Monthly Archives: October 2019

Denmark approves construction of Baltic Pipe gas pipeline’s offshore section

The Polish gas operator Gaz-System, which is building the Baltic Pipe pipeline together with the Danish company Danish Energinet SOV, reported that the Danish government has approved the construction of the Baltic Pipe pipeline’s offshore section, through which Norwegian gas will be delivered to Poland. The obtained permit applies to two sections of a pipeline with a total length of 133 km.

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Speaker Razumkov: Ukraine not ready to make compromises on its territorial integrity

Part of the territory of Donbas and Crimea are the Ukrainian territory, and Ukraine is ready to hold a dialogue but is not ready to make compromises on its territorial integrity. Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Dmytro Razumkov made a corresponding statement during a meeting with Secretary General of the Council of Europe Marija Pejčinović Burić, the Verkhovna

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“I’m not some loser!”: Zelensky to volunteer during visit to disengagement area

Zelensky snapped at a soldier’s question on whether he is going to meet with war veterans regarding the “No to surrender” rallies held across Ukraine facebook.com/Sashulya Lisova In an unannounced move, the president personally visited the settlement of Zolote, where the next stage of disengagement of forces is set to take place, to talk with volunteer troops stationed in the

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United States renews duty-free treatment to Ukrainian goods

U.S. President Donald Trump has signed a decree to terminate the suspension of the duty-free treatment to certain eligible articles that are the product of Ukraine. According to the White House press service, the decision was made because “Ukraine has made progress in providing adequate and effective protection of intellectual property rights.” In December 2017, duty-free treatment was suspended because,

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UIA To Close Flights To Amman, Minsk And Riga For 2019/2020 Winter Navigation Period Due To Negative Profitability

Ukraine International Airlines (UIA, Kyiv) intends to close flights to Amman, Minsk and Riga from November 16 for the 2019/2020 winter navigation period due to negative profitability. The company said this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports. “The new schedule is introduced from November 16, 2019, for the entire winter navigation season of IATA 2019/2020… In connection with the

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