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    Poland establishes a hotline to protect the rights of Ukrainian workers

    A hotline for questions concerning legal employment and protection of rights has been established in Poland for Ukrainian workers, PAP news agency reports. According to Polish Chief Labor Inspector Wiesław Łyszczek, there are cases where Polish employers who use Ukrainian migrant workers are paying them lower salaries or not ensuring adequate...

    Putin: 400 foreign agents were caught in Russia last year

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said that during the past year, the activity of 72 personnel from foreign intelligence services and 397 foreign special services agents were detained in Russia. On March 5th Putin spoke at the board of the Russian FSB, noting that in recent years, the activity of foreign intelligence agents was growing. According...

    Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia agreed to establish an inter-Parliamentary assembly

    The parliament speakers of Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova have agreed to establish an Inter-Parliamentary Assembly of the three countries, Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy stated at a press briefing in Kyiv, Interfax-Ukraine reports. “Given the need for deepening cooperation in the Black sea area, I have kickstarted the...

    Government vs civil society in Ukraine: e-declarations for anti-corruption activists still not withdrawn

    It has been almost a year since the Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko, declared war on activists fighting corruption in Ukraine. At least that is how activists view the Amendments to the Law of Ukraine on Prevention of Corruption. Introduced in March 2017, the amendments would require anti-corruption activists to submit e-declarations on...

    Members of European Parliament call on EU to reduce dependence on Russian gas

    In a joint statement published on Tuesday, March 6, three Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) expressed the opinion that recent actions by Gazprom should push the European Union (EU) to reduce dependence on gas and oil from Russia. Deutsche Welle has reported on this. These individuals are David McAllister, Chair of the European...

    24 hours in Donbas: one Ukrainian soldier wounded

    Ceasefire was not violated on other sectors …read more Source:...

    Ukraine extends sanctions against subsidiaries of Russian banks

    President Petro Poroshenko signed a decree on the extension of sanctions against banks that hold Russian state capital. The decree, which put into effect the decision of the National Security and Defense Council made on March 1, is available on the website of the President. Previously, Poroshenko said that over the past three years, the share of...

    European Parliament takes Ukraine’s side in Kyiv’s dispute with Russian Gazprom over gas transit

    The European Parliament believes that Russia’s refusal to deliver gas to Ukraine is an element of political pressure that can have negative consequences for the European Union, as said in the statement released by the European Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee Chair David McAllister, Ukrinform reports. The statement condemned the actions...

    EU not to send observers to Russian and Azerbaijanian elections

    If any of the MPs decide to observe the elections, it will be their own choice …read more Source:...

    Electricity prices for the population should not increase, – Poroshenko

    The President doubts that the RAB-tariffs system will be introduced in April …read more Source:...

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