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DTEK has 500 MW in solar, wind power projects under construction

KYIV, Oct 20 - DTEK currently has 500 MW of solar and wind power plants at various stages of construction, Maxim Timchenko, the CEO of the company, said.

"Thus, we will gradually replace conventional coal energy with renewable one," he said during the Ukraine Gas Investment Congress in Kyiv.
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Government approves $39-mln loan to build tram line across Kyiv

KYIV, Oct 20 The Cabinet of Ministers has approved the attraction of a $39 million loan from the World Bank for the construction of a new tram line from Starovokzalna Street to the Palats Sportu metro station with a stop at Vokzalna Square in Kyiv, the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine has reported on its website on Wednesday.
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Ukraine OKs legislation to strengthen NABU

KYIV, Oct 20 - Ukraine's parliament on Tuesday passed legislation to strengthen the independence of the Western-backed national anti-corruption bureau (NABU), a requirement for Kyiv to secure more loans from the International Monetary Fund under a $5 billion loan deal, Reuters reported.
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Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Minister submits resignation

KYIV, Oct 19 Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Minister Roman Abramovsky has submitted his resignation, head of the parliamentary faction Servant of the People David Arakhamia said.
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Canada to build space port for launches of Ukraines Cyclone-4M rocket

KYIV, Oct 19 Ukraine and Canada have resolved all bureaucratic issues, and at the end of 2021, the construction of a spaceport for launching spacecraft by the Ukrainian Cyclone-4M launch vehicle will begin in New Scotia, Deputy Prime Minister and Head of the Ministry of Strategic Industry Oleh Urusky said.
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Ukraines spent nuclear fuel storage facility may start operation in 3 mos

KYIV, Oct 19 The Central Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility (CSFSF) may accept the first fuel after obtaining a license from the State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate that may take up to three months, acting President of Energoatom Petro Kotin said.

Holtec of U.S. that built the storage will have to complete work to provide infrastructure for shipping fuel from nuclear power plants, he said.
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Ukraine drafts deal with U.S. on building first Westinghouse power units

KYIV, Oct 19 National Nuclear Generating Company Energoatom has prepared an intergovernmental agreement between Ukraine and the United States on the construction of power units using the technology of U.S. Westinghouse and sent it for approval to the central authorities, Energoatom Head Petro Kotin has said.
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Zelensky says power prices wont increase for domestic users in Ukraine

KYIV, Oct 19 Tariffs for electricity in Ukraine are not growing, although its price is increasing on the global market, President Volodymyr Zelensky said in an interview with ICTV channel as part of the Freedom of Speech program.
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Zelensky says Ukraines anti-corruption agencies to resume operation soon

KYIV, Oct 19 President Volodymyr Zelensky believes that in the near future the anti-corruption agencies of Ukraine will resume their work in full, as well as accelerate the implementation of judicial reform and restart the Constitutional Court.
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EU may temporarily restrict entry by Ukrainians due to COVID-19 resurgence

KYIV, Oct 19 Some countries of the European Union may temporarily restrict entry for citizens of Ukraine due to the increase in the incidence of coronavirus (COVID-19) and the exclusion of our country from the so-called "green zone," but at the moment such a decision has not yet been made, Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Oleh Nikolenko has said.
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USD 26.35 26.29
RUR 0.377 0.374
EUR 30.57 30.58

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