On December 4, 2019 the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted its Resolution #995 "On Establishment of Certain Central Executive Bodies", which will enter into force starting January 1, 2020.. According to the CMU Resolution, the State Agency of Tourism Development of Ukraine is established as a central executive body the activity of which is guided and coordinated by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine through the Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports of Ukraine. The main objective of the Agency is to implement the state policy in the sphere of tourism and resorts (except state supervision (control) in the sphere).. The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine welcomes this decision of the Government. We would like to thank the Co-Chairs of the Chamber Hospitality & Tourism Committee: Maryna Rymarenko, Senator Hotels and Apartments​, Volkan Amac, Hilton Kyiv, and Vera Artiushevska, Hertz International/Discover the World Ukraine, as well as all active Committees members for the expert ...
The High Court of London bound Ukraine to pay 2.8 mln pounds sterling to Russia as the compensation of legal costs, the Russian Finance Ministry said on Wednesday.. "The High Court of London bound Ukraine to compensate a portion of costs related to legal proceedings to Russia in the amount of 2.8 mln pounds sterling, with 50% to be paid by the debtor at the latest of September 20, 2017," the ministry said.. The Court was more specific about its verdict of March 29, 2017 made in favor of Russia in the claim against Ukraine on $3 bln debt. The Court bound Ukraine to pay to Russia the par value of Eurobonds worth $3 bln, the coupon payment of $75 mln and penalty interests on these amounts. Russia bought Ukrainian Eurobonds worth $3 bln in December 2013 at the expense of resources from the National Wealth Fund. Ukraine defaulted on Eurobonds in December 2015.. "The Court bound Ukraine to pay to Russia the par value of bonds in the amount of $3 bln, the amount of outstanding coupon payment of $75 mln ...
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Historically, one people lives in Russia and Ukraine, which is now divided, Russian Security Council secretary Nikolai Patrushev said.. "The Ukrainians are now being convinced that the Russians are their deep-rooted enemies. In Ukraine like in fascist Germany, a far right nationalist ideology is being reinforced. The young people are educated through textbooks saying that the whole history of Ukraine is a history of the fight for independence from Russia," Patrushev said.. "The US and the European Union staged a state coup in Ukraine, which brought to power forces conducting anti-national and anti-Russian policy. Kiev continues to escalate tensions by disrupting bilateral trade and economic ties, halting flights to Russia, cutting energy supplies to Crimea and undermining humanitarian ties between two people, placing a stake on a military solution to the intrastate contradictions," he noted.. "The vector of development chosen by Kiev has put Ukraine under external control. The country is losing ...
1974 1977 Junior Research Scientist, Department of Genetics of Microorganisms, IMV NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine 1977 1983 Junior Research Scientist, Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics (IMBG), NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine 1983 1987 Senior Research Scientist, IMBG NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine 1987 1998 Head of the Laboratory of Oligonucleotides Biochemistry, IMBG NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine since 2004 Head of the Laboratory of Molecular Pharmacology, IMBG NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine 1991 1992 Advisor to the Verhovna Rada of Ukraine 1992 1993 Advisor to the Prime-minister of Ukraine 1993 1994 Advisor to the President of Ukraine 1995 1996 Advisor to the Speaker of Ukraine 1996 1997 Advisor to the Prime-minister of Ukraine. ...
For more news and videos visit ☛ http://english.ntdtv.comFollow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevisionAdd us on Facebook ☛ http://facebook.com/NTDTelevisionIn Ukraine high-quality drinking water is hard to find and there is less every year. Environmentalists are calling for action, reminding Ukrainians of the alarming rates of water pollution.Despite the large number of rivers, Ukraine is one of the most water deficit countries in Europe. Each year the rivers are becoming increasingly polluted.[Vasiliy Shevchuk, Former Minister of the Environment]:88% of the rivers in Ukraine are in a catastrophic state. And, unfortunately, the over-use of rivers, and damage to the river banks leads to the rivers being unable to cleanse themselves [of pollution].Over the past decade, almost 20,000 small rivers in Ukraine disappeared. At present, the total number of rivers in the country is around 73 thousand.Environmentalists say they estimate almost one in ten Ukrainians have access to polluted
Kyiv, 24 October 2016 - Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Pavlo Rozenko, representatives of the Ukrainian Government and the Presidential Administration have expressed their commitment to restore the routine immunization programme in Ukraine.. Speaking at a high-level roundtable on immunization, organized by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine and UNICEF on the occasion of World Polio Day, Vice Prime Minister Rozenko said: "Evidence-based medicine confirms the effectiveness of vaccines to prevent diseases such as polio, tetanus or whooping cough. Increasing the rates of immunization coverage is an important task and a priority of the government and a matter of national security.". Ukraine currently has the lowest routine immunization rates in the world. According to the Ministry of Health data, only 30 percent of children in Ukraine were fully immunized against measles, only 10 percent against hepatitis B, and only 3 percent against diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus, as of August 2016. Moreover, only ...
DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) - Residents of separatist-controlled regions in eastern Ukraine who have Russian citizenship are travelling to Russia to vote on constitutional amendments that would allow President Vladimir Putin to remain in power until 2036. Authorities of the self-proclaimed Luhansk and Donetsk Peoples Republics have organized bus services to polling stations in the neighboring Rostov region in Russia, in what is seen by many as part of the widespread effort to boost turnout at the controversial plebiscite. On Friday morning, dozens of people gathered at a bus station in Donetsk, a rebel-controlled city in eastern Ukraine, waiting to get on a bus to Russia. Some of the voters told The Associated Press that the constitutional changes would boost the powers of the Russian authorities and bring peace to the separatist region in eastern Ukraine. Others expressed hope that the changes would allow separatist republics to become part of Russia. Polls opened in Russia last Thursday for a ...
Most of its territory lies within the Great European Plain, while parts of western regions and southern regions lay within the Alpine system. In general Ukraine comprises two different biomes: mixed forest towards the middle of continent and steppe towards the Black Sea littoral. Major provinces include, Polesian Lowland, Dnieper Lowland, Volhynia-Podolie Plateau, Black Sea-Azov Lowland, Donets-Azov Plateau, Central Russian Upland, Carpathians, and Pannonian Basin. The western regions feature alpine-like section of Carpathian Mountains, the Eastern Carpathians that stretches across Poland, Ukraine and Romania. The highest peak is Hoverla, which is 2,061 metres (6,762 ft) tall. Mountains are limited to the west, the southern tip of Ukraine on the Sea of Azov. The western region has the Carpathian Mountains, and some eroded mountains from the Donets Ridge are in the east near the Sea of Azov. The highest elevation in Ukraine is located at the peak of Mount Hoverla which is 2,061 meters (6,762 ft) ...
This article is about the current situation of Health in Ukraine. Ukraine is considered to be in a demographic crisis due to its high death rate and a low birth rate. The current Ukrainian birth rate is 11 births/1,000 population, and the death rate is 16.3 deaths/1,000 population. A factor contributing to the relatively high death is a high mortality rate among working-age males from preventable causes such as alcohol poisoning and smoking. In 2008, the countrys population was one of the fastest declining in the world at -5% growth. The UN warned that Ukraines population could fall by as much as 10 million by 2050 if trends did not improve. The crumbling poorly financed healthcare system and rumours that children have fallen ill or even died after being immunised have led to a very poor vaccination rate. In August 2016, 30% of children in Ukraine were fully immunized against measles, 10%, against hepatitis B, and 3% of against diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus. At the time Ukraine had the ...
A woman gets a professional haircut at New Day. © Maks Levin/UNFPA. "In Ukraine, like everywhere, gender-based violence is grossly under-reported, which makes it more difficult to fully comprehend the magnitude of the epidemic," said Ekaterina Kristesashvili, a UNFPA expert on gender-based violence in Ukraine. "But we see that... the conflict has severely undermined mens ability to fill their traditional gender roles, such as providers and protectors of the family, particularly among displaced and military families. This has led to a breakdown of family support systems, which increases the caregivers reliance on negative coping strategies, such as perpetrating domestic violence, neglect and alcohol abuse.". Women in conflict zones may also face a heightened risk of HIV transmission, with displaced women increasingly vulnerable to sex trafficking. According to 2014 data from UNAIDS, Ukraine has one of the highest HIV/AIDS prevalence rates in Europe and Central Asia, and the majority of new ...
There is no dedicated Marine Biotechnology Strategy or Policy in Ukraine at this stage (end of 2012). Ukraine Science and Technology Policy for the years 2010-2020 falls under the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and is described in the Law of Ukraine On priority directions of development of science and technique". The marine research component of this Policy/Strategy is further developed in Part 5.6 "Science &Technology and Innovative Policy» and Part 3.1.6. "Realization of state policy in the sphere of protection and expedient exploitation of water resources". ...
Washington Mulls Supplying Ukraine With Lethal Weapons - US Defense Secretary RT - August 24, 2017: The US is considering supplying lethal arms to Ukraine, US Defense Secretary James Mattis has stated during a visit to Kiev. Washington has also agreed to supply Ukraine with an additional $175 million worth of equipment.. "I would also point out that on defensive lethal weapons - we are actively reviewing it," Mattis said at a news conference alongside Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Thursday.. "I will go back now having seen the current situation and be able to inform the secretary of state and the president on the specific terms what I recommend for the direction ahead," he added.. The Pentagon chief also said that Washington had recently decided to supply Ukraine with more than $175 million worth of equipment.. "For example, we have just approved, just very recently, last couple of weeks, another $175 million worth of equipment, including some specialized equipment that can be used to ...
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1972 1975 Engineer, Junior Research Scientist, B. Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, NASU, Kharkiv, Ukraine 1975 1978 Postgraduate Student, IMBG NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine 1978 1987 Junior Research Scientist, Senior Research Scientist, Department of Structure and Functions of Nucleic Acid, IMBG NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine 1982 2004 Professor, Department of Molecular Biology, Faculty of Biology, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine 1987 2000 Deputy Head of the Department, Group Leader, Department of Structure and Function of Nucleic Acids, IMBG NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine Since 2001 Head of the Department of Protein Engineering, IMBG NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine Since 2008 Professor, Head of the Division of Molecular Biology, Biophysics and Biotechnology, Institute of High Technologies, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine. ...
pagebanner,Ukraine banner.jpg}}{{warningbox, There are risks of traveling to occupied by Russia parts of Ukraine (Luhansk, Donetsk and Crimean regions) where Ukrainian government currently has no jurisdiction. While tourists are unlikely to be the intended targets of violence, government services (police, hospitals, firefighters) are not available in these areas. It also best to avoid travel close to the borders with the troubled provinces Donetsk and Crimea. Crossing into Russia from the stable Northeast is not recommended. Travelling to Chernobyl and the whole radiation zone which includes the ghost city of Pripyat should at all costs only be done with tours. Travelling there without a tour is forbidden. Stay with your tour group at all times. Wandering off or travelling without a tour can result in radiation, which can cause very harmful illnesses and death or coma. ,australia=http://smartraveller.gov.au/zw-cgi/view/Advice/Ukraine ...
The WHO Country Office in Ukraine was established in June 1994 in Kyiv to maintain an effective link between WHO/Europe and Ukraine. In addition, the Country Office aided the development of effective international cooperation in the field of health with widespread involvement of the international community. The Office is the focal point for WHO activities in Ukraine. The country team consists of 25 staff members, including 15 experts in the fields of HIV/AIDS, immunization and vaccine preventable diseases, maternal and child health, noncommunicable diseases, tobacco control, tuberculosis, communications and IT.. Read more ...
On the Ukraine crisis, Orlov thinks, "The Crimea referendum was the first legal way to find out what the people wanted to do. The turnout was remarkable, and they voted overwhelmingly to rejoin Russia, to become part of Russia once again. The interesting thing here is it was not just the Russians that voted to join Russia but the Ukrainians in Crimea, which makes a sizable part of the population voted to join Russia. . . Ukraine is composed of sort of a no mans land in the West and then Russian territories in the East. . . . If that trend holds, you are basically left with this insolvent nugget of nothingness, and it will be up to the international community to decide what to do with these people. They are right now marching around Kiev with baseball bats and going into government offices and beating up members of local government and installing their own members. They are basically running amok. They dont even have the support of the Ukrainian military at this point. So, it will be a mop-up ...
SAMANTHA POWER ( United States) said the hard-negotiated joint declaration issued on 17 April had laid out concrete steps toward de-escalating the situation in Ukraine, and had offered a moment of hope. Since then, Ukraine authorities had been faithfully fulfilling their commitments. The same could not be said of the Russian Federation. Pro-Russian groups in the streets of Donetsk and other cities were sharply undermining law and order. Those were not peaceful protests, but well-orchestrated campaigns. Forty people had been taken hostage by pro-Russian groups, including OSCE inspectors. Her country joined other responsible Governments in condemning those acts, calling for the immediate and unconditional release of those detained. Since 17 April, Ukraine admirably implemented the agreement, voluntarily offering truce over the Easter holidays, publicly committing itself to far-reaching constitutional reform, and promising to protect Russian-speaking populations. It would also grant amnesty to ...
Downloadable! Ukraine has the potential to be a very wealthy country. It has a well-educated workforce, some of the best agricultural land in the world, an enviable supply of hydrocarbons and minerals, and a relatively well-developed infrastructure. Despite these advantages, however, Ukraines per capita income remains low. Using a cross-country stochastic-frontier framework, this paper argues that Ukraines failure to tap its full potential is mainly a result of its market-unfriendly institutional base. With an inherited Soviet framework that is ill suited to the needs of a market economy, Ukraine has been slow to establish the institutions needed to use its resources efficiently. The paper provides a quantitative guide to the benefits, in terms of potential output, of further structural reform. Looking forward, the study finds that durable growth in Ukraine will depend primarily on the authorities ability to implement their ambitious reform agenda, and thereby to help secure the basic foundations of
The leaders of Russia and Ukraine will meet on Monday for talks on the conflict in east Ukraine, in what could be a step forward in ending Europe's only active war. The summit in Paris will mark the first time Russia's Vladimir Putin meets face-to-face with Ukraine's new comedian-turned-president
Child Labour. According to Ukraine MICS 2012, the percentage of children of 5-14 years of age involved in different forms of child labour in Ukraine is 2.4, which is basically due to the engagement of children aged 5-11, who are involved in labour activities at least 1 hour a day. Child discipline. In Ukraine, 61.2% of children aged 2-14 years were subjected to at least one form of psychological or physical punishment by an adult in the household during the past month preceding the survey. 1.0% of children were subjected to severe physical punishment. Percentage of children aged 2-14 years subjected to any violent discipline method, by sex. ...
Despite the current import levy on chicken breast fillet, Brazil and now also Ukraine can be competitive at the EU market at this moment. The offer price of breast fillet in 2015 of Brazil and Ukraine was equal to or lower than the average EU price. In a scenario with 50% lower import levies and 10% lower exchange rate all countries in the study (Brazil, Ukraine and also Thailand, Argentina, the USA, and Russia) have a lower offer price for breast fillet compared to the EU poultry meat industry. This shows the report of Wageningen Economic Research examining how lowering import levies impacts the competitiveness of the EU poultry industry.
Ukraine and the European Commission have agreed on joint measures to prevent the spread of African Swine Fever in the territory of Ukraine and the European Union, according to a report of the State Veterinary and Phytosanitary Service of Ukraine.
Quality health-care centers are at a premium in Ukraine - especially those which treat patients with the loving care offered at the Luke Society Transcarpathia.. Dr. Pal Oroszi serves as director of the clinic in Munkacs which opened in 1997 and underwent a major clinic renovation in 2000.. Luke Society Transcarpathia is anything but a typical health-care facility in Ukraine. Many of the government facilities lack the medical knowledge, equipment and sanitary conditions offered though the Luke Society clinic.. The lack of affordability of government clinics and their distant proximities become a deterrent for many. Ukraine has no health-care insurance coverage so patients must pay the full cost out of pocket. The Luke Society Transcarpathia is committed to keeping costs affordable.. Modern health-care equipment such as mammograms, X-rays and CT scans are available at the clinic, which reaches past the physical needs of patients to offer comfort and spiritual healing as well.. Read more about Dr. ...
Quality health-care centers are at a premium in Ukraine - especially those which treat patients with the loving care offered at the Luke Society Transcarpathia.. Dr. Pal Oroszi serves as director of the clinic in Munkacs which opened in 1997 and underwent a major clinic renovation in 2000.. Luke Society Transcarpathia is anything but a typical health-care facility in Ukraine. Many of the government facilities lack the medical knowledge, equipment and sanitary conditions offered though the Luke Society clinic.. The lack of affordability of government clinics and their distant proximities become a deterrent for many. Ukraine has no health-care insurance coverage so patients must pay the full cost out of pocket. The Luke Society Transcarpathia is committed to keeping costs affordable.. Modern health-care equipment such as mammograms, X-rays and CT scans are available at the clinic, which reaches past the physical needs of patients to offer comfort and spiritual healing as well.. Read more about Dr. ...
in which European Plant Scientists express their disappointment on the ruling which classifies plants obtained by recent techniques such as CRISPR-Cas9-mediated genome editing as GMO that are subject to extensive pre-market risk evaluations. It is contrary to scientific evidence and as it stands now, it very likely will prevent the use in Europe of such technologies to address food and nutritional security and a more positive impact of agriculture on the environment. EPSO offers to collaborate with policy makers to develop an appropriate regulation addressing the issue of product of NBTs differs from those achieved with other breeding approaches to balance potential benefits and risks.. Court decision ...
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The crisis in Ukraine appears to be over. Not that Ukraine itself is cruising toward democracy and prosperity. That road is littered with obstacles: Th ...
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Your just a fool if you parrot what thsee lies of putin media without checking. Even a Google search tells you where NGOS spent money in Ukraine but I do agree it could be a threat to Russia improving the lives of Ukrainians make them realize how corrupt Russia is. And heres why if Ukraine turned around it economy like Poland improved education and Healthcare people would expect Putin to do the same in Russia and he not have that can he ...
The U.N. Security Council met in an open, televised session for about a half hour on Saturday afternoon after closed-door consultations, despite initial objections from Russia to an open session. The council heard speeches from a U.N. deputy secretary-general and several ambassadors, but did not take any action. Ukraines Ambassador to the U.N. Yuriy Sergeyev asked the Security Council to do everything possible now to stop what he called Russian aggression. Russias U.N. ambassador, Vitaly Churkin, said the government in Kiev needs to get away from radicals and warned, such actions theyre taking could lead to very difficult developments, which the Russian Federation is trying to avoid. He said Russia was intervening at the request of pro-Russian authorities in the autonomous Crimea region that is part of Ukraine. Calling the situation in Ukraine as dangerous as it is destabilizing, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power said, It is time for the Russian military intervention in
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Mr. President, tomorrow we are going to have an opportunity to vote on S. 2124, and I am pleased to learn that it looks as if there is going to be overwhelming support in the Senate for the passage of S. 2124. This is the legislation that helps Ukraine in dealing with the invasion by Russia. Russias illegal actions of using its military to overtake Crimea, a part of Ukraine, violate numerous international obligations that Russia has committed to.
Russia has invaded the Crimean peninsula of Ukraine and taken over its civilian and military infrastructure. Not a shot has been fired so far, but Russia is using its superior force to intimidate Ukrainian troops in an attempt to get them to surrender ...
* Frosts too hard for Ukrainian grain crops* Cold snap sustained in Russias south* Ukraine has snow layer on 60 pct of land* AgMin mulls wheat export limits* Russias Novorossiisk confirms loading resumed (Adds Russian crop weather, Novorossiisk loadings resumed)By Pavel PolityukKIEV, Feb 9 (Reuters) - A fierce cold spell has killedmost of the winter barley and winter rapeseed crops andseriously damaged wheat in Ukraines eastern and southernregions, while threatening winter crops and slowing exports inRussia.We have written them off, Tetyana Adamenko, head of theagricultural department of Ukraines meteorological service,told Reuters, referring to barley and rapeseed winter crops.In Ukraine and parts of Russias south, crops lacked a deepenough layer of snow to protect them from temperatures of aboutminus 25 Celsius (-13 Fahrenheit).Russias state forecaster, the Hydrometeorological Centre,said on Thursday Russias south would continue to face extremefrosts in the coming days, with temperatures 12
KIEV, Ukraine -- Ukraines opposition leader Yuriy Lutsenko has been released from intensive care after sustaining concussion during protests which turned violent in Kiev. A few hundred pro-European Union demonstrators protested outside a court after the sentencing of three men to six years in prison over a plot to blow up a statue of Soviet founder Lenin in 2011. Ruling party lawmaker Yuriy Polyachenko, who visited the hospital, said Mr Lutsenko had been transferred out of intensive care and was "in a stable condition". "Doctors have noted a concussion," he added. Mr Lutsenkos wife Irina said her husband had suffered concussion and head injuries after being attacked by police while he was trying to break up the clashes. The spokeswoman for Mr Lutsenko, Larisa Sargan told the online edition of Kievs Segodnya daily he lost consciousness several times on his way to hospital after recieving "about 10 blows to the head". Ukrainian television showed several protesters being carried by stretcher to ...
Title: Determination of (129)I and (127)I concentration in soil samples from the Chernobyl 30-km zone by AMS and ICP-MS.. Author: Sahoo, Sarata Kumar / Muramatsu, Yasuyuki / Yoshida, Satoshi / Matsuzaki, Hiroyuki / Rühm, Werner. Reference: Journal of radiation research, 50 (4), p.325-332, Jul 2009. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1269/jrr.08118. Keywords: Chernobyl Soil, 129I, AMS, ICPMS, Iodine. Abstract: A large amount of radioiodine isotopes (mainly (131)I, t(1/2) = 8 days) was released from the accident at Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (CNPP) in April-May 1986. An increase in childhood-thyroid cancer in the contaminated areas in Belarus, Russia and the Ukraine was demonstrated to be caused by radioiodine released at the time of the accident. However, there is a lack of quantitative data on the (131)I levels in the local environment (e.g. air, plant, soil). At this point, a long-lived iodine isotope, (129)I (t(1/2) = 15.7 million years), also released with a certain ratio to (131)I from CNPP, ...
The preparatory program is the first mandatory program for all courses to be taught in either Ukrainian or Russian language, for international students without basic understanding of the teaching language.. Therefore, international students planning to enroll into a graduate or a postgraduate program for any course to be taught in the local language but lack the requisite knowledge of the language, must first go through the preparatory program.. At the end of a successful preparatory program, the student is issued a certificate of proficiency for the studied language. The certificate enables the student to enroll into any university in Ukraine, and study a degree program of choice that is taught in the newly acquired language.. ...
Key Points Peace talks were held between Russia and Ukraine in Minsk on 26 August, although little progress was made in finding a solution to the conflict in eastern Ukraine, as separatist fighters apparently launched a new offensive towards the city of Mariupol. The poor organisation, logistics,
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Participants include representatives of ministries, Ukraines State service for food safety and consumer protection, producer associations, and agribusiness, along with national and international trade experts. It is the first event on fruit export issues convened by FAO under a project on technical assistance to Ukraines Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food. It will be followed by a workshop next week in Lviv on benefitting from application of the autonomous trade preferences for Ukraine, and from the recent signing of the EU-Ukraine Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area agreement.. The agreement - together with competitive prices and cheaper and shorter logistics than competing South American and African countries - creates real opportunity for Ukraine to increase its exports to the EU.. However, this will require compliance with the EU trade rules and application of specific market standards for packing and marketing practices.. To support the countrys efforts at greater integration with ...
UKRAINE - The first consignment of poultry meat was shipped from Ukraine to the European Union at the end of October 2013 and egg exports are expected to start in December.
Cancer in Ukraine 2009-2010, Incidence, mortality, activities of oncological service, Bulletin of National Cancer Registry of Ukraine No. ...
The top US diplomat in Ukraine told Congress Wednesday of a previously unknown conversation President Donald Trump had the day after his phone call with the Ukrainian President, in which Trump asked the US ambassador to the European Union about Ukraine opening investigations that would help him politically.
The main objective of the National Academic Dance Ensemble of Ukraine named after P. Virsky is collecting, studying and preserving national traditions, customs and ceremonies of the Ukrainian people, and creating on this basis folk dances and other choreographic from the past and present Ukrainian life. Today the ensemble is in the prime of its […]
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) - When the time came to vaccinate her 4-year-old daughter, Yelena Hlushko hesitated, spooked by widespread fears in Ukraine about vaccines and by a boil her older child developed after an immunization shot. Eventually she decided to follow the governments recommendation - only