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Turchynov: Ukraine ready to expand and deepen cooperation with NATO

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Strengthening of the security capabilities and development of the Armed Forces based on the best achievements, first of all of NATO, are very important issues for Ukraine.

Wladimir Klitschko's robe from fight against Joshua sold for $215,000

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Wladimir Klitschko's robe, in which he walked out in April this year for his final fight against Anthony Joshua, has been sold at an auction for 160,000 pounds ($215,000).

United States concerned about pace of reforms in Ukraine – Gerashchenko

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The United States is concerned about the pace of reforms in Ukraine.

Pavlo Hryb's sister appeals to Council of Europe

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Olha Hryb, the sister of 19-year-old Ukrainian Pavlo Hryb, who was imprisoned in Russia for political motives, has written an open letter to the Council of Europe.

Poroshenko on language quotas: Forecasts of skeptics proved wrong

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The forecasts of skeptics regarding the possible fall in the rating of radio stations due to the introduction of 25% language quotas for Ukrainian-language songs proved to be wrong during the year of the effect of the respective law, President Petro Poroshenko has reported on his Facebook page.

NBU expects to receive two tranches worth $3.5 bln from IMF in 2018

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The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) expects to receive two tranches worth $3.5 billion from the IMF in 2018.

Decentralization is most successful reform project in Ukraine - deputy PM

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Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Utility Services Hennadiy Zubko has said that during decentralization local leaders assume responsibility for community movement forward.

Ukrainian Foreign Ministry reminds Kremlin of inevitability of punishment for aggression

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Ukraine calls on the world community to unite in order to resist attempts of the aggressor states, including the Russian Federation, to use aggression as a way of conducting foreign policy.

Russian court refuses to return Siemens turbines from Crimea

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Moscow's Arbitration Court has rejected a lawsuit filed by German concern Siemens to return the turbines that were illegally sent to Crimea, Interfax reports.

One Ukrainian soldier killed near Avdiivka, another one wounded

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One Ukrainian soldier was killed and another one was wounded in hostilities in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone in eastern Ukraine over the past day.

Zubko: EU institutions provide Ukraine with financial and technical support for thermal moderniza...

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The cooperation with European institutions enables Ukraine to receive financial and technical assistance for thermal modernization of residential buildings.

Ukraine on list of states with high mortality from landmine explosions

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Ukraine is one of the states where high numbers of casualties caused by landmine explosions are recorded, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty has reported, citing a report by the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL).

Agrarian Policy Ministry calls on VR to approve bill on transferring land management to communities

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First Deputy Agrarian Policy and Food Minister Maksym Martyniuk has called on the Verkhovna Rada to pass a law on transferring the land management to the united territorial communities.

Tillerson accuses the Kremlin of invading Ukraine

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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is something we cannot accept.

International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development to be held in Ukraine in 2018

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The Ukrainian government has approved an organizing committee on preparations and holding of the 9th International ForumonEnergyforSustainable Development in the autumn of 2018.

Foreign Minister Klimkin to visit New York on December 14-16

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Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin will pay an official visit to New York on December 14-16, the ministry’s press service reports.

Latvia supports sanctions against Russia - Speaker of the Saeima

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Speaker of the Saeima of Latvia Ināra Mūrniece states that the Latvian side supports sanctions against the Russian Federation.

President, speaker, government officials honor memory of Chornobyl liquidators

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President Petro Poroshenko has laid flowers at the memorial of the liquidators of the Chornobyl disaster.

National low-cost airline SkyUp to start operating in April 2018

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The new national airline SkyUp will start operating in April 2018.

Canada should help Ukraine fight corruption - parliamentary report

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Canada should strengthen its cooperation with Ukraine in the fight against corruption.

U.S. sees humanitarian situation in Donbas as worst in past three years

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Washington is worried by the sharp deterioration of the humanitarian situation in Donbas due to the shelling by pro-Russian forces of a territory with civilian infrastructure facilities.

NSDC Secretary Turchynov visited NATO Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe

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Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (NSDC) Oleksandr Turchynov visited the NATO Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, where he held talks with the military leadership of the Alliance, the NSDC press service reports.

Parubiy: Ukraine counts on further deepening of cooperation with Latvia

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Ukraine counts on further deepening of mutually beneficial cooperation with Latvia at all levels.

Council of Europe calls on Russia to stop funding "LPR/DPR" militants

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The Committee on Migration of the Council of Europe calls on the Russian authorities to cease all financial and military support to the illegal armed groups in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, ensure the respect for human rights in Crimea and ensure unhindered access of the international organization...

PM Groysman: Ukraine’s GDP growth may exceed 3% in 2018

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Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman says that Ukraine’s GDP growth may exceed 3% in 2018.