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Ukrainian forces said to breach Russian defense lines in Kherson: reports

KYIV, Aug 29 - The Ukraine military said on Monday it had breached Russias first line of defense near Kherson just north of the Crimea, the peninsula that Russia annexed from Ukraine in 2014.

IAEA sends urgent mission to Zaporizhia NPP

KYIV, Aug 29 - A U.N. nuclear watchdog team set off on an urgent mission Monday to safeguard the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia atomic power plant at the heart of fighting in Ukraine, a long-awaited trip the world hopes will help avoid a radioactive catastrophe.

Ukraines economy likely to shrink 35% on year in 2022, ministry says

KYIV, Aug 26 The Ministry of Economy expects a decline in GDP of at least 30-35% in 2022, and for the next year it has developed four macroeconomic scenarios, which, depending on the conditions, give from 0.4% further decline to 15.5% of economic growth, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy Yulia Svyrydenko has reported.

OECD must lead reconstruction effort in Ukraine after war, Yermak says

KYIV, Aug 30 The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) should become one of the key players in the post-war reconstruction of Ukraine, Head of the President's Office of Ukraine Andriy Yermak said.

Ukraines public debt drops 8.2% to $96.79-bln: ministry

KYIV, Aug 30 The total public debt of Ukraine, after the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) devaluated the hryvnia official exchange rate against the US dollar by 25% in July, decreased by 8.2% in US dollar terms, to $96.79 billion, while in hryvnia it increased by 14.8%, to UAH 3.539 trillion, according to data on the website of the Ministry of Finance.

Oxford Economics downgrades Ukraines economic growth to grow 4% in 2021

KYIV, Aug 27 - Oxford Economics has downgraded the forecast for Ukraine's GDP growth in 2021 to 4% from 4.4% in the July forecast, and the risks of further lockdowns and expectations of tightening fiscal and monetary policy led to a deterioration in the forecast for economic growth in 2022 from 4.2% to 3.5%.

PM rules out massive lockdown measures if coronavirus cases accelerate

KYIV, Aug 28 Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said the government will not consider the introduction of severe restrictive measures in the event of a second wave of coronavirus spread but will rely on adaptive quarantine and localization of disease outbreaks.

IMFs $1.98-bln tranche may arrive in Ukraine in H2 2018: ministry

KYIV, Aug 29 The tranche from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the amount of $1.98 billion after the fourth review of the Extended Fund Facility (EFF) will arrive in the second half of 2018, the Finance Ministry forecast.

Russian hackers target Ecumenical Patriarch

LONDON, Aug. 29 The Russian hackers indicted by the U.S. special prosecutor last month have spent years trying to steal the private correspondence of some of the worlds most senior Orthodox Christian figures, The Associated Press has found, illustrating the high stakes as Kyiv and Moscow wrestle over the religious future of Ukraine.

Poroshenko: Ukraine is ready to break friendship treaty with Russia

KYIV, Aug 28 President Petro Poroshenko said Ukraine is legally ready to terminate the treaty on friendship, cooperation and partnership with Russia, concluded in 1997, and expects the relevant documents from the Foreign Ministry.

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  17.07.2024 prev
USD 41.26 41.01
RUR 0.468 0.464
EUR 44.98 44.73

Stock Market
  16.07.2024 prev
PFTS 507.0 507.0
source: PFTS


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