Materials on 7 July 2017 year

  • Ukrainian railway operator Ukrzaliznytsya is set to convert cars for the Ukrainian army, the CEO of the state-owned company, Wojciech Balczun, said on 7 July. The railway chief said…
  • One Ukrainian soldier killed, one wounded in ATO The situation in the area of the antiterrorist operation in Donbas remains tense. Over the past day, militants on 25 occasions violated the ceasefire agreement by using mortars. One…
  • Every tenth Ukrainian PC hit by worm According to rough estimates, as many as 10 percent of private, government and corporate computers in Ukraine were compromised as a result of the hacker attack that occurred on June…
  • Expert: IMF's fifth tranche possible only without land reform The head of the analytical department of the investment company Concord Capital, Oleksandr Parashchiy, believes that Ukraine will receive the fifth tranche in September-October in…
  • PM advocates new program of cooperation with IMF Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman is convinced that a new program of cooperation would spur a more effective cooperation with the International Monetary Fund. "As a prime…
  • Economist: win-win time has passed for reforms The senior economist of the Center for Economic Strategy, Dmytro Yablonovskyy, believes that the International Monetary Fund will become increasingly difficult to implement as elections…
  • Washington will apparently appoint a special envoy to Ukraine, an informed source in diplomatic circles told LB.ua on 7 July. Kurt Volcker is a former US ambassador to NATO. Since…
  • SBU, PGO raid state-owned gas firm The Security Service and Prosecutor-General's Office raid the offices of a regional branch of the state gas extracting company Ukrgazvobycha. "Just yesterday we reported an increase…
  • G7 envoys call on Rada to adopt pension reform before recess The ambassadors of the G-7 countries (the United States, Italy, Germany, France, the UK, Canada and Japan) in Ukraine issued a statement calling on the Ukrainian parliament to adopt…
  • IMF ready to put land reform on backburner The International Monetary Fund has confirmed that it is ready to exclude land reform from the terms of granting the fifth tranche of the credit program, Reuters reported on Friday…