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Ukraine warns European soccer fans to carry passports with ID cards

KYIV, May 22 - Football fans from the European Union countries will not be able to enter Ukraine if they have ID cards and do not have passports, according to Serhiy Khyzhniak, a representative of the Champions League organizers, transport services and mobility manager for the men's and women's Champions League finals in 2018. | More

ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih operation back to normal after 4-day strike

KYIV, May 21 ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih, Ukraines biggest producer of steel, may resume normal operation after local railway had ended 4-day strike.

"Yesterday, after a four-day strike, the third shift of the railway workers began work, on the night of Sunday to Monday the first shift came, and from this morning the second shift has been working (four shifts). | More

Holtec to deliver equipment for Ukraines spent nuclear fuel storage by end-May

KYIV, May 21 A first set of equipment for the central spent nuclear fuel storage facility made by Holtec International would arrive to Ukraine by the end of May 2018, the company's press service reported. | More

Ukraine drops 20.6% to $96.4-mil nuclear fuel imports in January-March

KYIV, May 21 - Ukraine in January-March purchased nuclear fuel for a total of $96.409 million, which is 20.6% less than a year ago ($121.458 million). | More

Ukraine to update legal claim against Russia for Kerch bridge construction

KYIV, May 21 Ukraine will update its claim against the Russian Federation for violating the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea with information about the illegal construction of a bridge by the Russian side across the Kerch Strait, spokeswoman for Ukraine's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) Mariana Betsa has said. | More

Ukraine tests Javelin anti-tank missiles

KYIV, May 22 - Ukraine on Tuesday carried out tests of the top of the range Javelin anti-tank missile it recently bought from the United States to boost its arsenal against Russian-backed rebels, AFP reported. | More

Ukrainian officials must be responsible for delaying anti-corruption measures: Poll

KYIV, May 22 - The absence of anti-corruption reforms in Ukraine, including the creation of an Anti-Corruption Court, should entail international sanctions against responsible Ukrainian politicians or officials, a Ukrainian opinion poll indicated. | More

Ukrainians lean toward NATO membership, opinion poll indicates

KYIV, May 22 Ukrainians are mostly supporting the country's accession to NATO, if the referendum was held in the near future.

According to a survey of the sociological group 'Rating', as of March 2018, 43% of Ukrainians - for Ukraine's membership in NATO and 33% against. Some 7% would not vote on the measure, and 18% are undecided. | More

Naftogaz hikes domestic gas prices in line with European price growth

KYIV, May 22 - The decision of Naftogaz Ukrayiny to raise natural gas prices for industrial consumers to UAH 9,953 for 1,000 cubic meters (including VAT) is associated with the growth of its prices in the European market. | More

Ukraine to revise treaties signed within CIS pact, Poroshenko says

KYIV, May 21 - Ukraine will revise all treaties signed as part of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and withdraw from those contradicting Ukraine's national interest, President Petro Poroshenko said. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  25.05.2018 prev
USD 26.11 26.08
RUR 0.425 0.423
EUR 30.62 30.54

Stock Market
  24.05.2018 prev
PFTS 450.8 466.2
source: PFTS


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