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    IMF ready to postpone requirement for land reform in Ukraine

    Pension reform, privatization, and the fight against corruption are key requirements for the completion of the fourth review of the Extended Fund Facility (EFF) program with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), says William Murray, an official representative of the Fund. “Consideration by the Executive Board of the fourth review will be...

    West-2017 can become beginning of aggression against any Eastern Europe country

    The Russian training in Belarus is planned for September …read more Source:...

    Kyiv Day celebrations in 2018 may be postponed in favor of UEFA Champions League final

    The Ukrainian capital will host the main game of Europe’s most prestigious football club tournament …read more Source:...

    MP Rozenblat has been wearing electronic tag since Wednesday

    Opposition Bloc People’s Deputy Boryslav Rozenblat has been wearing electronic bracelet since July 19. …read more Source:...

    The key issues of Navalny-Strelkov debates

    Russian opposition politician and Donbas terrorist talked about the war in Donbas, Vladimir Putin, downed MH 17 …read more Source:...

    Ukraine asked Russian Prosecutor’s Office to extradite terrorist Pogodin, – Sarhan

    The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine has sent an inquiry to the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation with a request to extradite one of the leaders of “DPR” Vadim Pogodin, who brutally murdered Ukrainian underage citizen Stepan Chubenko near Donetsk in 2014. …read more Source:...

    Media: Kremlin facing challenges in developing campaign strategy for Putin for 2018 elections

    The Kremlin has not yet come up with “a vision for Russia’s future” that Vladimir Putin could use in the 2018 presidential election, reported the Russian publication Vedomosti. According to people close to the Russian president’s administration, work in this direction is “stormy” and “difficult.” Notably, more...

    Passenger flow to occupied Crimea decrease by 13% in June, – Border Service

    The occupation authorities continue to artificially create queues in front of checkpoints …read more Source:...

    Ukraine helps Moldova regain control over border in Transnistrian region

    The breakaway Moldovan region of Transnistria is not recognized by any country as an independent state. Even Russia, which is keeping the conflict in Moldova frozen, didn’t recognize Transnistria. The Moldovan government has no control of the eastern region for more than 25 years. The Moldova–Ukraine inland border is 1222 km long....

    ExxonMobil challenges US Treasury Department decision on fine for violation of sanctions

    The United States Department of Treasury fined ExxonMobil Oil Company in two million of dollars …read more Source:...

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