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Section: News from Ukraine

    Ukraine’s withdrawal from CIS to not bring it closer to EU, – Russia

    The main goal was to keep Ukraine away from Russia …read more Source:...

    60 year old woman was injured as militants shelled Zaitseve in Donbas

    Police qualified the shelling as a terrorist attack …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: bird’s eye view of Zaporizhia

    112.international together with 112.ua presents new video from the series of videos about the beauty of the Ukrainian cities. …read more Source:...

    US Secretary Pompeo calls on Russia troops to leave Georgia

    Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili said American support for a peaceful resolution to Russia’s presence in Georgia “is of highest importance to our country and regional stability” …read more Source:...

    $11 thousand per night: Alternative housing for UEFA Champions League finals in Kyiv

    Kyiv hotels have raised prices by a hundred, and some of them – even over a hundred times …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s Army eliminated 15 militants, two Ukrainian soldiers died

    The fighting continued along the entire combat line; the militants violated the ‘silence regime’ 53 times …read more Source:...

    In Czech Republic to simplify employment of Ukrainians

    The permissible annual number of workers from Ukraine will be increased to 19,600 people …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s MFA plans to exchange Oleg Sentsov for RIA News head

    The spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry said she could not disclose all the details, but the negotiations are ongoing …read more Source:...

    British MPs call ‘dirty money’ from Russia a threat to the country

    According to Reuters, a report recently published by the UK Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee indicates that cash flows passing through UK financial institutions impede London’s ability to take a tough stance against Russia. According to MPs, “The scale of damage that this ‘dirty money’ can do to UK foreign...

    Russia pays off $1 billion of oligarch Vekselberg’s debt

    The Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg, who has recently been placed under sanctions, has paid off his loans to western banks using financial assistance from the government. Vekselberg’s Renova Group repaid $1 billion to a consortium of European, Swiss and American banks, including JPMorgan, Credit Suisse, and UBS. The loans needed to be...

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