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    The West blames Poroshenko for the failure to cancel electronic declaration for Ukrainian anti-corruption organizations

    Western experts and observers hold the President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko responsible for the Verkhovna Rada’s failure to cancel electronic declaration for public organizations, reported Voice of America. Earlier, the United States urged the Ukrainian government to strike down legislation that required electronic declarations of...

    Gazprom: Transit through Ukraine will decrease by a factor of 10 after the launch of Nord Stream 2

    After the Nord Stream 2 and Turkstream gas pipelines have been launched, Russian gas transit through Ukraine will drop tenfold, said the Chairman of Gazprom’s Board, Alexey Miller, Interfax reports. However, Miller claimed that the gas transit through the territory of Ukraine will not stop completely. “As there are neighboring states,...

    Media: Yanukovych demands compensation from Ukraine for lawyers’ fees

    Former Ukrainian President Vitkor Yanukovych and his family are demanding that Ukraine reimburse them for their expenditure on defense attorneys in The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), DW reports. “193,207 pounds and 50 pence: this was the account presented to Ukrainian tax-payers by Viktor Fedorovych Yanukovych, his eldest son...

    24 hours in Donbas: 18 attacks performed

    No casualties among Ukraine’s Armed Forces reported …read more Source:...

    US General sees need for continued US military presence in Syria

    Speaking at the Washington-based US Institute of Peace, General Joseph Votel, head of US Central Command (CENTCOM), said that American armed forces presence in Syria will be needed to stabilize the situation in regions liberated from terrorists, aid the return of civilians to their homes, and support the country’s long-term reconstruction....

    Woman sentenced to ten years of imprisonment for espionage in DNR

    According to the information, the woman, who is a resident of the Donetsk People’s Republic was allegedly gathering and transmitting data concerning her “service” in the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic …read more Source:...

    Easter 2018: What products can’t be consecrated in church this day?

    On April 8, Orthodox Christians will celebrate Easter. Thousands of believers will go to the churches of Ukraine this day to consecrate products for the festive table. What can be brought to the church on this day, and what is prohibited to consecrate? …read more Source:...

    Serbia negotiates purchase of Mi-35 combat helicopters from Russia

    Aleksandar Vulin, the Serbian Minister of Defense met with the Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu and reported afterwards that Serbia is negotiating with Russia for the supply of four Mi-35 combat helicopters and further military cooperation, Russia’s TASS news agency reported. “Recently, we have talked about the purchase of four...

    Foreign Ministry recommends Ukrainians to get vaccinated travelling to Brazil

    Children of up to nine months, pregnant women and people with a nasty form of a protein allergy or a severe immunodeficiency are not to be vaccinated. …read more Source:...

    Dutch investigators: Russian radars were not capable of detecting Buk missile that shot down MH17 flight over Ukraine

    The International Investigation Team (JIT) published a statement on the Dutch prosecutor’s website on April 3rd regarding the MH17 crash. “The missile launched from the Buk does not necessary have to be visible to the radar stations of Ust-Donetsk [a settlement in the Rostov region of Russia],” the statement says. “The missile is missing...

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