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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Kazakh farmers face challenges in production and exporting wheat, yet opportunities are vast
    Apr04

    Kazakh farmers face challenges in production and exporting wheat, yet opportunities are vast

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – The demand for Kazakh wheat will fall in the near future, said Nurlan Dautkanov, an expert in the field of industrial wheat processing, mainly because importing countries are gradually moving away from grain dependence to ensure their food security....

    Putin Signs Law Granting Sanctions-Hit Russians Tax Breaks
    Apr04

    Putin Signs Law Granting Sanctions-Hit Russians Tax Breaks

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law that exempts Russians who are under Western sanctions from paying taxes in Russia if they are registered as taxpayers abroad. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia Nixes Former White House Aide for Top U.N. Job in Libya
    Apr04

    Russia Nixes Former White House Aide for Top U.N. Job in Libya

    Russia derailed the appointment of a dual American-German national as the U.N.’s top official in Libya, flexing its diplomatic muscle in a region where Moscow has been steadily seeking to expand its influence, according to several diplomatic sources. , U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres had decided in recent weeks to tap Richard...

    Russia: Suspect in St. Petersburg explosion likely Kyrgyz-born Russian citizen
    Apr04

    Russia: Suspect in St. Petersburg explosion likely Kyrgyz-born Russian citizen

    As the hunt goes on for whoever was responsible for the deadly metro blast in St. Petersburg, media reports are naming the main suspect being hunted. …read more Source: Al...

    What Trump’s Foreign-Aid Budget Means to the Rest of the World
    Apr04

    What Trump’s Foreign-Aid Budget Means to the Rest of the World

    The Trump administration’s budget proposal for 2018 sent shockwaves across the country, but when it came to one slice of the funding, the international-affairs budget, those waves extended across the globe.The proposed 31 percent cut affects the U.S. bilateral foreign-aid accounts; funding for the United Nations, World Bank, and other...

    UKRAINE READY FOR EUROVISION,  READY TO CELEBRATE DIVERSITY IN 2017…
    Apr04

    UKRAINE READY FOR EUROVISION, READY TO CELEBRATE DIVERSITY IN 2017…

    The official speaker of Eurovision 2017 organising committee in Kyiv Pavlo Shilko and Deputy Prime Minister Vyacheslav Kyrylenko.says Ukraine ready for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. The 62nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will take pl…(Офіційний речник Організаційного комітету Євробачення-2017 в Києві Павло Шилько і|та|...

    IMF releases $1 billion loan for cash-strapped Ukraine
    Apr04

    IMF releases $1 billion loan for cash-strapped Ukraine

    The IMF had delayed its decision on the latest loan installment, originally scheduled for March 20, saying it needed to reassess the “implications of recent developments for the programme”. …read more Source: World...

    Freedom House Keeps Georgia’s Democracy Score Unchanged
    Apr04

    Freedom House Keeps Georgia’s Democracy Score Unchanged

    Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine are grouped as ‘transitional government or hybrid regimes.’ …read more Source:...

    IMF urges Kiev on corruption and pensions after new aid
    Apr04

    IMF urges Kiev on corruption and pensions after new aid

    …read more Source: The Indian...

    3 tigers rescued from maggot-infested crate at Beirut airport
    Apr04

    3 tigers rescued from maggot-infested crate at Beirut airport

    ​Three Siberian tiger cubs destined for a zoo in war-torn Syria were rescued by a Lebanese animal rights group after being trapped in an unmarked, maggot-infested crate in Beirut’s airport for almost a week. …read more Source:...