Ukraine notches its first Olympic gold in Pyeongchang

KyivPost

Ukrainian freestyle skier Oleksandr Abramenko has won Ukraine’s first gold medal at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games in South Korea. Abramenko, 29, beat the competition in the high-flying aerials event in men’s freestyle skiing on Feb. 18. The Ukrainian skier got a score of 128.51...

380

Protestors in 26 cities demand Poroshenko’s resignation

KyivPost

Thousands of protestors marched in central Kyiv on Feb. 18 to demand the resignation of President Petro Poroshenko. Simultaneously, protestors held demonstrations in 25 other Ukrainian cities in support of the same demand. In Kyiv, police estimated the number of protesters at 3,000, while the org...

50

Poroshenko enacts law on re-integration of Donbas

UNIAN

The law states that Russia shall be held liable for moral, financial or physical damage inflicted on the state of Ukraine, government authorities and local self-government agencies, individuals and legal entities.

36

Danish foreign minister says Ukraine should establish high anti-corruption court by July

KyivPost

In Kyiv on Feb. 21, Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen urged Ukraine to tackle corruption, including the establishment of an anti-corruption court by the time his nation hosts a Ukraine Reform Conference on June 27. Samuelson and Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo Klimkin held a joint press confer...

32

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.

20

"Evil resides in the Kremlin:" Russia wages World Hybrid War – Poroshenko in Munich

UNIAN

These activities are accompanied by massive militarization of the Russian regime.

19

Saakashvili put on Ukraine's stoplist until 2021

UNIAN

The ban on Saakashvili's entry is in force at any checkpoint on the Ukrainian border.

9

Turchynov: Yanukovych asked Putin to use troops in Ukraine before publication of letter at UN

KyivPost

Head of the Foreign Intelligence Service reported to acting Ukrainian President Oleksandr Turchynov about the preparation of voting at the Russian Federation Council on the use of troops in Ukraine, as well as the sending of a respective appeal from former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych to...

7

Ukraine and IMF: Critical point

UNIAN

Without external financial support, Ukraine will in the coming years not be able to pay back its debts. UNIAN clears up why the country's key creditor, the International Monetary Fund, insists on raising gas prices and creating an independent anti-corruption court in order to continue providing a...

7

Ukraine, Moldova resume political consultations at Foreign Ministry level

KyivPost

Kyiv and Chisinau have discussed the problematic issues of the Ukrainian-Moldovan relations, the Transdniester settlement, information security and cultural and humanitarian cooperation, the press service of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has reported. “In Kyiv, on February 15, 2018, Ukrain...

6

Ukraine’s banks lose $900 million in 2017; PrivatBank biggest loser among 82 banks

KyivPost

The banking sector of Ukraine in 2017 posted Hr 24.4 billion of net loss, according to a February survey of the banking sector posted on the website of the National Bank of Ukraine. According to the document, PrivatBank and two banks with Russian capital mainly saw the loss. In 2017, the number o...

6

VOA: Mueller charges lawyer with lying in Ukraine-related case

UNIAN

Mueller already has secured guilty pleas from former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn and one-time foreign affairs adviser George Papadopoulos for lying to investigators about their contacts with Russia.

5

New York Times: Trump blames Obama and Democrats for failing to stop Russian meddling

KyivPost

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — President Trump, in a series of angry and defiant tweets on Sunday morning, sought to shift the blame to Democrats for Russia’s virtual war to meddle in the 2016 election, saying that President Barack Obama had not done enough to stop the interference and denying that he h...

3

Bloomberg: Mueller files sealed new charges in Manafort, Gates case

UNIAN

The brief court document doesn't explain the nature of accusations.

3

Ukraine's Infrastructure Minister: Talks with Ryanair succeed, flights to start in autumn

UNIAN

Ukraine's Boryspil and Lviv airports will handle Ryanair flights.

3

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.

2

Foreign Ministry: Ukraine cannot fully satisfy Hungary's claims on language issue

UkrInform

Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister for European Integration Olena Zerkal states that Kyiv will not be able to meet all the interests and desires of the Hungarian national minorities on the language issue.

2

Groysman announces signing of agreement with General Electric

UkrInform

Stable development of business is the goal of the government economic reforms and the key source of investment attraction.

2

Russia's Gazprom stops invoicing Ukraine for gas supplied to occupied Donbas

UNIAN

Gazprom unilaterally decided to start supplying gas to eastern Ukraine in 2015.

2

NBU weakens official forex rate to UAH 26.99 to dollar

UNIAN

Hryvnia quotes against the euro settled at UAH 33.60/33.65, while those against the Russian ruble settled at UAH 0.4610/0.4620.

1