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Ukraine to get more U.S. military supplies

WASHINGTON, May 28 - The Pentagon has notified Congress that Ukraine's government has made the necessary progress on key institutional reforms, thereby justifying an additional $125 million in new military assistance, CNN reported Thursday.
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Columbia professor warns Ukraine protectionist measures may harm economy

KYIV, May 28 – The government plan to stimulate the economy to overcome the consequences of COVID-19 contains a number of clearly protectionist measures that are unlikely to lead the economy out of the crisis, said Professor at Columbia University Willem Buiter.
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Diesel fuel consumers ask govt not to impose import restrictions

KYIV, May 28 – Ukraine’s biggest consumers of diesel fuel and liquefied natural gas asked the government to stay away from imposing any restrictions on imports, including from Russia, to prevent sweeping price increases.
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U.S. mulls new sanctions on Nord Stream 2

WASHINGTON, May 27 - Two U.S. senators said on Wednesday they could draft further sanctions on Russia’s Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline if Moscow finishes laying pipes for the project, Reuters reported.
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Ukraine plans to start imports of LNG from U.S. via terminal in Poland

KYIV, May 27 - The Cabinet on Wednesday approved a memorandum to be signed with Louisiana Natural Gas Exports Inc. that opens door for long-term LNG supplies to Ukraine from the U.S.
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Energoatom cuts power output to ‘historic minimum’ due to lockdown

KYIV, May 27 – Energoatom, the state-owned nuclear power generating company, reduced power output to 52% of its capacity amid weak demand due to the coronavirus pandemic, Petro Kotyn, acting president of Energoatom, said Wednesday.
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Ukraine tapes ‘sow division’ in U.S. vote

WASHINGTON, May 26 - Seven former U.S. ambassadors to Ukraine on Tuesday condemned efforts to use the country as a vehicle to “sow division” during the 2020 presidential election campaign, the Washington Post reported.
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IKEA suspends online store amid frenzied furniture demand in Ukraine

KYIV, May 26 – The Swedish company IKEA, the world's largest furniture and home goods retailer, has decided to temporarily limit the work of the Ukrainian online store, leaving only the option of ordering goods with home delivery in Kyiv, IKEA reported.
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Solar power investors ask Ukraine to resolve tariff problem quickly

KYIV, May 26 – A group of international investors operating and building renewable energy facilities with a total installed capacity of more than 2 GW in Ukraine have asked the government to sign a memorandum on resolving issues in the field of renewable energy as soon as possible.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  02.06.2020 prev
USD 26.82 26.87
RUR 0.385 0.381
EUR 29.80 29.93

Stock Market
  01.06.2020 prev
PFTS 500.1 500.1
source: PFTS


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