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23.02.2024
Kyivstar, Japans Sojitz, PicoCELA sign memo to develop wireless mesh tech

KYIV, Feb 22 The largest Ukrainian telecom operator Kyivstar signed a trilateral memorandum with Japanese companies Sojitz and PicoCELA, which will help identify options for cooperation between the companies on a number of projects, including the development of wireless mesh technology, the company's press service reported on Thursday.
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23.02.2024
ACI says Ukraine needs to spend EUR 52-mln annually to maintain airports

KYIV, Feb 22 To maintain the operational readiness of Ukrainian airports, EUR 52 million per year is needed, Olivier Jankovec, Director General of Airports Council International in Europe (ACI EUROPE), said in an interview with Interfax-Ukraine.
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23.02.2024
New Zealand announces provision of $15.9-mln military aid to Ukraine

KYIV, Feb 22 New Zealand announced the provision of new aid of NZD 25.9 million ($15.9 million) to Ukraine.

"This support, worth $25.9 million [NZD], will bring the total value of New Zealand's assistance pledged in the past two years to more than $100 million [NZD]," Foreign Minister Winston Peters and Defence Minister Judith Collins said in a statement published on the New Zealand government website.
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23.02.2024
U.S. promises new sanctions on Iran

WASHINGTON, Jan 22 - The White House is promising to unveil new sanctions on Iran in the coming days in retaliation for its arms sales that have bolstered Russias invasion of Ukraine, and threatening a swift and severe response if Tehran moves forward with selling ballistic missiles to Moscow.
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23.02.2024
Denmark announces $250-mln assistance package to Ukraine within months

KYIV, Feb 22 The Danish government has announced a new package of military assistance to Ukraine in the amount of DKK 1.7 billion (or almost $250 million), which provides, in particular, for the supply of 15,000 artillery ammunition to Ukraine within a few months, the Danish Ministry of Defense reports.
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23.02.2024
Ukraine may soon get IMFs $900-mln payment from $15.6-bln loan

KYIV, Feb 22 Ukraine is close to reaching an agreement with the International Monetary Fund to receive the next $900 million payment from a $15.6 billion loan, a boost to the country's war-ravaged budget and a vote of confidence as U.S. aid remains fragile, Bloomberg reported Wednesday.
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23.02.2024
DTEK plans to invest UAH 4-bln to improving grids in Odesa, Dnipro, Kyiv

KYIV, Feb 22 Distribution system operators of DTEK Grids plan to invest about UAH 4 billion in improving the stability and reliability of power grids in Odesa, Dnipropetrovsk, Kyiv regions and Kyiv in 2024.
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23.02.2024
Ukrainians overwhelmingly believe Ukraine will defeat Russia, poll shows

KYIV, Feb 21 The majority of Ukrainians, 85%, believe in Ukraine's victory in the war with the Russian Federation (from 78% of residents of the East of the country to 88.5% of residents of the Western region). 8.5% do not believe in victory (from 5.5% in the West to 13% in the East of the country), according to the results of a survey conducted by the sociological service of the Razumkov Center and presented at a press conference at Interfax-Ukraine.
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23.02.2024
Zelenskyy asks Poland to lift border blockade

KYIV, Feb 21 - Ukraines president on Wednesday invited Polish leaders to meet him at their shared border to resolve a blockade by Polish farmers protesting Ukrainian food imports, saying its hampering the shipment of weapons to Ukrainian soldiers.
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23.02.2024
G7 envoys tell Ukraine ESB corruption watchdog reform not IMF compliant

KYIV, Feb 21 Ambassadors of the G7 states warned the Ukrainian authorities against approving the reform of the Economic Security Bureau (ESB), which does not comply with the requirements of European integration and the program of the International Monetary Fund, European Pravda reports.
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RUR 0.416 0.418
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