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Ukraines nuclear inspectorate asks to cancel Russias IAEA privilege

KYIV, Nov 7 The State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine (SNRIU) initiates deprivation of Russia's rights and privileges in the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), according to the inspectorate's website.
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Ukraine, U.N. sign agreement seeking to extend grain export deal

KYIV, Nov 7 On November 4, the Cabinet of Ministers and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) signed an agreement on the establishment of the organization's Project Office in Ukraine to assist the country, including in extending the Istanbul grain agreements on the export of agricultural products from Ukrainian seaports.
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Ukraine warns of blackouts after strikes

KYIV, Nov 5 - Ukraines state electricity operator on Saturday announced blackouts in Kyiv and seven other regions of the country in the aftermath of Russias devastating strikes on energy infrastructure, The Associated Press reported.
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G7 vows to help Ukraine repair, restore, defend energy infrastructure

KYIV, Nov 4 The G7 is creating a coordinating mechanism to help Ukraine repair, restore and defend vital energy and water infrastructure, G7 foreign ministers said following their meeting in Munster.
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Pivdenny resumes production of iron ore after shutdown

KYIV, Nov 4 The Pivdenny Mining and Processing Plant (Dnipropetrovsk region) resumes production from November 7 after a downtime since July 1 of this year, the company reported Friday.

The operational business plan for November will be 173,000 tons of iron ore concentrate. Marketable products will be sent to the Kamet steel and Zaporizhstal metallurgical enterprises.
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YASNO: Lack of autonomous power sources affecting cell phone connection

KYIV, Nov 4 The electricity supplier YASNO said Ukrainians experience disruption in cell phone communication during power outages due to the lack of autonomous power sources at many antennas.
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Sullivan assures Ukraine of U.S.s unwavering support, Yermak says

KYIV, Nov 4 Head of the President's Office of Ukraine Andriy Yermak said that during the visit to Kyiv of U.S. National Security Adviser Jacob Sullivan, Ukraine "once again received confirmation of unwavering support until our victory."
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Ukraine repels Russian aggression and fights corruption, Yermak says

KYIV, Nov 4 Head of the Ukrainian President's Office Andriy Yermak said Ukraine is showing the world an example of a state that not only repels an attack by an aggressor during a war, but also tries to join international anti-corruption organizations and comply with international standards in this sector.
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Ukrainian pharmaceutical firms may cut output due to power outages

KYIV, Nov 4 Ukrainian pharmaceutical companies may reduce production of medicines due to war-induced power outages, they are asking the Ministry of Energy to regulate the power outage of pharmaceutical plants, to make it more planned, representatives of leading Ukrainian pharmaceutical companies told Interfax-Ukraine.
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Backup power used at Ukrainian nuclear site

KYIV, Nov 3 - Europes largest nuclear power plant was relying on emergency diesel generators to run its safety systems Thursday after external power from the Ukrainian electric grid was again cut off, The Associated Press reported citing Ukrainian and U.N. officials.
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USD 36.57 36.57
RUR 0.631 0.631
EUR 37.27 37.27

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