If the United States opens a case against the former US Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, then Ukraine will provide legal assistance in it within the frameworks of the international agreement, said former Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko.→
Freed Ukrainian political prisoner Mykola Karpyuk says that his “good acquaintance” told him that Russian President Vladimir Putin had intention to hold a meeting with ex-Right Sector leader Dmytro Yarosh, non-factional Member of Parliament at the time, and that the decision about trip to Russia was made at the party meeting.
President of Ukraine informed Russian President Vladimir Putin in telephone conversation that he will protect the rights of all Ukrainians regardless of where they are. In order to do so according to him there is no need to stipulate in Constitution any special status for Donbas.→
According to Central Election Comission of Ukraine after processing of 100% of voting protocols in the nationwide election district the following parties are elected to Verkhovna Rada: Servant of the People, Opposition Platform — For Life, Batkivshchyna, European Solidarity and Voice. →
Entrepreneur Dmitry Barbarchuk spoke with GORDON to discuss a new Ukrainian startup ChePeer, world e-commerce trends, the difficulties that Ukrainians face while making purchases abroad. Also, he discussed why interest in social networks is declining and what kind of online services may become popular in the closest future.→
Andriy Bohdan, appointed Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, signed a standing order creating the Office as a governmental body. The order was approved by a decree of Volodymyr Zelensky, the President of Ukraine.→
Ukrainian film director Andrii Pryimachenko says there is a fragment that he created in the first episode of HBO’s miniseries. It is visualization of telephone conversation between dispatcher of Central firefighters’ station and dispatchers of Militarized firefighting unit. The conversation took place at the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.→
The major problem Western investors face in Ukraine is not war. In fact, it has to do with the lack of a qualified workforce, reputational risks, lack of transparency when it comes to the rules of the game, poor market liquidity, an inefficient banking system and differences in business culture and ethics, says American businessman Givi Topchishvili, Founder and CEO of 98 Group in an interview with Gordon. Along with Grigol Katamadze, President of the Ukrainian Taxpayers Association and former Georgian Ambassador to Ukraine (2000–2007, 2009–2013), Mr. Topchishvili shared his vision regarding what steps the new Ukrainian Presidential Administration should take to attract foreign investments into the country.→
Now all adults can be vaccinated for free against measles, mumps and rubella. In addition, the Ministry of Healthcare informs that infants older than six months, for whom measles is especially dangerous, are also eligible for vaccination.→
Due to congenital achromatopsia Neil Harbisson was not able to see different colors. That is why 15 years ago he implanted in his skull an antenna with microchips and that allowed him to identify sound frequencies and to “hear” colors. →
Lawyer representing ‘Darnitsa’ in court says that Citramon produced by ‘Zdorovye’ factory was distributed at the same venues alongside with ‘Darnitsa’ similar agent and its packing replicated ‘Darnitsa’s white-and-green design.→
Ukraine should develop own oncology agents production and revise legislation on patent terms. It would make treatment more affordable for the patients, says Dmytro Shymkiv, the chairman of the Executive Board of the managing company of the PrJSC “Pharmaceutical firm “Darnitsa”.→
PrJSC “Pharmaceutical firm “Darnitsa” scheduled the shareholders annual yearly meeting on April 3, 2019. During the meeting, shareholders are expected to approve the decision to distribute all the 2018’s net profit to the company’s development and to pay no dividends to the shareholders.→
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