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Yushchenko, Tymoshenko square off again on Russian natural gas debt

KIEV, March 28 - President Viktor Yushchenko and Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko on Friday differed significantly on how much had Ukraine owed for Russian natural gas supplies since the beginning of the year.

Bush calls for clear prospect for NATO

KIEV, March 29 Ukraine and Georgia should be given a "clear prospect" of joining NATO, U.S. President George W. Bush told a German newspaper ahead of a NATO summit in Bucharest, according to Reuters reported Saturday.

Commission ends vote counting, says five parties may enter Parliament

KIEV, March 30 – Five groups, including the Regions Party, the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc and Our Ukraine, will enter Parliament following Sunday’s general election, the Central Election Commission said Thursday ending four-day ballot counting.

Ukraine’s energy sector regulator votes to hike gas prices by 25%

KIEV, March 30 – The National Committee for Power Regulation, the government’s energy sector regulating body, Thursday decided to increase gas prices on domestic market by 25% starting May 1, the committee said. In a move

Yushchenko assures US of pro-West course

KIEV, March 30 – President Viktor Yushchenko assured U.S. Vice-President Dick Cheney on Thursday that Ukraine will continue course on European integration and economic reforms following Sunday’s general election, Yushchenko’s press service reported.

Akhmetov pledges to boost economy if his Regions Party takes power

KIEV, March 30 - Ukraine's richest man pledged Thursday to reverse the country's sluggish economy and respect all post-Soviet privatization deals if his pro-Russian party takes power in upcoming coalition talks, The Associated Press reported.

Tymoshenko vows to pursue business-friendly policy if regains PM post

KIEV, March 30 - Yulia Tymoshenko, former Ukrainian prime minister, pledged to pursue a business-friendly policy if she regains the post of the prime minister following Sunday’s general election, the Financial Times reported.

Tough clash between two Yushchenko allies challenges course of govt

KIEV, March 29 – A tough and ongoing confrontation between two of his biggest allies could potentially challenge the course of the country’s development, President Viktor Yushchenko admitted Tuesday.

President signs new 2005 budget into law after overwhelming approval

KIEV, March 29 – President Viktor Yushchenko on Tuesday signed into law 2005 budget amendments that were overwhelmingly approved by lawmakers Friday and aim at kick starting fiscal and economic reforms and tackling poverty and corruption.

Tariff hike sought for Russia’s Gazprom

KIEV, March 29 – Ukraine seeks to change a key natural gas supply agreement with Russian gas giant Gazprom that may lead to Ukraine charging a higher tariff for Russian gas transit to Europe.

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USD 28.06 28.12
RUR 0.422 0.420
EUR 33.03 32.81

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