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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.

NBU official expects IMF team in Ukraine for talks in mid-February

KYIV, Jan 29 A team of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will probably come to Ukraine in mid-February, head of the Council of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Bohdan Danylyshyn said.

EBRD President urges Ukraine to step up efforts to fight corruption

KYIV, Jan 29 European Bank for Reconstruction and Development President Suma Chakrabarti called on the Ukrainian authorities to accelerate their efforts in the fight against corruption.

U.S., Russia still far from deal on Donbas

KYIV, Jan. 29 - Russia has shown more "openness" to U.S. suggestions on a possible UN peacekeeping mission in war-torn eastern Ukraine, but Washington and Moscow remain far from striking a deal, the U.S. special envoy for Ukraine says, RFE/RL reported Monday.

Ukraine successfully tests first locally made cruise missile

KYIV, Jan. 30 - Ukraine tested a locally made cruise missile capable of hitting land and sea targets from land on Tuesday, National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov said, Reuters reported.

Many Ukrainians ready to leave after sharing pessimistic view of country in opinion poll

KYIV, Jan 29 One in four Ukrainian citizens do not believe that Ukraine as an independent state will get to its feet in the foreseeable future, and 40% hope the country will overcome hardships in the next 10-15 years, sociologists say.

U.S. targets 210 Russians close to Putin

NEW YORK, Jan. 30 - The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump has provided the Treasury Department with a list of about 210 Russians deemed close enough to Russian President Vladimir Putin to be targets for new sanctions, Los Angeles Times reported.

Government financial watchdog blocks UAH28.5 million of rebel assets

KIEV, Jan. 30 Ukraine's State Financial Monitoring Service (Derzhfinmonitoring) from March 2014 through December 2016 blocked UAH 28.54 million in assets belonging to officials of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics (DNR, LNR), according to the Ukrainian government's website.

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USD 27.26 27.17
RUR 0.428 0.423
EUR 31.04 30.85

Stock Market
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PFTS 554.5 554.5
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