White House unblocks $391.5 million defense aid to Ukraine

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The United States President Donald J. Trump’s administration has unblocked allocating $250 million on defense aid for Ukraine following weeks in opposition to congresspersons advocating the support of Kyiv amid Russian aggression, the military news media outlet Defense News reported on Sept...

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Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky wanted to reach a settlement with former owner of the country’s largest bank, PrivatBank, Financial Times newspaper quoted Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk as saying. Read more here. The post Reuters: Zelensky seeks settlement with former Privatban...

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Valeriya Gontareva’s house near Kyiv in the village of Horenychi was burned down on Tuesday night as a result of arson, the former head of the National Bank of Ukraine has stated. “Dear colleagues, our house near Kyiv in the village of Horenychi has just been burned down. They threw a...

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1 Ukrainian soldier killed, 2 injured in Donbas over past day

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One soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was killed when performing a combat mission and two military men were injured in Donbas since the beginning of the current day, while occupation forces 23 times violated the ceasefire, the press center of the headquarters of the Joint Forces Operation (J...