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      IMF Praises Ukraine’s Adoption Of Legislation On Banking, Land Reforms
      Apr04

      IMF Praises Ukraine’s Adoption Of Legislation On Banking, Land Reforms

      The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has praised the Ukrainian parliament’s adoption of legislation on banking and land reforms that could unlock billions of dollars in loans. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Ukrainian City Digs Mass Graves For Potential Coronavirus Victims
      Apr04

      Ukrainian City Digs Mass Graves For Potential Coronavirus Victims

      Caretakers of public cemeteries in Dnipro, a city in southeastern Ukraine, have been ordered to dig 600 graves and thousands of body bags have been preordered for potential coronavirus victims. Bulldozers could be seen working for days in several of Dnipro’s cemeteries. City authorities told Current Time they wanted to be prepared in...

      Trump Fires Intelligence Official Involved In Impeachment Probe
      Apr04

      Trump Fires Intelligence Official Involved In Impeachment Probe

      U.S. President Donald Trump has fired the intelligence official who handled the whistle-blower complaint involving aid to Ukraine that triggered Trump’s impeachment. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Ukraine Says It Uncovered Spy Channel Between Naval Officer, Russia’s FSB
      Apr01

      Ukraine Says It Uncovered Spy Channel Between Naval Officer, Russia’s FSB

      Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU) says it has breached an espionage communication channel between a high-ranking Ukrainian naval officer and staff from Russia’s main spy agency, the FSB, in the Russian-occupied Crimean Peninsula. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Ukraine Dusts Off Ventilator Designs Found In Soviet-Era Factory
      Mar31

      Ukraine Dusts Off Ventilator Designs Found In Soviet-Era Factory

      As the coronavirus pandemic spreads, Ukraine has salvaged medical ventilator designs that lay forgotten for years in an unused military factory. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Donbas Development: Will ‘Advisory Council’ Unlock Door To Direct Talks Between Kyiv and Russia-Backed Separatists?
      Mar30

      Donbas Development: Will ‘Advisory Council’ Unlock Door To Direct Talks Between Kyiv and Russia-Backed Separatists?

      Since the war in eastern Ukraine began in 2014, Kyiv has refused to hold direct talks with the Russia-backed separatists, arguing it would play into Moscow’s hands by lending legitimacy to its proxy forces. Now, things may have changed with a plan to create an “advisory council” that would include seats for the separatists....

      EU Pledges Financial Support For Eastern Partnership Members
      Mar30

      EU Pledges Financial Support For Eastern Partnership Members

      The European Commission says it has reallocated more than 140 million euros ($154.4 million) to help Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine in their fight against the coronavirus pandemic. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Ukrainian Lawmakers Fire Finance, Health Ministers, Fail To Approve Replacements
      Mar30

      Ukrainian Lawmakers Fire Finance, Health Ministers, Fail To Approve Replacements

      Ukraine’s parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, has approved the firing of Finance Minister Ihor Umanskiy and Health Minister Illya Yemets just weeks into their mandates, but failed to approve new candidates to the posts. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Ukraine’s Parliament To Hold Special Session On IMF Bills Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
      Mar30

      Ukraine’s Parliament To Hold Special Session On IMF Bills Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

      Ukraine’s parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, has scheduled an extraordinary session for the afternoon of March 30 to adopt legislation that would protect the eastern European country during the COVID-19 pandemic. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Pray For Rain: Crimea’s Dry-Up A Headache For Moscow, Dilemma For Kyiv
      Mar29

      Pray For Rain: Crimea’s Dry-Up A Headache For Moscow, Dilemma For Kyiv

      After Russia cut Crimea off from the rest of Ukraine by seizing control in 2014, Kyiv cut off the water supply with the grand-scale equivalent of a twist of the wrist. Now Moscow is scrambling to supply water to the desiccated peninsula and its people, and Kyiv is wondering whether to turn the taps back on. …read more Source:: Radio Free...