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300,000 Ukrainians defy quarantine to travel for New Year holidays

KYIV, Feb 11 More than 300,000 Ukrainians traveled across the country and overseas during Christmas and New Year holidays, according to data provided by Kyivstar, Ukraines largest cell phone company.
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DTEK vows to increase coal imports to 450,000mt in February 11

KYIV, Feb 10 DTEK will increase coal imports to 450,000 tons in February, which will secure the operation of as much equipment of the company's power plants as possible in February-March, as well as allow meeting obligations to Centerenergo, DTEK CEO Maksym Timchenko has said.
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Ukrainian banks report net income down 29% to UAH 41.3-bln in 2020

KYIV, Feb 11 Ukrainian banks saw UAH 41.3 billion in net profit in 2020, which is 29% less than a year earlier, but in the fourth quarter the decline was 63% due to increased contributions to reserves, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) said on Thursday.
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Ukraine reduces power exports 92.6% on year in January, Ukrenergo reports

KYIV, Feb 11 Ukraine in January 2021 reduced electricity exports by 92.6% (by 645.3 million kWh) compared to the same period in 2020, to 51.9 million kWh, according to the data of Ukrenergo.
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Ukraine has no plans to introduce COVID vaccine passports, minister says

KYIV, Feb 10 The government and the Health Ministry have never asked the Ministry of Digital Transformation to develop and implement vaccination passports for the population, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov said.
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Greece to help Ukraine secure supplies of COVID-19 vaccines, Zelenskiy says

KYIV, Feb 10 Greece has agreed to help Ukraine with securing COVID-19 vaccines, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said after conversation with Greek President Katerina Sakellaropula.
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Ukraines power consumption up 3.7% on year to 14.48-bln kWh in January

KYIV, Feb 10 Power consumption in Ukraine increased 3.7% in January 2021 compared to January 2020, to 14.484 billion kWh, the Ministry of Energy reported.

Excluding in-process losses electricity consumption in January 2021 grew by 5.8%, to 11.662 billion kWh.
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Germany defends Nord Stream 2 pipeline

BERLIN, Feb 10 - Germany's foreign minister on Wednesday defended proceeding with a new undersea gas pipeline from Russia that faces strong opposition from the U.S. and eastern Europe, arguing that scrapping it could have adverse geopolitical consequences, AP reported.
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Most Ukrainians complain about high cost of groceries, housing, poll finds

KYIV, Feb 10 Majority of Ukrainian respondents at 60.1% expressed concerns over high cost of groceries, housing and utilities, and 56.3% mentioned low income as the most serious problem, according to an opinion poll released on Wednesday.
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Ukraine formally bans Russian-made COVID-19 vaccine

KYIV, Feb 10 - Ukraine has formally banned registration of Russian-designed vaccines against coronavirus, Reuters reported Wednesday citing the governments decree.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  26.02.2021 prev
USD 27.93 27.95
RUR 0.378 0.379
EUR 34.15 33.93

Stock Market
  25.02.2021 prev
PFTS 521.1 521.1
source: PFTS


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