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Ukraine loses 10-12% of power generating capacity after Russian attacks

KYIV, March 29 The latest intensive attacks by the Russian aggressor on the energy system, Ukraine has lost 10-12% of the generating capacity available at the time of the first attack on March 22, said Oleksandr Kharchenko, director of the Energy Industry Research Center (EIR Center). | More

Russian cruise missile attack kills two

KYIV, March 31 - A Russian cruise missile strike on infrastructure in Ukraines western Lviv region killed one man, while another died in an attack in the northeast, officials said Sunday. | More

IMF suggests debt write-off needed for Ukraine to achieve sustainability

KYIV, March 29 The Debt Sustainability Analysis (DSA) of Ukraine, carried out by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as part of the third review of the EFF program, assumes partial debt write-off to achieve such sustainability, so it is likely that such write-off will be one of the items expected in the near future of Ukraine's proposal to restructure eurobonds, according to analysts interviewed by the Interfax-Ukraine agency. | More

France to supply hundreds of armored vehicles to Ukraine

PARIS, March 31 - French Defense Minister S&#233;bastien Lecornu said France is to deliver hundreds of armored vehicles by the beginning of next year to Ukraine as part of a new package of military aid for the country that just entered its third year of war since the full-scale Russian invasion. | More

Naftogaz sees local governments completing heating season within week

KYIV, March 29 Head of the Board of NJSC Naftogaz Ukrayiny Oleksiy Chernyshov expects all local authorities to complete the heating season by the end of this week thanks to warm weather, which will save a significant amount of gas. | More

Ukraine exports 33.8-mln mt of commodities via Black Sea since August 2023

KYIV, March 29 - The sea corridor created by the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Danube ensured the export of almost 33.8 million tons of cargo since August 2023, which exceeds the performance indicators within the framework of the grain initiative, said Deputy Prime Minister for Restoration of Ukraine - Minister for Communities and Territories Development and Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov. | More

Ukraine's GDP grew 5.3% on year in 2023 after contracting 28.8% in 2022

KYIV, March 28 Ukraine's real gross domestic product (GDP) in 2023 grew by 5.3% compared to the previous year, when it fell by 28.8%, the State Statistics Service reported on Thursday. | More

Ukraine, Poland try to solve border blockade

WARSAW, March 28 - The prime ministers of Ukraine and Poland said they made progress Thursday toward meeting demands of Polish and western European farmers who want restrictions on cheap Ukrainian food imports that they say undermine their livelihoods, but they announced no breakthrough. | More

Kyiv Defense Council holds urgent meeting as Russia steps up missile attacks

KYIV, March 28 The Kyiv Defense Council held an urgent meeting in connection with the latest statements by the leaders of the aggressor country regarding their intentions to increase the number of missile attacks aimed at civilian targets and civilians of Ukraine and Kyiv in particular. | More

Kuleba plans to travel to India to improve ties

KYIV, March 28 Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has said that the main purpose of his first visit to India this week is to strengthen Ukrainian-Indian relations. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  12.04.2024 prev
USD 39.17 39.02
RUR 0.418 0.418
EUR 42.02 42.36

Stock Market
  11.04.2024 prev
PFTS 507.0 507.0
source: PFTS


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