KIEV, Aug. 30 – A Kiev court of appeals on Monday upheld a previous ruling stripping two independent television stations of frequencies, a move that may suspend their expansion in the country’s regions and potentially destroy the channels.
KIEV, Aug. 28 - Investors would only accept proposals on the restructuring of debt on eurobonds issued by Naftogaz Ukrayiny if the government issues sovereign guarantees on the debt, Carl Philipp R. Thomas, a partner at the Luxembourg-based Aequi-Libria consulting firm, told Interfax.
KIEV, Aug. 28 – Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko said Friday Naftogaz Ukrayiny will make payment for Russian natural gas imports on time and without relying on money-printing by the National Bank of Ukraine.
DONETSK, Aug. 29 – Ukraine’s political leaders on Saturday joined together for the grand opening of Donbass Arena, a $400 million soccer stadium in Donetsk, one of four that are expected to host the Euro-2012 championship.
KIEV, Aug. 27 - The Ukrainian government is determined to start technological modernization of the national aircraft manufacturing industry in 2010, Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko said while visiting the Antonov research and production center on Thursday.
KIEV, Aug. 27 – The Ukrainian cabinet in 2009 made decisions to give state guarantees worth over UAH 37 billion, while the law on the national budget for 2009 sets the limit for them at UAH 37 billion, the chief service of social and economic development at the secretariat of President Viktor Yuschenko announced.
KIEV, Aug. 29 - President Viktor Yushchenko will soon announce anti-corruption initiatives which foresee compulsory declarations of the spending of state employees and members of their families, as well as the creation of a single state anti-corruption body.
ODESSA, Aug. 29 - Ukraine will defend its economic interests in its relations with Romania, primarily the issue of sovereignty over Zmiyiny (Serpent) Island and the Bystroye channels in the Danube delta, Foreign Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said.