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Pro-Russian groups stage NATO protests

KIEV, May 30 – Pro-Russian groups staged spectacular protests throughout Ukraine after a U.S. Navy ship had docked at a port in Crimea to deliver supplies for a planned NATO-Ukraine naval exercise later this year.

NBU adviser says Ukraine’s chance of meeting GDP target waning

KIEV, May 27 – Ukraine's chances of reaching growth in gross domestic product in 2005 of 8.2% are decreasing, according to the head of the NBU governor's group of advisers, Valeriy Lytvytsky.

Ukrainians worried about Russian Kerch Strait border intransigence

KIEV, May 27 – Ukraine is concerned over the way Russia insists setting the border between the two in a sensitive area linking the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov, the Foreign Ministry said Friday.

Govt may leave current UkrNafta mgrs in place but curtail their clout

KIEV, May 29 – The government may leave untouched current managers of UkrNafta, the country’s largest oil producer, but reduce their power to give the state more control over business, an official said.

Aide: Russians to boost oil exports soon

KIEV, May 29 – Russia may steeply boost exports of crude oil to Ukraine this year after the two countries sign an anticipated oil supply agreement soon, an aide to President Viktor Yushchenko said.

Ukraine begins television broadcasting to Russia-controlled regions

KYIV, March 29 TV channel 'Multimedia platform of foreign broadcasting of Ukraine' (UA TV) has started broadcasting in a test mode in territories of Donetsk region and annexed Crimea that are not under Ukraine's control.

Poroshenko announces plans to import European natural gas from Romania

KIEV, March 30 - Ukraine plans to import European natural gas from Romania as the two countries seek to build interconnectors to expand gas transportation capacity, President Petro Poroshenko said Thursday.

IMF to meet Monday on Ukraine aid tranche

KIEV, March 30 - The International Monetary Fund executive board will meet on April 3 to decide whether to disburse a $1 billion aid tranche to Ukraine as part of its $17.5 billion bailout program for the country, Reuters reported on Thursday.

Justice minister proposes NGOs join in revising corruption agency law

KIEV, March 30 Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko has proposed that anti-corruption nongovernmental organizations join in drafting amendments to the law that would make the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) a body with ultimate responsibility.

Groysman asks Rada to allow foreigner to become finance minister

KIEV, March 30 Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Groysman - considered a frontrunner to succeed Arseniy Yatseniuk as prime minister - has suggested the Ukrainian parliament allow temporarily - until May 1, 2017, the appointment of a foreigner as finance minister from among former heads or members of foreign governments.

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  24.05.2019 prev
USD 26.34 26.30
RUR 0.408 0.408
EUR 29.34 29.38

Stock Market
  23.05.2019 prev
PFTS 574.1 573.5
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