Ukrainian businesses more reliant on the Internet, on average, suffered from the 2012 economic decline 6.6 percent less, compared to their less connected peers
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has held a phone conversation with his Polish counterpart Bronislaw Komorowski to discuss the preparations for the upcoming Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius, according to the Ukrainian president's press service.
Zaporizhia - Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has said he will sign a planned law to allow convicts to undergo medical treatment abroad if it is passed by parliament but warned against such a law offering "a technology for the evasion of prosecution."
First Deputy Prime Minister Serhiy Arbuzov is no longer just a man. His surname is also a trademark as of Nov. 11. But, registered by the state patent agency Ukrpatent, the trademark arbuzov is not actually owned by Ukraine's top official, his relatives or assistants.
Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper is spot on.
Less that two months after Ukrainian heavyweight boxing champion Vladimir Klitschko defeated Russian challenger Alexander Povetkin in a packed Moscow arena, Russia took its revenge on Ukraine. The Eastern European nation's president, Viktor Yanukovich, bowed to pressure from his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, and signaled that his country won't sign a key agreement with the European Union next week, opting instead to stay within Russia's sphere of influence.
Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski has said that overcoming the selective justice problem in Ukraine remains one of the conditions for signing the Association Agreement with the European Union.
It was sometime this week, as I was reading yet another news item about President Viktor Yanukovych’s continuing unwillingness to make up his mind about the pending Association Agreement with the European Union, that it struck me. I’m awfully tired—and I mean honest-to-goodness, god-awfully tired—of the guy. It’s not that I wish he’d go away (although I do: very much), but that I wish he’d finally make a decision.
A group that campaigns for press freedom around the world is to send a delegation to Britain amid growing unease at the Government’s introduction of a Royal Charter.
The World Association of Newspaper and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) has previously campaigned for greater press freedom in countries such as Burma, Libya, Azerbaijan and Ethiopia.
Russia will send a team of 200 rescuers to the Philippines, stricken by a devastating typhoon, if a formal request is made, a spokesperson for the Emergency Situations Ministry said Sunday.
Two activists arrested for fruit-based attack on King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima - though none of the projectiles hit their targets
Franklin Templeton, a big US money manager known for aggressive bets in the sovereign debt market, has emerged as the dominant bankroller of Ukraine despite the country teetering on the edge of an economic crisis.
A university professor and two young men are on trial in Ukraine for alleged state treason over material freely available on the Internet. In a case ominously reminiscent of notorious spying trials in Vladimir Putin’s Russia, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) have accused the men of trying to pass this material which they claim contains state secrets to China. The investigators have not established when the supposed spying took place, nor have they provided any evidence that the Chinese colleague of the two young men was in fact an intelligence agent.
A Moscow TV news program is reporting that Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych did not meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Nov. 9, contrary to an announcement by Yanukovych's press service.
The report came on a Sunday night news program called "Vesti Week" from broadcaster Dmitry Kiselev, who said Yanukovych - "the main westward integrator" - never made it to Moscow.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said Sunday there will be no confrontation with Russia.
The Russian government will submit a report to President Vladimir Putin at the beginning of this week on a proposal to sell the state stake in Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port (NCSP) to state oil major Rosneft, business daily Vedomosti reported on Nov.11, citing high-ranking officials who worked on the report
The Ukrainian president and government are taking all necessary steps to sign the Association Agreement with the European Union at the Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius, Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has said.
Ukraine should more efficiently use the possibility of protecting its economic interests through the World Trade Organization (WTO), owner of Roshen Corporation Petro Poroshenko considers.
The average customs value of gas imported by Ukraine in October 2013 was $411.22 per 1,000 cubic meters, which is one percent or $4.22 higher than in September, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade reported on its Web site.