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    Swiss ambassador: corruption is the main hurdle for investors in Ukraine

    Corruption and the absence of the rule of law in Ukraine are serious problems for potential foreign investors, stated the Swiss Ambassador to Ukraine and Moldova, Guillaume Scheurer, during his interview with Interfax-Ukraine. “Corruption is an issue. It is a fact that there is no respect for the rule of law. These are the two elements that...

    Ukraine’s Minister of Finance demands resignation of Prosecutor General

    During a press conference in Kyiv, the Minister of Finance of Ukraine, Oleksandr Danylyuk, demanded the resignation of the Prosecutor General Yuri Lutsenko, reports TCN. “He discredits the Ukrainian people and international partners of the president and parliament, who entrusted him with such an important position, and the government as a whole,...

    Trade with other countries grows by 30% due to Free Trade Area with EU, – Groysman

    My goal is to create the additional price in Ukraine to create more workplaces and the end products …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian oligarch Firtash ventures a new game

    Vienna Court of Appeal took a final decision not to extradite Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash to Spain …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Sawmills open first woodworking plant in Rivne region

    The plant in Kostopil will manufacture pine sawn timber for production of furniture, joinery and construction materials …read more Source:...

    85 people died in Donbas in 2017, – Hug

    384 people were wounded …read more Source:...

    Court chooses restrictive measure for Kremlin agent in Cabinet

    Yezhov is in the so-called aquarium, behind the glass …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian military loses another fighter in Donbas conflict

    Two more sustained combat injuries, Defense Ministry reports …read more Source:...

    Canadian Foreign Minister: Ukraine has not submitted a request for supply of lethal weapons yet

    Ukraine has not yet applied to Canada for the purchase of weapons, said the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada, Chrystia Freeland, during a joint press conference with Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. “We have included Ukraine in the list of countries to which Canadian plants are permitted to sell Canadian weapons. This is just the first...

    EU extends sanctions against Russia until August 2018

    The Council of the European Union has extended sanctions against Russia until July 31, 2018. “On December 21, 2017, the Council extended economic sanctions against specific sectors of the Russian economy until July 31, 2018,” the report stated of the European Council. Initially, these measures were introduced on July 31, 2014 for a period of one...

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