KYIV , Feb . 12, 2010 ( UBO ) -- Viktor Yanukovych, leader of Party of Regions intends to offer to Gazprom, Naftogaz Ukrainy and some European energy concerns 33.3 percent in a management consortium f
Viktor Yanukovych during 2006 visit to NATO headquarters BRUSSELS, Feb. 12, 2010 (UBO/NATO) – In an announcement posted on the main website of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Secretary
News and commentary from Ukrainian News Online KYIV, Feb. 12, 2010 (Ukrainian News/UBO) – As the question of who will be Ukraine’s next president appears to be a settled matter, a new type of campaign
Herman Van Rompuy KYIV , Feb . 12, 2010 ( UBO ) -- Herman Van Rompuy, the first long-term President of the European Council has congratulated Viktor Yanukovych, leader of Party of Regions on his victo
file POLTAVA , Feb . 12, 2010 ( UBO ) -- Hundreds of vehicles stuck about 10 km away from Poltava in a long traffic jam caused by bad weather conditions including very heavy snowfall. Some of the subu
KYIV , Feb . 12, 2010 ( UBO ) -- About 68.4 percent of Ukrainian residents trust the results of the second round of the presidential elections, according to a telephone survey conducted by the Gorshen
KYIV, Feb 11, 2010 (Ukrainian News/UBO) – Ultimately it is the votes of Ukrainian voters as tabulated by the Central Election Commission that will decide who becomes the next president of Ukraine. How
News and commentary from Ukraine Business Online KYIV, Feb. 11, 2010 (Ukrainian News/UBO) – Congratulatory messages coming to Viktor Yanukovych may have a secondary message directed to Yulia Tymoshenk
Vladimir S. Boyko, General Director of Ilyich Iron and Steel Works of Mariupol News and commentary from Ukraine Business Online MARIUPOL, Feb. 11, 2010 (UBO) – The Ukrainian government’s chronic failu
If this scene appeals to you, you'll love tomorrow's weather KYIV, Feb. 11, 2010 (Ukrainian News/UBO) – Spring is just around the corner – at least in theory – but you certainly will not have any inti
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