16:58 28.07.2014 PoliticsCriminal case opened against Yefremov
Social activists have secured the opening of a criminal case against Party of Regions faction leader Oleksandr Yefremov. Now he faces up to six years in prison for embezzling UAH 100 million in stat ...
16:28 28.07.2014 EconomyUkraine preparing personal sanctions against Russia
15:55 28.07.2014 Southeastern UkraineATO forces enter Shakhtarsk, Torez and Lutuhyne
15:14 28.07.2014 PoliticsYatseniuk again tables government-proposed bills in parliament
14:24 28.07.2014 Southeastern UkraineUN says downing of Boeing plane in eastern Ukraine is a war crime
12:58 28.07.2014 Southeastern UkrainePolish journalist Bjanka Zalewska in coma
Poland's former Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance and former Chairman of the National Bank of Poland, Professor Leszek Balcerowicz is one of the currently renowned Poles. He went down in history as the father of economic reforms of the late 1980s, which took Poland out of the bankrupt socialist market system into a democratic society. His opinion and recommendations are still listened to in Poland, Europe and the world. Balcerowicz is a regular participant in many international forums, has an active civic position, does not hide his views on the situation in Ukraine, which he shared in an exclusive interview with Ukrinform.
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- Chinese Foreign Ministry: China to play active role in peaceful settlement in Ukraine
Ukraine is better to buy natural gas in Western markets, even at a higher price than in Russia, but in any case not to finance the aggressor, member of the Kyiv Energy Club Q-Club, former presidential envoy on energy issues, Bohdan Sokolovsky said at a round table in Ukrinform on Thursday.
- EU sanctions touch Russia's raw nerve, expert believes
- US media: Putin is the biggest loser
KYIV, July 16 /Ukrinform/. Promoting the South Stream today, Russia has once again showed its cunning dwarf that is unbecoming to a reputable big state. As in the case with the Ukrainian Crimea, the Kremlin enjoys a transitional period in the European Union, speculating about unmet national interests to "pressurize and outpress" the necessary decisions in the energy sector by individual European governments.
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