Ukraine information newsletter No.250
Press-center of Civic Sector of EuroMaidan,
Kyiv, Ukraine, Mon, Oct 22, 2018
You'll find a complete account of the latest information in Newsletter No.250.
Here are the highlights.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko met with President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
Heroes of Heavenly Hundred posthumously awarded European Prize, an award given every two years for a significant contribution towards the development of European values.
Week's balance: gas price hike, IMF agreement, and budget battles.
Over 54% of Ukrainians positive about idea of creating single local church – poll.
New local Orthodox Church in Ukraine explained. It is no longer possible to hinder the unification process, the Kyiv Patriarchate stresses.
Ukraine Transfers St. Andrew’s Church to Ecumenical Patriarchate.
A Year after Ukrainian Parliament passed Health reform law: What has been achieved and what changes to expect in 2019.
Ukrainian company wins Shots Awards as Best Production Service Company of the Year.
Businesses help Ukrainian army, those affected by Russia’s war.
Ukrainian fighter jet crashes during air force exercises with NATO countries, killing two pilots.
Wishful thinking as a manipulation tool in Russian propaganda.
InfoShum: The new trend in Kremlin propaganda.
Putin signs decree on economic sanctions against Ukraine.
The week in Russia: a schism, a school attack, and Putin’s talk of nuclear war.
Romanian government concerns about Russian actions in Black Sea encourage Ukrainians.
Two “DNR ministers” surrender to Ukraine. Will the rest follow?
"Explosives were planted": witnesses spotted suspicious men near Ichnya ammo depot.
U.S. Envoy: no progress ending Ukraine war as Putin waits for Kyiv elections.
Ukraine to use force if situation at sea escalates - Navy commander.
What we know and don’t know about the Kerch college shooting.
Crimea's Kerch bids farewell to shooting-spree victims.
Russia stops calling the Kerch mass killing terrorism when it can’t blame Ukraine or Crimean Tatars.
Crimean children take oath to serve as friends of the Russian FSB.
Russians moving into occupied Crimea now form one-fifth of its population.
Fog and nothing to breathe: Residents of Armyansk again complain about emissions.
Sentsov may not survive after hunger strike, cousin says.
Sentsov: I never give up. Sentsov wrote a response letter to Oleksandr Kolchenko.
Win a smartphone in Russia by denouncing neighbours for ‘extremism’.
Russian controlled ‘Luhansk republic’ bans all Protestant churches.
Ukrainian film Volcano wins Grand Prix at Croatian Film Festival. Volcano has already won awards at the Golden Apricot Film Festival in Armenia and at the International Film Festival in Kazakhstan.
Exhibition in Kyiv celebrates legacy of Les Kurbas, a theater director who was killed by Stalin's regime.
Yuliya Yelistratova wins Gold in World Triathlon.
Ukrainian Invictus Games Team Honored in Sydney.
Ukrainian athlets win two gold medals at Invictus Games.
Please read more about the new developments in Ukraine in Newsletter No.250.
Ukrainian-inspired jewelry adored by superstars, says daughter of Masha Archer, famous designer.