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Six soldiers killed in clashes with rebels

KIEV, July 20 - Clashes with Russian-backed rebels killed six Ukrainian soldiers Thursday, officials said, in the bloodiest surge in fighting along the volatile frontline in recent months, AFP reported. | More

Ukraine wont need anthracite coal for power generation in 18 months, minister

KIEV, July 20 - Ukraine, which once relied on anthracite coal for power generation, will be able to do without the commodity in 18 months after losing its all anthracite mines to rebels in Donetsk and Luhansk, Energy and Coal Industry Minister Ihor Nasalyk said. | More

Ukraine creates two state-owned space conglomerates: Arsenal, Zirka

KIEV, July 20 - The Ukrainian government on Wednesday has supported creation of two state-owned conglomerates by merging severa; aerospace and parts companies, namely Arsenal-Modern Space Systems and Zirka-Technologies. | More

U.S.-led flotilla to exercise in Back Sea

ODESSA, July 19 - A flotilla of 30 navy ships from Ukraine, the U.S., Turkey, Romania and Georgia will participate in exercise in the Black Sea this month as tensions increase in eastern regions where the government forces are fighting Moscow-backed separatists. | More

Trafigura, Vattenfall to sign major gas supply deals with Ukraines Naftogaz

KIEV, July 19 - Two major European natural gas traders may become key suppliers of gas to Ukraine as the national energy company Naftogaz Ukrayiny is preparing to sign more than $8 billion worth of multi-year agreements.
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Belarus president Lukashenko to visit Ukraine for trade talks with Poroshenko

MINSK, July 19 - Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko will pay an official visit to Ukraine on Thursday and Friday, the presidential press service said. | More

Little Russia threatens Minsk peace deal

KIEV, July 18 - Russian-backed rebels sought to make their efforts to take control of Ukraine on Tuesday, proclaiming a new state called Malorossiya, or Little Russia. They said the plan was not only for the new state to include areas they already control in East Ukraine, but to eventually expand to the whole country, Newsweek reported. | More

EU delegation urges government to create independent judicial body to fight corruption

KIEV, July 18 - The Delegation of the European Union in Ukraine urged the government to create an independent and effective judicial body to fight corruption in the country. | More

Ukraine, Georgia seek to boost trade ties amid Russia problems

TBILISI, July 18 - Ukraine will seek to accelerate trade with Georgia as the two countries can successfully build pipelines for oil and gas shipments from the Central Asia to Europe bypassing Russia in the Black Sea, eliminating major political risks. | More

Russia pressed over Malaysian airliner

KIEV, July 17 - President Petro Poroshenko said Russia must be held to account over the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, three years after the tragedy that killed 298 people. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  21.07.2017 prev
USD 25.93 25.94
RUR 0.439 0.438
EUR 29.78 29.92

Stock Market
  20.07.2017 prev
PFTS 284.7 284.7
source: PFTS


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