to visit Donbas this week

    Ukrainian and German Foreign Ministers will discuss further steps to deter the Russian aggression in Ukraine …read more Source:...

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