King of Jordan Abdullah II to visit Ukraine on June 22
King of Jordan Abdullah II to pay an official visit to Ukraine on June 22. The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry speaker Oleksander Dikusarov said.
 
President of Mongolia to come to Ukraine
The President of Mongolia Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj to pay an official visit to Ukraine on June 26-30.
 
Yanukovych congratulated Leonid Kuchma on his birthday
Presidential press office said that Viktor Yanukovych congratulated the former President Leonid Kuchma on his birthday.
 
Yanukovych to meet with Medvedev in Donetsk
In Donetsk began the meeting between the president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych and the president of Russia Dmitry Medvedev. The meeting began at about 1 p.m.
 
Cuba-Brazil: Yanukovych's tour of Latin America is still continuing
President Viktor Yanukovych completed his state visit to Cuba and left for the Federative Republic of Brazil, the press service of the Ukrainian head of state reported.
 
Tigipko and Yaroshenko flew to Washington to ask for money
Deputy Prime Minister Sergii Tigipko and Minister of Finance Fedir Yaroshenko today flew to Washington for consultations with the International Monetary Fund. The press secretary of the Prime Minister Vitaliy Lukyanenko reported.
 
Azarov goes on working visit to Serbia
The Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has left for a one-day working visit to the Republic of Serbia to participate in the Central European Initiative (CEI) summit. The visit plans to begin with the meeting of Serb Parliament Speaker Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic.
 
Tymoshenko Thanks Merkel for the Doctors
Tymoshenko's defender Serhiy Vlasenko said that Yulia Tymoshenko thanked the German government and Chancellor Angela Merkel personally for their willingness to give her medical assistance.
 
Lutsenko filed a lawsuit in US court against Prosecutor General
Lutsenko's lawyer Igor Fomin reported that the District Court for the District of Columbia noted the claim of ex-Interior Minister of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko to the Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka and his several subordinates.
 
Leader of Crimean Tatars Labeled 'Extremist,' Banned From Home
The leader of Crimea's Tatar community was banned from returning home for a period of five years by the peninsula's prosecutor on Saturday due to "signs of extremism" allegedly present in a speech he gave a day earlier…
 
 
 
 
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