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  • МЗС про повернення Бакая і Пукача (VOA) 06/30/2005
  • Russian pressure on Ukraine mounts (Ukrainian Journal) 06/30/2005
  • НДП нарiкає на політичні переслідування (VOA) 06/30/2005

  • CIS military structures seen shrinking at defense ministers' meeting (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 06/29/2005
  • Govt to Probe into Activities of 13 State-Owned Companies: Naftohaz, Ukrtelecom, Ukrtatnafta, and Others (UNIAN) 06/29/2005
  • Ukrainian Security Supremo Promises New Transparent Privatization Rules (Black Enterprise) 06/29/2005
  • Ukrainian economic roundtable fails to convince investors (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 06/29/2005
  • Israel Confirmed that General Pukach Stays at Its Territory [Gongadze] (UNIAN) 06/29/2005

  • Ternopil Deputy Blames “Communists and Jews” for Protest (RISU) 06/28/2005
  • NATO to Assist Ukraine in Joining Alliance (Mosnews) 06/28/2005

  • Генерал Пукач в Iзраїлi, говорять тамтешнi ЗМI (VOA) 06/27/2005
  • Gongadze's killer reportedly found in Israel (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 06/27/2005

  • U.S. Ukraine Policy Dialogue (USUF) 06/25/2005
  • Ukrainian regional official injured in assassination attempt [TV 5 Kanal][Mykola Ovcharenko, deputy head of the Cherkasy Region state administration for humanitarian issues, shot] (Monsters and Critics) 06/25/2005
  • Ukrainian Communists rule out election pact with major opposition parties (Monsters and Critics) 06/25/2005
  • What's Left of the Union? [Volume 52, Number 12. July 14, 2005] (NY Review of Books) 06/25/2005
  • Polish president suggests pan-European poll on EU (Reuters) 06/25/2005
  • Ukraine Resists Integration Into Ex-Soviet Economic Union, Only Signs Up for Free Trade Zone (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2005

  • Rada rejects bills for WTO accession (Ukrainian Journal) 06/24/2005
  • Paper says fugitive Ukrainian general wanted for journalist murder is in Israel [Gen Oleksiy Pukach, wanted on charges of murdering journalist Heorhiy Gongadze] (Monsters and Critics) 06/24/2005
  • Ukraine fears the rise of new oligarchs [Prime Minister Tymoshenko is described as a former oligarch; Victor Pinchuk is not a happy tycoon] (BBC) 06/24/2005
  • Charges against Yanukovych only a matter of time, says police officer (Ukrainian Journal) 06/24/2005
  • Винесення вироку екс-прем`єру Лазаренку вiдкладено (VOA) 06/24/2005

  • Ющенко звільнив посла України в США [Михайла РЕЗНІКА] (УНІАН) 06/22/2005
  • People's Union-Our Ukraine makes surprising choice to lead Kyiv branch (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 06/22/2005
  • Допит Тихонова триває з 11.00, але його обіцяють відпустити (УНІАН) 06/22/2005
  • General Prosecutor’s Office Arrested Chairman of Luhansk Oblast Council (UNIAN) 06/22/2005
  • Moscow Criticized In Council Of Europe Plenary Debate [Ukraine's foreign minister, Borys Tarasyuk, said in Kyiv yesterday that the draft resolution was 'provocative' and an attempt to divert attention from the debate on Russian commitments to the Council of Europe.] (RFE/RL) 06/22/2005
  • Ukrainian president still optimistic on EU future (AFP/Tocqueville Connection) 06/22/2005
  • Yushchenko's premature EU application (Euro-reporters) 06/22/2005
  • Yushchenko meets Rupert Murdoch, affirms commitment to free speech (Ukrainian Journal) 06/22/2005
  • Controversial ex-official appointed adviser to Ukrainian railway chief (Monsters and Critics) 06/22/2005
  • Ukrainian opposition TV owner dies [MP Ihor Pluzhnykov, Inter TV; toxic hepatitis or atypical poisoning?] (Monsters and Critics) 06/22/2005

  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) and media tycoon Rupert Murdoch shake hands as they meet in Kie (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/21/2005
  • Стівен Пайфер: «Вiдсутнiсть єдиної позиції дещо спантеличує» (VOA) 06/21/2005
  • США нададуть Українi правоохоронну допомогу (VOA) 06/21/2005
  • Тарасюк звинувачує росiян у провокацiї (VOA) 06/21/2005
  • Yushchenko Encourages Murdoch to Invest in Nation's Media (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2005
  • Таємничі плани медіа-магната Мердока в Україні (УНІАН) 06/21/2005
  • Russians Hear From Ukraine Officials (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2005

  • Yushchenko's Disappearing Moment (Transitions Onlne) 06/20/2005
  • ПАРЄ розглянe, чи переслiдують опозицiю в Українi (VOA) 06/20/2005
  • Chair shaky under Ukraine's Chief Prosecutor (Jamestown Foundation) 06/20/2005
  • У Києвi обговорено розвиток громадянського суспiльства (VOA) 06/20/2005

  • Ukrainian propresidential party leaders mull election options (Monsters and Critics.com - Glasgow,UK) 06/18/2005
  • Ukrainian premier urges coalition talks with president, speaker (Monsters and Critics) 06/18/2005

  • Ukraine's leaders vow to speed up reform (Reuters) 06/17/2005

  • The Viktor and Yulia show (Economist) 06/16/2005
  • Київські депутати припиняють голодування (VOA) 06/16/2005
  • Опитування: Ющенку довіряють більше ніж Путіну (VOA) 06/16/2005
  • Фальсифiкацiя справи Гонгадзе на найвищому рiвнi? (VOA) 06/16/2005

  • Ukrainian Deputies to Listen to Piskun Talking in Private (Kommersant) 06/15/2005
  • Ukrainian Deputy Premier [Bezsmertniy] Says All Villages Will Have Elected Officials (Black Enterprise) 06/15/2005
  • Owner of Ukrainian TV channel critically ill - MP [Ihor Pluzhnykov of Inter] (Monsters and Critics) 06/15/2005
  • Corruption schemes exposed at Ukraine's state-run companies (Monsters and Critics) 06/15/2005

  • Top Ukrainian lawmaker [Lytvyn] backs return of Jewish property (AP/Ha'aretz) 06/13/2005
  • Журналiсти критикують нову владу (VOA) 06/13/2005
  • [Video] Пiдсумки вашингтонської конференцiї, присвяченiй дiалогу мiж Україною i США [US-Ukraine Foundation-sponsored conference on Political Dialogue Between the US and Ukraine] (VOA) 06/13/2005
  • Нова концепція боротьби з корупцією в Українi (VOA) 06/13/2005
  • Orange Revolution loses a little lustre [the government has...allowed (Ukraine) to remain an economic colony (of Russia)] (Finanial Times) 06/13/2005
  • Govt orders Justice Ministry to rush seizure of privatized steel mill (Ukrainian Journal) 06/13/2005
  • Who’s Blix To Us? [President Viktor Yushchenko’s meeting with Hans Blix, the head of the Chernobyl Shelter Fund Donor Assembly, was slated for 1.p.m. June 6. Half an hour before the meeting was to begin, it was canceled without any explanations or apologies.] (Dzerkalo tyzhnia) 06/13/2005
  • The Mariinsky Project (Dzerkalo tyzhnia) 06/13/2005
  • As You Sow, You Shall Mow (Dzerkalo tyzhnia) 06/13/2005
  • Литвин про справу Гонгадзе: 'Я найбільш зацікавлений' (УНІАН) 06/13/2005
  • Уряд України зацiкавлений в об'єднаннi авiапiдприємств в єдину корпорацiю (Урядовий портал) 06/13/2005
  • Ukraine Takes Step to Void Privatization [Viktor Pinchuk's Interpipe Corporation bought a 25 percent stake and won the right to control the government's 25 percent plus one stake in the factory in a 2003 tender in which no other bidders were allowed to participate. The tycoon paid 205 million hryvna ($40.6 million; euro33 million).] (AP/Yahoo) 06/13/2005

  • Russia: Rock's Revolutionary Influence ['They have learned from the events in Ukraine that popular music can be a very powerful force.] (RFE/RL) 06/12/2005
  • Ukrainian Deputy PM [Roman Bezsmertnyy] Says Local Government Reform is Essence of Political Reform (BBC/Black Enterprise) 06/12/2005

  • Fledgling political party mimics GOP (Wash Times) 06/11/2005

  • Rhetoric Poll. Ukrainians confirm their readiness to enter the EU (Kommersant) 06/10/2005
  • Ukraine Reviews Language Ties with Russia (Angus-Reid) 06/10/2005
  • Media bias decreases in Ukraine, but through dubious means (Jamestown Foundation) 06/10/2005
  • Yushchenko coalition would win majority at election, new poll shows (Ukrainian Journal) 06/10/2005
  • Ukrainian Prosecutor-General Says Gongadze Case 'Solved' (RFE/RL) 06/10/2005
  • Ukraine to press ahead in drive to join EU (Financial Times) 06/10/2005
  • Russia Addresses Neighbors Joining NATO (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2005

  • Українцi стали менше довiряти владi (VOA) 06/09/2005
  • Контроверза навколо львiвського замку (VOA) 06/09/2005

  • Віктор Янукович про помаранчеву революцiю (VOA) 06/08/2005
  • Ukraine Takes Control of Steel Mill (AP/Yahoo) 06/08/2005
  • В Українi розгортається новий скандал (VOA) 06/08/2005
  • Ukraine Launches Investigation Into U.S. Ambassador’s [John Herbst] Tapped Telephone Conversations (Mosnews) 06/08/2005
  • Criminal charges filed against former Ukrainian People's Democratic Party [Taras Kuzio] (Jamestown Foundation) 06/08/2005
  • Kremlin shadow looms over Kazakh-Ukrainian talks (Jamestown Foundation) 06/08/2005
  • Preparation of Sale of “Kryvorozhstal” Mill and Contest Likely to Take Not Less than 100 Days (UNIAN) 06/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko gestures as she talks to the media during a news conference in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, June 8, 2005. Tymoshenko said that Ukraine's government has taken full control of the Kryvorizhstal steel mill, which was sold last year in this ex-Soviet republic's most controversial privatization deal. (AP/Yahoo) 06/08/2005

  • Op-Ed: Lifting Yushchenko's Log (Moscow Times) 06/07/2005
  • Ukrainian police go after Yanukovych, Medvedchuk (Jamestown Foundation) 06/07/2005
  • Ukrainian elections in 2006 test of democracy (Prague Daily Monitor) 06/07/2005
  • Yanukovych questioned Monday over separatism, misuse of funds (Ukrainian Journal) 06/07/2005
  • PM orders immediate start to re-auction of state Kryvorizhstal stake (Ukrainian Journal) 06/07/2005
  • Ukraine's Prime Minister Orders Mill Resale [Kryvorizhstal] (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2005
  • Ukraine 'ready for steel resale' [Kryvorizhstal] (BBC) 06/07/2005
  • Itching to Sell Krivorozhstal Again (Kommersant) 06/07/2005
  • Ukraine to re-auction nation's steel giant [Kryvorizhstal] (AFP/Yahoo) 06/07/2005

  • Photo: The former Ukrainian Prime Minister Viiktor Yanukovych talks to media near Police Department, Ukraine, Kiev, Monday, June 6, 2005, before being questioned in connection with the alleged mishandling of government funds. Yanukovych was summoned before anti-organized crime investigators to testify about last summer's transfer of 4.8 million hryvna (US$950,000; euro 740,000) from the state budget to the airport in his hometown of Donetsk. (AP/Yahoo) 06/06/2005
  • Оцiнка свободи слова за нової i старої влади (VOA) 06/06/2005
  • «Квалофікована опозиція» критикує дії нового уряду (VOA) 06/06/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition party leader and former premier Viktor Yanukovich (R) is greeted by supporters as he arrives at Kiev's Department for Fighting Organized Crime, June 6, 2005. Yanukovich appeared on Monday at the department of Ukraine's Interior Ministry for interrogation. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition party leader and former premier Viktor Yanukovich, answers journalists' questions in front of Kiev's Department for Fighting Organized Crime building, June 6, 2005. Yanukovich appeared on Monday at the department of Ukraine's Interior Ministry for interrogation. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2005
  • Premier to soon meet with SPF to arrange Kryvorizhstal sale (Ukrainian Journal) 06/06/2005
  • Naftogaz chief: Caspian crude may move via Odessa pipeline next year (Ukrainian Journal) 06/06/2005
  • Ukraine refuses to sign CIS trade accord (Ukrainian Journal) 06/06/2005
  • Proposals on Ukrainian Reprivatization All Fall Short of Ideal (BBC/Blackenterprise) 06/06/2005

  • Томенко визначає деякi прiоритети уряду (VOA) 06/05/2005

  • [PDF] Will the Orange Revolution bear fruit? by Grzegorz Gromadzki, Oleksandr Sushko, Marius Vahl, Kataryna Wolczuk and Roman Wolczuk (Batory Foundation) 06/03/2005
  • Ukraine seeks to take back firms (Reuters/IHT) 06/03/2005
  • Tempers Ran High [Krivorozhstal, Pinchuk] (Kommersant) 06/03/2005
  • It Is Yours for Keeps [Massandra Tsar Palace, Crimea] (Kommersant) 06/03/2005
  • Shevchenko appointed advisor to Ukraine President [Note: Striker Andrij Shevchenko supported Yushchenko's rival candidate Viktor Yanukovych in the 2004 presidential election] (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2005
  • EU Constitution Worries Aspiring Members (AP/Yahoo) 06/03/2005
  • CIS leaders in Tbilisi but not optimistic (Georgia Messenger) 06/03/2005
  • Ukraine didn’t sign the protocol on removal of commercial restrictions: Tbilissi sitting of CIS PMs (Kazinform) 06/03/2005
  • 23 documents signed at the Tbilisi meeting by CIS PMs (Kazinform) 06/03/2005
  • Ukrainian PM: GUAM not an Alternative to CIS (Civil Georgia) 06/03/2005
  • Kiev court upholds Kryvorizhstal ruling (Ukrainian Journal) 06/03/2005
  • Yanukovych site fudges former PM itinerary as he skips interrogators (Ukrainian Journal) 06/03/2005

  • Photo: Ukrainian tycoon Viktor Pinchuk is seen prior to his meeting with media in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, June 2, 2005. Pinchuk said Thursday that he had proposed a compromise with Ukraine's new government that would allow him to keep control over the country's biggest steel mill. Kryvorizhstal was sold last year to Pinchuk, the son-in-law of former President Leonid Kuchma, and another tycoon for US$800 million (665 million). The sale went through despite reportedly higher offers from major steel bidders in the United States and Russia and sparked outrage in Ukraine and abroad. (AP/Yahoo) 06/02/2005
  • Steel Tycoon Warns Ukraine: Act 'European'--Not Russian (Forbes) 06/02/2005
  • Створено асоцiацiю древнiх мiст України (VOA) 06/02/2005
  • Бiзнес i влада в Українi -- партнери? (VOA) 06/02/2005
  • Суд визнав приватизацiю «Криворiжсталi» незаконною (VOA) 06/02/2005
  • Yushchenko moves to create new cabinet-level Construction Ministry (Ukrainian Journal) 06/02/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian tycoon Viktor Pinchuk talks to media in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, June 2, 2005. Pinchuk said Thursday that he had proposed a compromise with Ukraine's new government that would allow him to keep control over the country's biggest steel mill. Kryvorizhstal was sold in 2004 to Pinchuk, the son-in-law of former President Leonid Kuchma, and another tycoon for US$800 million (665 million), despite reportedly higher offers from major steel bidders in the United States and Russia, sparking outrage in Ukraine and abroad. (AP/Yahoo) 06/02/2005
  • Ukrainian Tycoon Seeks Compromise With Government to Hold Onto Massive Steel Mill (AP/Yahoo) 06/02/2005

  • Україна надiється на пiдтримку США (VOA) 06/01/2005
  • Former security chief reveals details about violence during Ukrainian presidential election (Jamestown Foundation) 06/01/2005
  • Blue-collar region suspicious of Yushchenko regime (Financial Times) 06/01/2005
  • Interior Ministry Summons Medvedchuk and Surkis Brothers to Explain Building Sanatorium in Zakarpattia (UNIAN) 06/01/2005
  • Parliament rejects nationalization of Kryvorishstal, Ukrrudprom (Ukrainian Journal) 06/01/2005
  • Український уряд змiнює позицiю щодо ЄЕП (VOA) 06/01/2005
  • Верховна Рада рекомендує звільнити прокурора Закарпаття Юрія Бенцу і начальника Управління МВС області Юрія Раховського у зв’язку із застосуванням сили щодо народних депутатів в Ужгороді 21 травня (Радіо Свобода) 06/01/2005
  • В Українi планують допитати екс-чиновникiв (VOA) 06/01/2005
  • Амнiстiя в Українi викликає неоднозначну реакцiю (VOA) 06/01/2005
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