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Most think president should quit over Panama Papers, poll shows

KIEV, May 27 - Most residents of Ukraine believe that President Petro Poroshenko should tender his resignation following the Panama Papers disclosure of his offshore interests, according to the results of a poll conducted by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology (KIIS).

Poroshenko signs decree sanctioning Russian media representatives

KIEV, May 27 - President Petro Poroshenko has signed a decree enacting the National Security and Defense Council resolution (dated May 20) imposing sanctions against 17 representatives of Russian media outlets.

Iranians affirm support for Ukraine, say no 'third party' can mar ties

KIEV, May 30 - Bilateral meetings between Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif took place in Tehran on Sunday.

Juncker's Putin meeting prompts concern

BRUSSELS, May 30 - European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker's plan to meet President Vladimir Putin in June in Russia on Monday reignited a debate about ties with Moscow as the bloc weighs renewing sanctions on the Kremlin, Reuters reported.

Court postpones Kiev's mayoral election

KIEV, May 30 Ukraine appeared headed for another political crisis after the Constitutional Court ruled on Thursday to postpone the next Kiev mayoral vote for two years until October 2015, after the next presidential election in March 2015.

Foreign minister touts Odessa-Brody pipeline project in Warsaw

WARSAW, May 30 Ukraine believes that the Odessa-Brody pipeline and its completion are a profitable investment which has yet to be realized, Foreign Minister Kostiantyn Hryschenko said.

President sets sights on prime minister

KIEV, May 30 President Viktor Yanukovych on Monday attacked Prime Minister Mykola Azarov for lack of economic and social progress the second criticism in less than a week signaling a possible reshuffle of the government soon.

Foreign minister hails positive changes in US, Russia cooperation

KIEV, May 27 Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kostiantyn Hryschenko has noted positive changes in Ukraine's cooperation with the United States and Russia.

Germans discuss participation in equipping a corvette for Ukrainians

SEVASTOPOL, May 28 The possibility of Germany's participation in equipping a corvette for the Ukrainian Navy was discussed as part of Germany's Military Industry Day in Sevastopol.

Top soldier quits in row with Yanukovych

KIEV, May 28 Ivan Svida, the commander of Ukraines armed forces and the chief of the general staff, on Friday submitted his resignation apparently amid disagreements with the defense policy pursued by President Viktor Yanukovych.

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RUR 0.427 0.426
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