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Russian missiles kill 7 civilians in Kharkiv

KYIV, May 23 - Russian missiles slammed into Ukraines second-largest city in the countrys northeast and killed at least seven civilians early Thursday, officials said, as Kyivs army labored to hold off an intense cross-border offensive by the Kremlins larger and better-equipped forces.
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U.S. plans to announce an additional $275-mln in military aid for Ukraine

WASHINGTON, May 23 - The United States is expected to announce an additional $275 million in military aid for Ukraine on Friday as Kyiv struggles to hold off advances by Russian troops in the Kharkiv region, two U.S. officials say.
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Ukraine faces $15-bln budget gap in 2025; IMF support needed

KYIV, May 23 The high likelihood of the continuation of the active phase of the war necessitates the preservation of significant external budget support, Finance Minister Serhiy Marchenko said Thursday.
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Russia makes new Baltic Sea border claims

KYIV, May 22 - Leaders around the Baltic Sea reacted warily Wednesday to reports that Russia could revise the borders of its territorial waters in the region, with Lithuanias foreign minister calling it an obvious escalation that must be met with an appropriately firm response.
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Ukraine prepares list of large-scale state-owned assets for privatization

KYIV, May 22 The State Property Fund (SPF) of Ukraine is completing the preparation of a list of large-scale privatization objects, which will be agreed upon with the Cabinet of Ministers and transferred to the auction commission, said the head of the department, Vitaliy Koval.
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Titanium ore producer Velta reports shortage of personnel

KYIV, May 22 The Velta group of companies with assets for the extraction of titanium-containing ores in Novomyrhorod (Kirovohrad region) is currently experiencing an acute shortage of personnel, which reduces its efficiency and the supply of products abroad.
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Germany to help Ukraine with air defense

KYIV, May 21 - Sending air defense systems to Ukraine to help protect it from Russian cruise missiles, rockets and drones is an absolute priority, Germanys foreign minister said in Kyiv on Tuesday after visiting a local power plant that was largely reduced to ruins by a recent barrage.
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Ukrainian official says IMF loan structural benchmarks have been met

LUXEMBOURG, May 21 Ukraine has fully met all structural benchmarks and other obligations under the Extended Fund Facility (EFF) arrangement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), whose mission for the fourth review of the EFF is expected to begin work at the end of May in Warsaw, Deputy Finance Minister Olha Zykova told Interfax-Ukraine.
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EU in agreement on use of Russia asset profits to fund Ukraine

BRUSSELS, May 21 - European Union countries announced on Tuesday that they have reached an agreement to use the profits earned from frozen Russian assets to provide military support to Ukraine and help rebuild the war-torn country.
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U.S. vows to keep weapons coming to Ukraine

WASHINGTON, May 20 - Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin committed Monday to keeping U.S. weapons moving to Ukraine as Kyiv faces one of its toughest moments against a renewed assault by Russia.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  27.05.2024 prev
USD 40.12 39.92
RUR 0.448 0.442
EUR 43.49 43.31

Stock Market
  24.05.2024 prev
PFTS 507.0 507.0
source: PFTS


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