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Scoop of the day: Ukraine to extend adaptive quarantine

Scoop of the day: Ukraine to extend adaptive quarantine


Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has told RBC-Ukraine that the adaptive quarantine in Ukraine, which was to last until 30 June, has proved its worth and will be extended until August.

On the morning of 10 May, Ukraine logged 2,817 new Covid-19 cases and 119 coronavirus-related fatalities.


After a two-month pause, the Ukrainian authorities are resuming their Ukraine 30 forums dedicated to issues important to the countries. The next one will focus on security and will be held on 11-13 May. It will be attended by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, some of the speakers are National Security and Defence Council Secretary Oleksiy Danilov, Defence Minister Andriy Taran, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov and others.

The coordinating group of the Antiterrorist Centre at the Security Service of Ukraine's (SBU) directorate in Lviv Region will hold an antiterrorist and countersabotage exercise in Lviv Region on 12-14 May 2021.

The Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine is considering blocking terrestrial TV signal from the occupied territories of Donbas and Crimea, its head Oleksandr Tkachenko has told Radio Liberty.

The SBU has detained a militant of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic who it said was trying to do reconnaissance along the line of contact, namely on the positions and strength of Ukrainian troops.

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