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Section: News from Ukraine

    Ukraine withdraws from CIS coordination bodies, – Poroshenko

    The President ordered the Foreign Minister to recall Ukrainian representatives from the CIS bodies …read more Source:...

    May 2 tragedy in Odesa: clashes take place, detainees reported

    The police detained three partakers of the brawl …read more Source:...

    IMF spells out why Ukraine’s corruption is dreadful

    According to the estimates of the IMF, the corrupt superstructure costs Ukraine 2% of economic growth every year …read more Source:...

    London Stock Exchange to suspend the trading of En+ securities due to US sanctions against Deripaska

    On May 2, the London Stock Exchange (LSE) will halt trades in the global depositary receipts (GDR) of En+ Group, which is owned by Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska. LSE will continue to monitor the situation, the press release says. On April 6, Deripaska was placed on the US sanctions list, together with his main assets: Kuban agricultural...

    Armenian parliament sets new date of voting for prime minister post

    The speaker of the parliament reported that the MPs will gather for a special session for the election of a new prime minister …read more Source:...

    Residence permit to be issued in ID card form from June 1

    The certificate of a new format will have biometric data …read more Source:...

    Eurovision 2018: list of jurors made public

    Khrystyna Soloviy and ALLOISE (Alla Moscowka), Ukrainian singers, Vitaly Klimov and Artur Danielyan, Ukrainian record producers, and Denys Zhupnik, radio host, will be judging the contest as Ukraine’s representatives …read more Source:...

    International Atomic Energy Agency does not confirm Netanyahu’s accusation of Iran

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has said that it “had no credible indications of activities in Iran relevant to the development of a nuclear explosive device after 2009.” The IAEA Board of Directors concluded that the matter has been closed on the basis of a report submitted to it in 2015, according to a statement issued by the IAEA...

    Prosecutor’s Office asks court to arrest suspected in beating of Ukraine’s MP Mustafa Nayem

    The police put a suspect who escaped to Baku on the wanted listed …read more Source:...

    Moscow’s Maritime threats to Ukraine and the West

    Since invading Ukraine in 2014, Moscow has become significantly bolder. Russia has expanded into Ukraine’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), the body of water up to 200 miles from the country’s coast that is internationally recognized as its legal territory …read more Source:...

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