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Poroshenko calls for modernization of existing T-64 and T-80 tanks

KIEV, Jan. 27 President Petro Poroshenko insists on fully equipping tank units of the Ukrainian armed forces with retrofitted and overhauled tanks by modernizing the existing T-64 and T-80 tanks.


Moscow could revise commitments after Ukraine govt forms, says DPM

BRUSSELS, Jan. 28 - If a new Ukrainian government announces a different agenda and different priorities, this could theoretically serve as grounds for Moscow to revise the existing agreements with Kiev, but this possibility is not under consideration now, Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov said.


Dumped ex-PM says he'll devote more time to Regions Party now

KIEV, Jan. 28 - Now that he has resigned as prime minister, he can devote more time to the Party of Regions, which he chairs, former Prime Minister Mykola Azarov told his Facebook friends.


Riot police beat up busload of government supporters by mistake

KIEV, Jan. 30 - Ukrainian riot police allegedly beat up a busload of government supporters after mistaking them for opposition activists, the BBC reported Thursday.


US government reported readying sanctions in case violence escalates

WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 - The Obama administration is preparing financial sanctions that could be imposed on Ukrainian officials and protest leaders if violence escalates in the political crisis gripping Ukraine, Reuters reported Wednesday, citing congressional aides.


Prez on sick leave following Rada session

KIEV, Jan. 30 - President Viktor Yanukovych went on sick leave on Thursday after a bruising session of Parliament, leaving a political vacuum in a country threatened with bankruptcy and destabilized by anti-government protests.


Proposed new labor code said to allow for 12-hour working days

KIEV, Jan. 29 The draft of the new Labor Code, which was supported at first reading and is to be submitted for approval in 2013, foresees a number of innovations, one of which is the possible extension of the working day up to 12 hours.


IMF mission arrives in Kiev to conduct talks on Stand-By resumption

KIEV, Jan. 29 A mission of the International Monetary Fund arrived in Kiev on January 29 as planned, Interfax-Ukraine learned at IMF Resident Representative Office in Kiev.


Official announces amicable arbitration court agreement with Vanco

KIEV, Jan. 30 Stockholm Arbitration Court approved an amicable agreement between Ukraine and Vanco in late December 2012, Ukraine's Ecology and Natural Resources Minister Oleh Proskuriakov told reporters in Kiev on Wednesday.


Ukraine to pay UESU Russian debt in installments, says minister

KIEV, Jan. 30 - The Ukrainian government expects to reach an agreement on paying United Energy Systems of Ukraine's (UESU) debt to the Russian Defense Ministry by installments, Justice Minister Oleksandr Lavrynovych said.


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