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EU targets Russia with economic sanctions

BRUSSELS, June 29 - The European Union on Monday prolonged economic sanctions against Russia for six months for failing to live up to its commitments to the peace agreement in Ukraine, the AP reported.
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Ukrainians overwhelmingly believe coronavirus was developed by scientists

KYIV, June 26 Sixty six percent of Ukrainians believe the coronavirus was artificially developed by scientists in a lab, according to a survey conducted by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology.
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Cabinet to spend UAH 700-mln to help regions cope with flooding

KYIV, June 26 The Cabinet of Ministers has decided to allocate almost UAH 700 million of funds for the first priority steps to clean up aftermath of floods in the western regions of Ukraine.
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Poor savings worsen Ukraines contraction

KYIV, June 25 Ukraines economy is severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic due to poor level of savings at households as the 2.5-month lockdown had dramatically reduced consumption, an International Monetary Fund official said Thursday.
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Ukraine, Hungary resume regional trade negotiations after 7 years of delay

KYIV, June 25 Ukraine and Hungary on Thursday resumed regional economic negotiations for the first time in seven years, signaling potentially improving relations that had stalled Kyivs cooperation with NATO.
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Ukraine asks EU, NATO for help to battle massive flooding

KYIV, June 25 - Ukraine on Thursday asked the European Union and NATO for help coping with the aftermath of massive floods in the country's west, The Associated Press reported.
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Ukraine opens hospitals to battle COVID-19

KYIV, June 24 - Ukraine is opening more of its hospitals to coronavirus cases as the institutions initially chosen to accept patients no longer have enough beds to cope with a surge in infections, Reuters reported Wednesday citing the health minister.
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Ukraines consumer confidence index rises 10.1 points to 76.3 points in May

KYIV, June 24 The consumer confidence index in Ukraine in May improved by 10.1 points, to 76.3 points on a 200-point scale, while Ukrainians' assessment of their current situation increased 5.9 points, to 57.4 points, Info Sapiens research agency reported.
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Ukraine gets newest U.S-made Javelin anti-tank missile systems

KYIV, June 24 Ukraine received $27-million worth shipment of the latest U.S.-made Javelin anti-tank missile systems under the Pentagon's Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program, the Defense Ministry reported.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  03.07.2020 prev
USD 27.18 26.77
RUR 0.386 0.376
EUR 30.66 30.00

Stock Market
  02.07.2020 prev
PFTS 499.5 499.5
source: PFTS


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