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Ukraine News Today Apr. 18, 2017: Deficit of Ukraine’s foreign trade in goods up to $336.5 mln in Feb 2017; Ukraine ranked 88th in The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2017; IMF offers recipe for Ukraine’s pension system

Deficit of Ukraine's foreign trade in goods up to $336.5 mln in Feb 2017 The deficit of Ukraine's foreign trade in goods in February 2017 was $336.5 million, while in the previous month $86.7 million, the State Statistics Service has said, according to

Ukraine Supports US Actions to Prevent Assad’s War Crimes in Future – President Poroshenko

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said this during a telephone conversation with US Vice President Mike Pence, who the President’s press secretary described as "good and very friendly", Joinfo.com reports with reference to Ukrainska Pravda. Poroshenko told Pence about the deterioration of the

Ukraine News Today Mar. 24, 2017: Militants launch 94 attacks in last day, 1 Ukrainian soldier killed, 3 wounded; Ukrainian media disclose name of ex-State Duma deputy Voronenkov’s assassin; Military engineers demining Balakliia town area after explosions

Militants launch 94 attacks in last day, 1 Ukrainian soldier killed, 3 wounded Russia's hybrid military forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in Donbas 94 times in the past 24 hours with one Ukrainian soldier killed and 3 wounded in action, according to the

Ukraine Central Bank introduces sanctions against ‘daughters’ of Russian banks

"The National Bank has developed Resolution No. 25, aimed at ensuring the implementation of sanctions applied to the banks specified in the decision of the National Security and Defense Council," NBU said in a statement, Joinfo.com reports with reference to Ukrainska

Ukraine News Today Mar. 18, 2017: Judge shoots at activists after alleged attack on him near his house in Kyiv; Militants launch 112 attacks, 4 soldiers killed, 3 wounded in last day in Donbas

Judge shoots at activists after alleged attack on him near his house in Ukraine capital – video Chairman of the Higher Council of Justice (HCJ) Ihor Benedysiuk has got involved in an incident with a shooting at activists of the Tradition and Order

Ukraine News Today Mar. 15, 2017: Ukraine halts all movement of goods across contact line in Donbas; Ryanair to launch 11 flights from Kyiv, Lviv in October; Militants transport Ukrainian coal from occupied Donbas to Russia

Ukraine halts all movement of goods across contact line in Donbas The National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine on Wednesday decided to stop the movement of goods across the line of demarcation in the zone of the Anti-Terrorist Operation, considering the earlier

Ukraine News Today Mar. 13, 2017: EU prolongs Russia sanctions for 6 months; Militants intensify shelling on Ukrainian troops; Wizz Air launches four new flights from Ukraine in summer

Fighting "non-stop": Defence Ministry on escalation in Donbas On Sunday, hostilities near the town of Avdiyivka lasted more than 10 hours, and on the eastern outskirts of Mariupol – around-the-clock, speaker for the ATO at Ukraine's Defense Ministry Andriy Lysenko told a briefing,

Ukraine News Today Mar. 10, 2017: Donbas blockade activists demand closing Russia’s Sberbank offices in Ukraine; OSCE mission reports deterioration of security situation in Donbas; Militants launched 80 attacks on Ukrainian troops, 5 soldiers wounded

Donbas blockade HQ gives two weeks to close Russia’s Sberbank in Ukraine If not, they threaten to “close it themselves" The headquarters Donbas blockade delivered an ultimatum to the Cabinet of Ministers to close all the offices of Russia’s Sberbank in Ukraine because of

Hearings on Ukraine vs. Russia case in Hague over, ruling expected before May

The UN International Court of Justice in The Hague has completed hearings on Ukraine's case against Russia. A court ruling is expected by the end of April, according to Ukrainian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, agent of Ukraine Olena Zerkal, Joinfo.com reports

Latvian court upholds confiscation of $26 million of Ukrainian oligarch Ivanyushchenko

The Latvian Court of Appeal upheld the first-instance court's decision regarding the special confiscation of $26 million owned by Yury Ivanyuschenko, the companion of the fugitive president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, Joinfo.com reports with reference to Ukrainska Pravda. In addition, the Ukraine’s