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IMF insisting on NBU independence as price of further cooperation

KIEV, Oct. 27 - The International Monetary Fund is ready to continue cooperation with Ukraine within the EFF program if the institutional independence of the central bank is retained, IMF representative Gerry Rice said.

Interior minister warns Japanese against appeasing Russians

KIEV, Oct. 27 Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov has called on Japanese politicians and public figures not to follow the policy of appeasing the aggressor, but unite and take concrete action to make Russia stop its aggression.

More Russians think Ukrainians should get visas to enter, poll shows

MOSCOW, Oct. 27 - The share of Russians favoring a visa and customs regime with Ukraine has reached 39%, the Levada Center told Interfax, adding that this was the highest indicator since March 2008 (19%).

President accepts credentials from Polish, Iraqi and Azeri envoys

KIEV, Oct. 28 President Petro Poroshenko has accepted credentials from the ambassadors of Poland, Jan Peklo, Iraq, Bakir Ahmed Aziz Al-Jawf and Azerbaijan, Azer oglu Khudayar Khudiyev.

G7 envoys warn president against weakening e-declaration system

KIEV, Oct. 28 The ambassadors of G7 countries have warned Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko about the dangers of certain legislative initiatives which can negate Ukraine's efforts in combating corruption, in particular by weakening the electronic declaration system, the European Truth online publication reported.

PM e-declaration shows $1.8 million cash

KIEV, Oct. 28 - Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has revealed that he and his wife possess $1.8 million in cash, $100,000 in several different bank accounts, 15 properties and a collection of 12 luxury watches, BBC reported.

Russian aid convoy arrives in Rostov bound for Luhansk and Donetsk

MOSCOW/KIEV, Oct. 30 - A convoy of Russian trucks carrying humanitarian supplies for the population of Ukraine's Luhansk and Donetsk regions has arrived in Russia's southern Rostov region, Oleg Voronov, deputy director of the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry's National Crisis Management Center, told Interfax.

Ukraine to press on with Stockholm suit despite gas agreement

KIEV, Oct. 30 - Ukraine is not going to recall its lawsuit from an arbitration court in Stockholm, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said.

"A final decision concerning the fate of the gas contract will be adopted by the Stockholm arbitration court. That is why the agreement and the protocol that will be signed are provisional.

EC's financial guarantees to pay for gas agreement, says Gazprom CEO

BRUSSELS, Oct. 30 - The European Commission's financial guarantees concerning Ukraine's payments for Russian natural gas will be included in a bilateral protocol, Russian gas giant Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller said.

Ukraine, Russia and EU sign natgas deal

BRUSSELS, Oct. 30 - Ukraine, Russia and the European Union signed a deal on Thursday that will see Moscow resume vital supplies of gas to its ex-Soviet neighbor over the winter in return for payments funded in part by Kiev's Western creditors, Reuters reported.

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USD 26.50 26.43
RUR 0.460 0.461
EUR 31.36 31.05

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