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Ukraine’s path to NATO is “irreversible”
WASHINGTON, July 10 - The 32-members of NATO on Wednesday formally declared Ukraine on an “irreversible” path to membership in the Western military alliance, offering a bare but more binding assurance of protection once its war with Russia ends. 15:16 | More
Stoltenberg: Any ceasefire deal must give confidence it will be maintained
KYIV, July 10 – The condition for a new ceasefire in the war unleashed by Russia against Ukraine must be security guarantees that give 100% confidence in maintaining this ceasefire line, no matter where it is, and the best such guarantee is Ukraine's membership in NATO, the Secretary General believes this organization Jens Stoltenberg. 15:14 | More
Ukraine's consumer prices up 2.2% on month in June vs. 0.6% in May
KYIV, July 10 – The growth in consumer prices in Ukraine in June 2024 increased to 2.2% from 0.6% in May, 0.2% in April, 0.5% in March, 0.3% in February and 0.4% in January, the State Statistics Service reported on Wednesday. 15:12 | More
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy has begun his working visit to the United States to participate in the events of the 75th NATO Summit in Washington, D.C. (Photo: presidential press service)
Ukraine seeks to set up commission on Russian compensation by end-2025
KYIV, July 10 – Participants in the first preparatory meeting for the creation of a Commission for the consideration of applications for compensation for damage caused by the Russian aggression against Ukraine agreed on the basic principles of the future commission and set a goal to launch it by the end of next 2025, Deputy Head of the President's Office of Ukraine Iryna Mudra said. 15:07 | More
IN FOCUS Ukrainian drone strikes Russian ammo depot
KYIV, July 7 - A village in a border region of western Russia was evacuated Sunday following a series of explosions after a Ukrainian drone strike set fire to a nearby ammunition depot, officials said. 18:00 | More
Russia strikes children’s hospital in Kyiv
KYIV, July 8 - Russian missiles blasted cities across Ukraine on Monday, damaging the country’s largest children’s hospital and other buildings in a fierce assault that interrupted heart surgeries and forced young cancer patients to take their treatments outdoors. At least 37 people were killed, officials said. 11:39 | More
Threats persist from Chernobyl and Fukusima, Greenpeace reports

The forest areas around Ukraine's Chernobyl and Japan's Fukusima remain sources of radiation and carry a potential threat to the health of local residents, Greenpeace said.More

Consumer inflation slowing faster than expected, NBU reports

The actual slow of consumer inflation in February in annual terms is quicker than the inflation-slowing trajectory to 12% as of late 2016 projected by the National Bank of Ukraine, the regulator has reported on its website.More

ING analysts forecast 2016 GDP decline, citing political risks

Analysts from ING Bank have confirmed the forecast of a decline in real gross domestic product in 2016 by 1%, pointing to a predominance of political risks in the economy.More

NBU: Hryvnia slide caused by temporary and fundamental factors

The decrease of the hryvnia exchange rate on the interbank currency market continue being caused by both temporary and fundamental market factors that result in the reduction of supply of foreign currency, Deputy National Bank of Ukraine Governor Oleh Churiy said.More

Ukraine’s path to NATO is “irreversible”
Stoltenberg: Any ceasefire deal must give confidence it will be maintained
Ukraine seeks to set up commission on Russian compensation by end-2025
NATO allies to send more air defense systems
EU, Ukraine sign agreement to regulate EUR 5.27-bln in grant assistance
Shmyhal optimistic about improving energy sector by end of July
USAID delivers most of promised gas piston units to ease power shortage
Poland seeks relief on coal burning to generate, supply power for Ukraine
UN, with $7.25-mln fund, to pay for demining in Ukraine
Moldova seeks to supply power to Ukraine in exchange for natural gas
Restart of Zaporizhia NPP after war may take years; new water reservoir
Kyiv restores two-thirds of its generating capacities after missile attacks
IMF prepares for more intensive war in Ukraine lasting through end of 2025
Romania to help Ukraine increase grain exports via Danube River
Latvia to send Ukraine more than 2,500 combat drones of various types
Russian army puts pressure on Chasiv Yar
Orban, in Ukraine, asks for a ceasefire
Ukraine's consumer prices up 2.2% on month in June vs. 0.6% in May
Ukraine ag exports down 25% on month to 5-mln mt in June: analyst
Ukraine produces 4-mln mt tons of winter wheat, barley, rapeseed so far
Ukraine's electronics retailer says demand for chargers is thru the roof
Ukrainian office centers ready to operate in power shortage environment
ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih asks Ukraine to increase share of power imports
Ukraine’s average weighted price of electricity up 27.9% in June
Kyiv officials in talks with cell phone companies to boost coverage in region
Farmers are not happy with Ukraine’s law limiting minimum grain prices
NBU tells banks to be ready for uninterrupted operation by February 2025
Ukraine’s natural gas stocks rise to 9.5 Bcm as of early July: Naftogaz
Ukraine to launch unified tourist register by January 1, 2025: official
World Bank classifies Ukraine as ‘upper-middle-income’ country in 2024
Ukraine’s international trade remains stable in Jan-June, Kachka says
Ukraine almost doubles power imports to 859-mln kWh in June 2024
Ukraine’s Business Activity Expectations Index drops in June, again
Currencies (in hryvnias)
  11.07.2024 prev
USD 40.71 40.77
RUR 0.463 0.467
EUR 44.08 44.08

Stock Market
  10.07.2024 prev
PFTS 507.0 507.0
source: PFTS


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