THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2017
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Landmine kills OSCE monitor near Luhansk

KIEV, April 24 - A member of the European monitoring mission in eastern Ukraine was killed and two others were injured Sunday when their vehicle drove over a mine near Luhansk, Reuters reported. | More

MPs call for release of former colleague jailed on embezzlement charge

KIEV, April 21 Members of Parliament from the People's Front parliamentary faction and some Cabinet members have vowed their support for former MP Mykola Martynenko and announced plans to ask the court to release him against their guarantees. | More

EBRD announces plan to buy 10-25% stake in Ukraine's Oschadbank

KIEV, April 21 The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development intends to buy a stake in state-owned Oschadbank in the amount of 10-25% depending on the price, and sell it in three or five years at one of the Ukrainian exchanges, EBRD Managing Director for Eastern Europe and the Caucasus Francis Malige has said. | More

Putin tightening grip on eastern Ukraine

MOSCOW, April 20 - Vladimir Putin is seizing on mixed signals from the U.S. to quietly tighten Russias grip on two rebel regions of Ukraine, burying hopes for a European-brokered peace deal and relief from sanctions anytime soon, Bloomberg reported. | More

Ukrainians call for justice following Justice Courts ruling on Russia

KIEV, April 20 Ukraine expects that the Russian Federation executes the decision of the United Nations' International Court of Justice (The Hague) under the lawsuit filed by Ukraine against Russia in the shortest terms. The country urges international society to monitor the execution of the decision and react to each fact of violation of the decision by Russia. | More

Court returns property seized from ousted Fiscal Service chief

KIEV, April 19 The Kiev Court of arrest has partially granted a complaint against the ruling of the capital's Solomiansky district court to arrest the property of Roman Nasirov, who has been suspended from the post of the head of the State Fiscal Service. | More

Hague court nixes Ukraines Russia suit

THE HAGUE, April 19 - The International Court of Justice on Wednesday rejected Ukraine's request for measures aimed at blocking Russian support for rebels in eastern Ukraine, saying Kiev did not provide enough evidence to back up its claim that Moscow sponsored terrorism by funding and arming the rebels, The Associated Press reported. | More

Transparency International drafts Ukrporonprom anticorruption measures

KIEV, April 19 The independent defense anti-corruption committee created by Transparency International (TI) has drawn up urgent measures aimed at reducing corruption risks at Ukroboronprom State Concern for the Ukrainian government. | More

31 charged and 25 sentenced in Rivne amber mining Mafia case

KIEV, April 18 As the result of a pre-trial investigation into a criminal organization involved in the illegal mining of amber in Rivne region (the so-called 'amber mafia' case), 31 persons were brought to court, and 25 of them were sentenced, Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko said. | More

Currencies (in hryvnias)
  27.04.2017 prev
USD 26.59 26.63
RUR 0.472 0.477
EUR 28.96 29.00

Stock Market
  26.04.2017 prev
PFTS 268.7 270.3
source: PFTS


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