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Poltava, Kherson, Vinnytsia to suffer from climate change, World Bank says

KYIV, Dec 29 Cherkasy, Kherson, Kirovohrad, Poltava and Vinnytsia regions will suffer the greatest losses due to climate change, this is the result of a World Bank study on the impact of climate change on key sectors of the Ukrainian economy, initiated by the Ministry of Ecology.

Zelensky approves information security strategy to counter Russia

KYIV, Dec 29 President Volodymyr Zelensky has approved a new information security strategy of Ukraine that is aimed at countering Russias disinformation campaign, the presidential office said.

U.S. Air Force flies reconnaissance mission over eastern Ukraine: CNN

WASHINGTON, Dec 29 - The US Air Force flew a reconnaissance mission this week over eastern Ukraine to gather intelligence about the situation on the ground -- two days after Russia announced it would withdraw 10,000 troops from its border with that nation, CNN reported.

Biden to speak with Putin over Ukraine

WASHINGTON, Dec 29 - President Biden is expected to speak by phone to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday at the Kremlin's request - weeks after the White House said Biden made it clear to Putin that if Russia decided to invade Ukraine, the United States and its European allies stand ready to respond with economic sanctions and military support, NPR reported.

Poroshenko: Ukraine plans to set up free-trade area with Israel

KIEV, Dec. 22 Ukraine plans to set up a free-trade area with Israel, says Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.

Poroshenko and Israeli president call for full Minsk implementation

KIEV, Dec. 23 President Petro Poroshenko and his Israeli counterpart Reuven Rivlin have noted the need for the full implementation of the Minsk agreements.

PM warns of 'economic catastrophe' if Rada balks at austerity budget

KIEV, Dec. 22 - Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk has warned that the cash-strapped and war-scarred nation faced an "economic catastrophe" if parliament failed to pass an IMF-backed austerity budget in a Thursday vote, AFP reported.

Kiev and rebels agree to New Year truce

KIEV, Dec. 22 - Ukraine and pro-Russian insurgents have reached a vital "New Year" truce agreement that will go into effect at midnight Tuesday in the hope of finally ending clashes in the war-scarred ex-Soviet state, AFP reported.

Global Ratings project aims at monitoring Ukrainian indicators

KIEV, Dec. 23 The Ukrainska Pravda online publication and a group of public activists have presented the Ukraine in Global Ratings project aimed at monitoring the real changes of the country's position in the key international indexes and ratings, on the basis of which the policy towards Ukraine is formed in the world.

Russia slams trilateral talks in Brussels as 'exclusively political'

MOSCOW, Dec. 23 The approach by Brussels and Kiev at the talks with Russia on the issue of creating a free trade area (FTA) between the European Union and Ukraine has not been economic, but exclusively political, Russian Minister of Economic Development Alexei Ulyukayev said.

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