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Human Rights Commissioner: Eleven civilians killed in Donbas this year.

Since the beginning of 2020, 11 civilians have been killed in Donbas as a result of military actions of the Russian Federation. In total, since the beginning of the Russian aggression in Donbas, Ukraine has lost more than 13,000 citizens.

Eleven civilians killed in Donbas since beginning of 2020 – Denisova.

From the beginning of 2020, eleven civilians were killed in Donbas in the result of the shell attacks committed by the Russia-led armed groups, Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for Human Rights Liudmyla Denisova said.

Ukraine should conduct national forest inventory, PM Shmyhal says.

Shmyhal acknowledges illegal logging exists in Ukraine.

Belarus to take all sanitary-epidemiological measures during Third Ukraine-Belarus Forum of Regions – Belarusian ambassador.

Belarus hopes that the Third Forum of the Regions of Ukraine and Belarus in Grodno will be held in live mode on October 8-9 and will take all sanitary-epidemiological measures, logistics and law enforcement to conduct it, Ambassador of Belarus to ...

Parliament dismisses Smolii from post of NBU governor.

The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has dismissed Yakiv Smolii from the post of the Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine.

Ukraine at OSCE calls for sanctions over voting on amendments to Russian constitution in occupied territories.

Ukraine calls on international partners to respond, including through strengthening sanctions pressure, to the fact that Russia has forced residents of the occupied territories of Donbas and Crimea to take part in voting on amendments to the Russi...

Smolii on his resignation: It is a protest, a signal and a ‘red line’.

Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine Yakiv Smolii has stressed that his resignation is a caution and a warning against attempts to undermine the institutional foundations of the NBU.

Ukraine's parliament backs chief banker's exit

Smolii signed a letter of resignation on July 1.

Ex-NBU deputy governor demands full closure of Pysaruk-Bakhmatyuk case.

Oleksandr PysarukFormer Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Oleksandr Pysaruk welcomes the closure of the case against him and Oleg Bakhmatyuk, but considers it is fair if the case...

Ukraine to continue to participate in Treaty on Open Skies.

Ukraine, together with its NATO and EU member states partners, will continue to participate in the Treaty on Open Skies and implement it.

Russia’s constitutional changes to come into force on July 4th.

Measures include amendment that could allow Vladimir Putin to rule until 2036

Seizure of military equipment by Ukraine's SBI undermines combat readiness – Defense minister.

Taran said such actions could lead to a possible leak of classified information.

MH17 case: Dutch court holds tenth hearing

The tenth court hearing in the MH17 case began on Friday, July 3, at 13:30 local time at the Schiphol Judicial Complex in the Netherlands, according to Ukrinform's correspondent in The Hague.

NBU's low inflation policy is supported by vast majority of Ukrainians – survey.

Ukraine's inflation rate is acceptable to 94% of Ukrainians surveyed, while 88% of respondents are opposed to the ideas of politicians regarding the higher U.S. dollar rate in the country, and only 1% of citizens believe that the policy of the Nat...

China Military Exercises Will «Further Destabilise» South China Sea: US.

The Pentagon said it was "concerned" about Chinese military exercises around a disputed archipelago in the South China Sea, warning that the maneuvers will "further destabilise" the region.

Eleven Ukrainian regions not ready for quarantine easing – health minister.

Volyn, Zakarpattia, Lviv, Rivne regions are among them.

Kuleba: Lack of water in Crimea is consequence of Russia's actions.

The lack of water in the annexed Crimea is a consequence of actions of the Russian Federation as an occupying power, for which it is fully responsible. Ukraine will not supply water to the peninsula until it is de-occupied.

Court of Appeals keeps activist Sternenko under home arrest.

Kyiv Court of Appeals has upheld the ruling of Shevchenkivsky District Court of Kyiv to select a pre-trial restriction for activist Serhiy Sternenko in the form of a round-the-clock home arrest.

No economic expediency: Health official explains why Ukraine doesn't conduct mass COVID-19 testing.

He says each country develops testing algorithms based on their economic capabilities.

North Korean Gets Four Years In Prison For Attacking Russian Border Guards.

A court in Russia's far eastern city of Nakhodka on July 3 sentenced a North Korean citizen to four years in prison for attacking Russian border guards.

YES forum postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19 pandemic.

The 17th annual meeting of Yalta European Strategy (YES), scheduled for September 10-12, 2020, has been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, YES press service reported.

Liberal values in Russia swept aside in Putin’s power grab.

More than 200 amendments tighten Kremlin’s control over society in vote on new constitution

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Maronkova: Ukraine should carry out appropriate reforms on path towards NATO.

Ukraine should carry out appropriate reforms within the framework of Euro-Atlantic integration and on the path towards NATO membership.

Ukraine will need US$22 bln in 2021 to repay and service its sovereign debt.

The government plans to lower the budget deficit next year.

Kim Jong Un hails North Korea’s ‘shining success’ in handling coronavirus.

Outsiders widely doubt North Korea escaped the pandemic entirely, given its poor health infrastructure and close trade and travel ties to China, where the coronavirus emerged late last year.

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