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Russian drones kill four people in Kharkiv

KYIV, April 4 - Russian forces fired drones at two apartment buildings and a power plant in Ukraines second-largest city, killing four people, local authorities said Thursday, as the Kremlins forces apparently set in motion their strategy for the coming months of war by escalating the bombardment of civilian areas. | More

Ukrainian spending drops slightly to UAH 268-bln in March: Finance Ministry

KYIV, April 4 The cash expenditures of the general fund of Ukraine's state budget in March decreased to UAH 268 billion from UAH 274.5 billion a month earlier, while revenues to UAH 164.3 billion from UAH 188.6 billion, such operational data from the State Treasury was reported by the Ministry of Finance on Tuesday. | More

Ukraines industrial production grows 5.9% on year in 2023

KYIV, April 4 Industrial production in Ukraine in 2023 grew by 5.9%, while in 2022, according to updated data, the fall was 36.7%, the State Statistics Service reported. | More

Ukrainian specialists demined 26,500 hectares of farming land in March

KYIV, April 4 In March, bomb disposal engineer units of governmental and non-governmental operators of Ukraine examined more than 26,500 hectares of agricultural land and returned almost 23,500 hectares to economic use, reported First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine, Minister of Economy of Ukraine Yulia Svyrydenko with reference to data from regional military administrations. | More

Quarter of Ukrainian territory contaminated with explosive objects

KYIV, April 4 Currently, a quarter of the territory of Ukraine is contaminated with explosive objects, it will be possible to talk about full humanitarian demining only after the end of the war, Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Ihor Klymenko has said. | More

NATO mulls long-term support to Ukraine

BRUSSELS, April 3 - NATO is debating a plan to provide more predictable military support to Ukraine in coming years as better armed Russian troops assert control on the battlefield, the organizations top civilian official said Wednesday. | More

Ukraine expects to get $2.1-bln in soft loans from the Republic of Korea

KYIV, April 3 Ukraine expects to receive $2.1 billion in the equivalent of soft loans from the government of the Republic of Korea through the Economic Development Co-operation Fund (EDCF) over the next five years for the purchase of equipment and restoration projects, the Ministry of Economy reported on Tuesday. | More

Special war crimes tribunal for Russia is under discussion

KYIV, April 3 Following the results of the conference Restoring Justice for Ukraine, a declaration was adopted on the need to create a special tribunal for Russia for crimes committed against Ukraine during the war of aggression. | More

Cabinet approves bill on construction of Khmelnytsky-3, -4 power units

KYIV, April 2 The Cabinet of Ministers approved the draft law on the placement, design and construction of power units No. 3 and No. 4 of the Khmelnytsky Nuclear Power Plant, government representative in parliament Taras Melnychuk said. | More

Ukrenergo restores 2,000 MW of power capacity after Russian strikes

KYIV, April 2 Since March 22, when the largest Russian attack on the power system took place, and then a number of attacks, specialists from NPC Ukrenergo have restored and replaced high-voltage equipment at substations, allowing the transmission of approximately 2,000 MW of power. | More

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