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Ukraine, Belarus spar over Jewish pilgrims

KYIV, 16 - Ukraine and Belarus traded angry accusations Wednesday over thousands of Hasidic Jewish pilgrims who have remained stuck on their border after Ukraine denied them entry because of coronavirus restrictions, AP reported.
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Ukraine asks Austrian firms to build rolling stock for Ukrzaliznytsia

KYIV, Sept 16 Ukraine called on Austrian companies to invest in building rolling stock for Ukrzaliznytsia, the state railroad company, amid growing demand for transportation despite the coronavirus pandemic.
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Kyiv Mayor Klitschko leading in polls ahead of upcoming elections

KYIV, Sept 15 Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko is leading the rating among the candidates for mayor of Kyiv, whom 43.6% of those who have decided and intend to take part in the elections are ready to support, according to a poll by Sociological Group Rating published on Tuesday.
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Hryvnia may trade at UAH 30/USD by year-end, ICU Group forecasts

KYIV, Sept 15 The hryvnia will devalue to UAH 29-30/$1 at the end of 2020, and by the end of 2021 it will be UAH 29.50-30.50/$1, Head of Corporate Research at ICU investment group Oleksandr Martynenko said.
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U.K., Ukraine may work together in renewable energy, hydrogen projects

KYIV, Sept 15 Ukraine and the United Kingdom may be able to join forces in developing renewable energy and hydrogen projects, as well as transforming the countrys coal industry, Energy Minister Olha Buslavets said.
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Zelenskiy warns EU over risk from Russias Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline

KYIV, Sept 15 The Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline poses a risk to Europe's energy security, President Volodymyr Zelensky said.

Vienna and Kyiv have different views on the situation around the construction of the pipeline, he said at a joint briefing with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz in Vienna on Tuesday.
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Kyiv restaurants suspend unprofitable online food delivery service

KYIV, Sept 15 Most Kyiv restaurants that tried online food delivery service during the lockdown had suspended the practice unable to sustain profitable operation, Dmytro Borysov, a Kyiv restaurateur, said.
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Zelenskiy signs bill to open access to EUs EUR 1.2-bln in macro assistance

KYIV, Sept 14 President Volodymyr Zelensky has signed law No. 825-IX on the ratification of a memorandum and a loan agreement between Ukraine and the European Union on receiving macrofinancial assistance from the European Union in the amount of up to EUR 1.2 billion, which the Verkhovna Rada adopted on August 25.
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Finance Ministry seeks to step up borrowing to bridge 2021 budget gap

KYIV, Sept 14 - The draft state budget for 2021 assumes an increase in borrowings to finance the general fund of the state budget by UAH 64.2 billion, or 10.3%, to UAH 684.7 billion, of which government domestic loan bonds will amount to UAH 549.1 billion, such data were given by the Ministry of Finance.
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Bill aims to let local budgets spend money on PPE for schools

KYIV, Sept 14 Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said the adoption of bill No. 3991 will allow the use of funds from local budgets for the purchase of personal protective equipment, the presidential press service reported.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  18.09.2020 prev
USD 28.11 28.12
RUR 0.374 0.376
EUR 33.17 33.39

Stock Market
  17.09.2020 prev
PFTS 500.2 500.2
source: PFTS


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