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Russia strikes major oil refinery, schools

KYIV, May 12 - Russian missile strikes on Thursday targeted the largest oil refinery in Ukraine, but also hit a number of civilian targets, including schools in the Chernihiv region, President Volodymyr Zelensky said.
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Canada may replace Belarus as Ukraines main potash fertilizer supplier

KYIV, May 12 After Canada cancels import duties on Ukrainian goods for a year, Canadian potash fertilizers may become the main ones in the Ukrainian market and thereby replace Belarusian ones, which have not been imported to Ukraine since the beginning of Russia's armed aggression.
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Ukraine warns clients about Russia stealing grain

KYIV, May 12 - Ukraines foreign minister said Thursday that everyone involved in the transportation and sales of grain seized by Russia in occupied areas of the country will face legal consequences.
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Ukraine to try Russian soldier for war crime

KYIV, May 11 - Ukraines top prosecutor disclosed plans Wednesday for the first war crimes trial of a captured Russian soldier, as fighting raged in the east and south and the Kremlin left open the possibility of annexing a corner of the country it seized early in the invasion.
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Naftogaz loses control over pipeline, says Gazprom must pay for transit

KYIV, May 11 Naftogaz Ukrayiny, which notified Gazprom of the impossibility of further transit through the territories occupied by the Russian Federation and offered it to change its entry point, expects Gazprom to continue paying for any decision, Head of NJSC Naftogaz Ukrayiny Yuriy Vitrenko has said.
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Ukraine seeks to increase ag product exports via western border

KYIV, May 11 Ukraine is increasing the capacity for agricultural exports across its western border and improving rail and road logistics, as well as seeking ways to unblock our maritime trade along with its international partners, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said.
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Russia hits Odesa to disrupt supply lines

KYIV, May 10 - Russia pummeled the vital port of Odesa, Ukrainian officials said Tuesday, in an apparent effort to disrupt supply lines and Western weapons shipments as Ukraines foreign minister appeared to suggest the country could expand its war aims, The Associated Press reported.
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Ukraines economy is likely to contract 30% on year in 2022, EBRD says

KYIV, May 10 - Ukraine's GDP will probably fall 30% in 2022, and the country's economy will grow by 25% next year, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) published such an updated forecast on Tuesday, while in March it estimated this year's decline at 20%, and growth in the next year at 23%.
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Ukrlandfarming loses 40% of farming land due to war

KYIV, May 10 Losses of Oleh Bakhmatiuk's Ukrlandfarming group of companies due to Russian aggression amounted to hundreds of millions of dollars, and 40% of the sown areas were under occupation or are located in territories where active hostilities were fought and where it is impossible to carry out sowing, the holding said.
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Putins war effort stumbles in Ukraine

KYIV, May 9 - Russian President Vladimir Putin marked his countrys biggest patriotic holiday Monday without a major new battlefield success in Ukraine to boast of, as the war ground on through its 11th week with the Kremlins forces making little or no progress in their offensive.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  17.05.2022 prev
USD 29.25 29.25
RUR 0.364 0.364
EUR 33.17 33.17

Stock Market
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PFTS 519.2 519.2
source: PFTS


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