KYIV, Nov. 12 (Ukrainian News/UBO) –- There is a deficit in anti-flu and anti-A(H1N1) flu vaccines world wide, Liudmyla Mukharska, first deputy main sanitary doctor said Nov. 11. "There is a deficit o
KYIV, Nov. 11 (Ukrainian News/UBO) –- The Cabinet of Ministers approved designation of funds from selling of 3G (UMTS) mobile communications licenses for defense ministry’s needs, the National Communi
Dr. Rajiv Shah, President Obama's nominee to head USAID News and commentary from Ukraine Business Online WASHINGTON, Nov. 12, 2009 (UBO) – President Barack Obama promised change as a major element in
KYIV, Nov. 11 (Ukrainian News/UBO) – The parliament’s lawmakers proposed nearly 1,000 amendments to the draft of the 2010 national budget, which if adopted would boost the spending of the national bud
KYIV, Nov. 11 (Ukrainian News/UBO) -- The Cabinet of Ministers is planning to additionally capitalize , Rodovid Bank, one of Ukraine’s largest banks, with UAH 5.6 billion to provide payments to the de
KYIV, Nov. 11 (Ukrainian News/UBO) -- The Cabinet of Ministers would not fulfil the law on the increase of minimum social standards unless it sees the decision of the Constitutional Court on the const
KYIV, Nov. 11 (Ukrainian News/UBO) -- President Viktor Yushchenko intends to veto the law that provides for allocating UAH 1 billion for combating influenza, the president told journalists on Wednesda
Valerii Chalyi, newly appointed deputy foreign minister of Ukraine KYIV, Nov. 11, 2009 (Ukrainian News/UBO) -- The Cabinet of Ministers has appointed Valerii Chalyi to the post of deputy minister of f
KYIV, Nov. 11, 2009 (Ukrainian News/UBO) -- The Central Electoral Commission (CEC) has refused to register Natalia Vitrenko, the leader of the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine (PSPU), as a candi
KYIV, Nov. 11 (Ukrainian News/UBO) -- President Viktor Yuschenko said Wednesday that Russia’s Gazprom might penalise the Naftohaz Ukrainy national joint-stock company by $8.7 billion for failing to pu
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