KIEV, Aug. 30 â€“ Ukraine will increase international and domestic borrowing next year in order to finance its expanding budget deficit as the government plans massive investment to boost economic growth, the countryâ€™s economic czar said Wednesday.
KIEV, Aug. 30 â€“ Russia apologized on Monday for keeping two U.S. senators on the way to Kiev waiting for three hours in a Russian airport after border guards expressed concerns about letting the U.S. military flight depart without an inspection of the plane.
KIEV, Aug. 30 - President Viktor Yushchenko's Our Ukraine party would score the most at election and jointly with Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko's group would be able to form the government, an opinion poll showed Tuesday.
KIEV, Aug. 30 â€“ The Socialist Party, one of three groups in the government coalition, Tuesday called for dismissal of the governor of the National Bank of Ukraine, alleging a strong hryvnia is hurting the economy.
KYIV, July 30 - A once-obscure Ukrainian regional pundit who gained national attention for predicting the unlikely rise of President Volodymyr Zelenskiy is now predicting the new leader’s popularity will swiftly evaporate, Reuters reported Tuesday.
GENEVA, July 30 - Ukraine lost the bulk of a legal dispute against Russia on Monday, when a World Trade Organization dispute panel struck out many of its arguments about Russia refusing to import Ukrainian railway equipment, a major export earner for Kiev, Reuters reported.
KIEV, July 30 - Ukraine said Sunday that one of its soldiers was killed and nine others injured in fighting with Russia-backed separatists in the east of the country, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported.
KIEV, July 28 - Nearly half of Ukrainians are in favor of holding early parliamentary elections, as is seen from a public opinion poll of 2,018 respondents conducted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation and the Razumkov Center sociological service on June 9-13.
MOSCOW, July 30 - Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday the U.S. diplomatic missions in Moscow and elsewhere in the country will have to reduce their staffs by 755 people, signaling a significant escalation in the Russian response to American sanctions over the Kremlin’s intervention in the 2016 presidential election and its continued aggression in Ukraine, The Washington Post reported.