IMF issues recommendations to Ukraine to ensure continued cooperation

UNIAN

Further progress needs to be made on delayed measures, including in the energy sector and with regard to fiscal policy.

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Lavrov blames NATO for Russian aggression in Ukraine

UNIAN

Lavrov is convinced that now the Balkans might be drawn into this game as the Balkan states will be forced to make a choice: either they are with the West or with Russia.

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Lure of Polish riches leaves Ukraine bereft of workers – media

UNIAN

The attraction of – and for – Ukrainian workers is clear: their pay back home averages $265 a month, compared with $1,046 in Poland.

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Duda disappointed with outcome of Polish-Ukrainian talks

KyivPost

President of Poland Andrzej Duda is disappointed with the results of the talks between the Deputy Prime Ministers of Ukraine and Poland, Piotr Glinski and Pavlo Rosenko, in Warsaw on Feb.16. “I will not hide that I received the information from Warsaw with great sadness and disappointment, ...

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NATO Secretary General accuses Russia of unleashing new nuclear race – media

UNIAN

The NATO Secretary General says the INF Treaty is a "cornerstone of European security".

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Europe-Ukraine Forum to be held in Poland in March

UkrInform

The 11th Europe-Ukraine Forum “Association and What Next?” will be held in the city of Rzeszow, southeastern Poland, on March 13-14.

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Financial Times: IMF urges Ukraine to end delay over Anti-Corruption Court

KyivPost

The International Monetary Fund has urged Ukraine to end months of delay over the creation of an independent anti-corruption court seen as key to combating widespread graft in the country after a visit to Kyiv last week. Read more here. The post Financial Times: IMF urges Ukraine to end delay ove...

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Ukraine's statistics agency estimates Ukrainians' monthly earnings

UNIAN

The share of workers with wages from UAH 3,200 to UAH 6,000 in December 2017 was 43.8%.

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Merkel's party criticizes Gabriel's statement on easing sanctions against Russia

UNIAN

Rottgen said that until the Russian government implements Minsk agreements, any easing of sanctions will be an absolutely wrong signal.

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Lavrov says NATO provoked Russian aggression in Ukraine

UkrInform

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that NATO enlargement has led to a situation that he described as a "Ukrainian crisis."

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Week's milestones. Forced departure, counterattack in court, and anti-corruption turbulence in Odesa

UNIAN

Mikheil Saakashvili's experience shows that the readmission deal between Ukraine and EU is fully functioning. NSDC Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov battled in court a rather confident group of Viktor Yanukovych lawyers in a high-profile treason case against the former president. The situation in Don...

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Reuters: UN chief urges global rules for cyber warfare

KyivPost

LISBON – UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called on Feb.19 for global rules to minimize the impact of electronic warfare on civilians as massive cyber attacks look likely to become the first salvoes in future wars. Read more here. The post Reuters: UN chief urges global rules for cyber...

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Ukraine not to agree with militants on peacekeepers in Donbas - Yeliseyev

UkrInform

Ukraine will not engage in dialogue with representatives of the "DPR" and "LPR" groups regarding the deployment of a UN peacekeeping force to certain areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

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Ukrainian food producers present their goods at Gulfood 2018 in Dubai

UkrInform

Thirty-five Ukrainian producers present their goods at the Gulfood 2018 food trade show in Dubai.

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Ukraine reports 10 enemy attacks, 1 WIA in last day

UNIAN

Russian-led forces in eastern Ukraine continue to use mortars banned by the Minsk agreements.

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U.S. mulling more sanctions against Russia – Tillerson

UNIAN

The State Secretary did not elaborate on the list of possible targets of restrictions.

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Finland ready to join peacekeeping mission in Donbas

UNIAN

The conflict in Ukraine is Europe's biggest problem, according to the Finnish president.

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No shame

UNIAN

It has always been a mystery to me, how come the Ukrainian politicians are rarely concerned over potential reputational failures. The latest case is when an official, tarnished by his desire to snatch...

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Polish opposition preparing amendments to controversial law

UNIAN

There is no place for half-step events, we need a quick and united reaction, Schetyna‏ said.

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Officials obstructing business are Ukraine's enemies - Groysman

UkrInform

Ukraine needs to increase the flow of investment, and the main guarantee of this process is the creation of favorable conditions for doing business.

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