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Ukraine's public and state-guaranteed debt fell by about UAH 17B in August.

In August 2020, Ukraine's total public and state-guaranteed debt in the national currency decreased by UAH 16.9 billion, to UAH 2,338.18 billion, the press service of the Ukrainian Finance Ministry reported.

Ukraine changes entry rules for foreigners

Foreign nationals may cross in only if they have valid health insurance.

Metinvest will buy back all 2021 eurobonds for $ 115.

Metinvest B.V. (the Netherlands), the parent company of the Metinvest mining and metallurgical group, will buy back all 2021 eurobonds previously issued by the company for $ 115.3 million and part of 2023 eurobonds for $ 193.2 million, according t...

Zelenskyi: Ukraine's movement towards EU even more relevant than before.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi emphasizes that today Ukraine's movement towards the European Union is even more relevant than before.

Deputy FM: UN reports on human rights situation in occupied Crimea and Donbas should be impartial.

The human rights situation in Ukraine, especially in its temporarily occupied territories, should be fully and impartially reflected in the reports of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.

At Least 14 Civilians Killed By Roadside Bomb In Central Afghanistan.

Afghan officials say a roadside bomb has killed at least 14 civilians in the central province of Daikundi, as violence continues across the country despite ongoing peace talks between Taliban militants and the Afghan government in Qatar.

Kyiv mayor reports 416 new COVID-19 cases, four fatalities in past day.

The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the city stands at 22,559.

Global stocks mixed ahead of 1st debate between Trump, Biden.

Markets are watching the November election's impact on tax policy and how long it might take to determine the winner.

Hungary's Orban Wants EU Vice President To Resign Over 'Derogatory' Comments.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has called for the resignation of European Commission Vice President Vera Jourova over what he described as her "derogatory public statements" about democracy in Hungary.

US election: Everything you need to know about Tuesday’s presidential debate.

When is it, where is it and what can we expect from the first Trump-Biden clash?

Rada adopts at first reading bill banning sale of e-cigarettes to minors.

The Verkhovna Rada adopted at first reading a government bill banning the sale of electronic cigarettes to persons under the age of 18, at the same level as traditional tobacco products.

Share of renewable generation doubles in Jan-Aug

Electricity generation by wind farms, PV systems, and biomass facilities grew by 120.2%.

Dzheppar briefs UN High Commissioner on real situation with water supply to Crimea.

During an online meeting, First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Emine Dzheppar has informed United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet about the real situation with regard to water supply to the temporarily occupied Cri...

Countries call for cease-fire as tensions mount between Armenia, Azerbaijan.

The fighting, which continued for a third day, prompted calls to end the hostilities from around the world.

Judge to decide whether to drop criminal case against Trump’s former adviser Michael Flynn.

A federal judge on Tuesday will weigh whether to grant a request by the Justice Department to dismiss a criminal charge against President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

Zelensky: Ukraine's movement towards EU even more relevant than before.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky emphasizes that today Ukraine's movement towards the European Union is even more relevant than before.

Elections in Berdiansk Under Threat of Disruption

On Tuesday, September 29, at 15.00, the Interfax-Ukraine News Agency's press center will host a press conference entitled "Massive Violations of Electoral Legislation by Territorial Commission in Zaporizhia Region. Elections in Berdiansk Under Thr...

Mission of Ukraine to NATO to introduce electronic exchange of classified documents between Ukraine, Alliance – Mission's acting head.

The Mission of Ukraine to NATO is working on the implementation of a project to introduce electronic exchange of classified documents between Ukraine and the North Atlantic Alliance, Acting Head of Ukraine's Mission to NATO Heorhiy Tolkachov said.

Without water: Occupied Crimea turning into a desert.

The Russian-occupied Crimea has been struggling without the Dnieper water as local ponds and rivers are drying up, as well as major reservoirs. Amid the unfolding disaster, occupation authorities put blame on Ukraine, while pursuing response initi...

Ukraine increases fish and crustacean exports

In January-July 2020, Ukraine’s fish and crustacean exports grew by 23.3% compared with the same period last year, up to over $18.7 million, the press service of the Ukrainian State Agency of Fisheries reports referring to data provided by the Sta...

Wage arrears across country exceed US$120.8 mln

Economically active enterprises saw their wage arrears up to UAH 2.198 billion (US$77.6 million), which is 0.8% more than reported on August 1.

Zakarpattia region receives UAH 3.8M in tourist tax payments

In January-August 2020, Zakarpattia region received UAH 3.8 million in tourist tax payments, according to the Main Department of the State Tax Service of Zakarpattia region.

Energy Ministry planning to allocate UAH 150M for energy efficiency loans.

The Energy Ministry recommends that UAH 150 million be envisaged for the program of energy efficiency loans in the state budget for 2020, according to the ministry’s press service.

Two Belarusians Who Brawled With Police At Rally Jailed.

A court in Belarus has sentenced two men to lengthy prison terms for brawling with police during a rally supporting the registration of candidates to face off against Alyaksandr Lukashenka in last month's disputed presidential election.

Servant of People faction plans to hold meeting in Donbas – Arakhamia.

The Servant of the People parliamentary faction plans to hold a visiting session in Donbas, the faction's leader David Arakhamia said.

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