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NATO to continue supporting Ukraine

WASHINGTON, July 5 - The NATO alliance has no plans to abandon its strong support for Ukraine despite concerns from the Hungarian government, which became public this week, the Voice of America (VOA) reported Thursday. | More

Ukraine seeks to avoid massive hike in natural gas prices despite IMF pressure

KYIV, July 5 Ukraine is looking for ways to avoid massive hike in natural gas prices and has recently proposed a new, moderate option, a government official said Thursday.

The massive hike is demanded by the International Monetary Fund as a key condition for resuming $17 billion loan, but the measure is sensitive and highly unpopular. | More

PM threatens to deploy army to fight rampant contraband in Black Sea

KYIV, July 5 Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman warned on Thursday he may seek to deploy the armed forces to fight rampant smuggling amid massive border control failures and growing illegal trade. | More

Ukraine expects WTO to rule on Russia trade by end of 2018

KYIV, July 4 Ukraine expects that the World Trade Organization (WTO) would make a decision on a complaint of Ukraine against Russia, which since 2016 has restricted transit of cargo to Kazakhstan and Kirgizstan across its territory, by the end of this year. | More

Ukraine must improve waste management, focus on prevention, re-use: EU

KYIV, July 3 Ukraine should improve its waste management by bringing the practice up to standards of the European Union, by focusing its prevention and re-use, EU diplomats said. | More

Ukrainian government submits legislation to fight smuggling

KYIV, July 3 Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers has proposed introducing criminal liability for smuggling.

According to the information on the Ukrainian parliament's website, relevant bill No. 8543 on amendments to the Criminal and Criminal Procedural Codes of Ukraine on the criminalization of smuggling of goods was registered in Parliament on Tuesday, but has not yet been included in the parliament's agenda. | More

Airlines struggle to meet robust demand from travelers for summer holidays

KYIV, July 4 Ukrainian private airlines are struggling in meeting robust demand from travelers leaving for holidays in the summer, often causing major delays, a senior official said Wednesday. | More

War in Donbas, low wages top concerns among Ukrainians, poll indicates

KYIV, July 3 Most of Ukrainians see the war with Moscow-backed separatists in Donbas as the countrys biggest problem, followed by low wages and high utility costs, according to a recent opinion poll. | More

ILO launches 5-year labor management project in Ukraine

KYIV, July 3 The International Labor Organization (ILO), with the support of the Government of Denmark and the Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine, is launching a five-year project to improve the management of the labor market titled "Inclusive labor market for jobs in Ukraine." | More

Ukraine, Serbia leaders seek to fix ties

BELGRADE, July 4 - President Petro Poroshenko has met with his Serbian counterpart in a bid to repair ties with the Balkan country, a key Russian ally in Europe, as both states seek to join the European Union, RFE/RL reported. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  16.07.2018 prev
USD 26.23 26.23
RUR 0.421 0.422
EUR 30.54 30.58

Stock Market
  13.07.2018 prev
PFTS 495.1 491.8
source: PFTS


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