KYIV Ukrainian prosecutors dropped a demand on Thursday for former President Petro Poroshenko to be taken into custody while he awaits trial in a criminal case he says is politically motivated.
KIEV Ukraine reached 10,000 coronavirus cases on Thursday as Health Minister Maksym Stepanov urged the public to be patient and not violate lockdown measures that have kept the country's death toll far lower than in much of western Europe.
KIEV, April 29 Several hundred businessmen, many
of them wearing protective face masks, called for an easing of
Ukraine's coronavirus lockdown in a protest near the government
building on Wednesday.
KIEV, April 24 Ukraine's government is
considering limiting corn exports for this season and the issue
will be discussed next week, deputy economy minister Taras
Vysotskiy told Reuters on Friday.
KIEV Ukraine, one of world's top grain exporters, is ready to ban wheat exports if sales exceed limits agreed with traders, the deputy economy minister in charge of agriculture told Reuters on Wednesday.
* Russia, Kazakhstan set grain export quotas amid
KIEV, April 15 Ukraine, one of world's top grain
exporters, is ready to ban wheat exports if sales exceed limits
agreed with traders, the deputy economy minister in charge of
agriculture told Reuters on Wednesday.
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KIEV, April 6 Ukrainian wheat exports from sea
ports almost halved to 138,000 tonnes in the week of March 28 -
April 3 from 277,000 tonnes a week earlier, preliminary data
from the APK-Inform consultancy showed on Monday.
KIEV, March 31 Ukrainian lawmakers voted on
Tuesday to lift a ban on the sale of farmland that has stood for
nearly two decades, clearing one of the hurdles needed to unlock
an $8 billion loan package from the International Monetary Fund.