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Yushchenko writes Tymoshenko to express alarm over cattle breeding

KIEV, July 30 President Viktor Yushchenko has sent a letter to Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko expressing his alarm over the situation in domestic cattle breeding.

Energy minister calls for broader settlement of oil refinery dispute

UZHHOROD, July 30 A peace agreement between Ukrainian and Tatar stockholders in UkrTatNafta (the Kremenchuk oil refinery in Poltava region) should be comprehensive and cover all disputed issues in addition to the 18% stake under dispute, according to Fuel and Energy Minister Yuriy Boiko.

Moroz postpones emergency Rada session

KIEV, July 30 Parliament Speaker Oleksandr Moroz was forced to postpone his plan for the legislatures emergency session for a week after disagreements emerged between pro-government parties over the upcoming Sept. 30 snap election.

Defense Minister threatens to resign if 2007 spending cuts approved

KIEV, July 30 ?? Defense Minister Anatoliy Hrytsenko, who has been pushing for Ukraine??s accession to NATO, on Friday threatened to resign if Parliament approves a dramatic cut on defense spending, a newspaper reported.

New coalition stumbles over Yanukovych

KIEV, July 30 ?? The creation of a new coalition in Ukraine stumbled Friday after President Viktor Yushchenko had flatly refused to support Viktor Yanukovych, the Regions Party leader, for the post of the prime minister.

Ukraine plans to set up fund to keep household gas tariffs subsidized

DAVOS, May 27 The Cabinet of Ministers will create a special state budget fund for receipts from international donors, through which it will be able to keep gas tariffs for the population, compensate for the difference in tariffs for heat utilities and gas distribution network operators, head of the board of Naftogaz Ukrainy Yuriy Vitrenko said.

Russia incites genocide, commits atrocities in Ukraine, report suggests

WASHINGTON, May 27 - Russia's actions in Ukraine provide enough evidence to conclude that Moscow is inciting genocide and committing atrocities intended to destroy the Ukrainian people, according to the first independent report into allegations of genocide in that country, CNN reported.

Russian forces storm Sievierodonetsk

KYIV, May 29 - Russian and Ukrainian troops traded blows in fierce close-quarter combat Sunday in an eastern Ukrainian city as Moscows soldiers, supported by intense shelling, attempted to gain a strategic foothold to conquer the region.

Russia experiencing devastating losses of mid-level officers, UK says

LONDON, May 30 - The United Kingdoms defense ministry on Monday said Russia has likely experienced devastating losses among its mid- and junior-level military officers during its invasion of Ukraine, The Hill reported.

EU agrees to slash Russian oil imports

BRUSSELS, May 30 - The European Union agreed to block most oil imports from Russia, cutting off a key income source for Russian President Vladimir Putin in an effort to convince him to halt his invasion of Ukraine.

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