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The Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine's parliament, has adopted at first reading a draft law on the creation of a temporary commission to investigate the attacks on journalists in Kyiv on May 18.
Claims that Central Election Commission is sabotaging preparations for an all-Ukrainian referendum on Ukraine's accession to the Customs Union, made by Ukrainian Communist Party leader Petro Symonenko, are political PR, Head of the Central Election Commission Volodymyr Shapoval has said.
The state-run enterprise for material and technical provisions at the railways, Ukrzaliznychpostach, has selected public joint-stock company VTB Bank (Kyiv) to open an unsecured irrevocable confirmed documentary letter of credit worth $50 million with a deferred payment option, according to a report in the Visnyk Derzhavnykh Zakupivel state procurement bulletin.
The construction of the Peremoha new subway station in Kharkiv will be finished using funds received from the sale of the part of the Metallist stadium in municipal ownership, Kharkiv Mayor Hennadiy Kernes has said.
Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine Jan Tombinski is planning to visit former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko in Central Clinical Hospital No. 5 in Kharkiv on Thursday.
Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko, as well as his former advisor, Petro Kyrychenko, has given his consent to be interrogated by Ukrainian investigators, but the United States is preventing the interrogation of the ex-premier, Ukrainian First Deputy Prosecutor General Renat Kuzmin has said in an interview with the Segodnya newspaper.
The signing by Ukraine of the Association Agreement with the European Union should not have a negative effect on Ukrainian-Russian relations, deputy chairman of the Party of Regions faction in parliament, MP Sergiy Tigipko, has said.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov's instruction to cancel accreditation of journalists that staged a protest during a government meeting on Wednesday is absolutely legal demand, the premier's spokesman, Vitaliy Lukyanenko, has said.