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The total number of confirmed cases has reached 1,271,143.
10:10, 14 February 2021
Ukraine in 2020 may face a decline in exports.
10:00, 29 May 2020
In total, there are 1,805 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Kyiv, including 37 deaths.
18:46, 10 May 2020
The next step will be to form the arbitration tribunal's composition to consider the dispute.
14:50, 28 August 2019
The competence of arbitration for such claims is categorically refuted in the appeal.
19:10, 25 July 2019
The probe into a possible abuse of power is underway.
16:20, 03 April 2019
The funds can only be seized and returned to Ukraine once its illegal origins have been proven in Ukrainian courts.
14:00, 06 March 2019
The deal was formalized on January 29.
20:32, 19 February 2019
The accounts in question had initially been frozen as part of the investigation carried out by the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine.
16:20, 14 December 2018
The property has been transferred to the management of the national agency.
13:20, 15 November 2018
The site will be managed by a municipal company "Traffic Management Center."
21:20, 26 October 2018
According to the holding's chief commercial officer, once Ukraine wins in court, the question will arise of physically taking this money from Russia.
23:10, 12 March 2018
Ukrainian oil and gas producer set to recover assets in occupied Crimea through int'l seizure warrants<p>To protect its interests, the company has been actively cooperating with the prosecution bodies.</p>
20:30, 13 February 2018
<p>A voluntary compensation and court warrants are the two ways funds shall be recovered.</p>
15:40, 08 February 2018
<p>The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine (PGO) intends to recover to the state budget in early 2018 another UAH 5 billion (US$179 million) illegally obtained by fugitive Ukrainian ex-President Viktor Yanukovych and his allies, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.</p>
11:20, 27 December 2017
NABU’s Sytnyk responds to accusations by prosecutor general: It’s about corrupt elite craving to survive<p>Director of the National Anti-corruption Bureau Artem Sytnyk "felt that sooner or later there would be such a blast and counterattack that would actually cross out the past three years in Ukraine and cancel reforms that had been started, cross out possible international cooperation," that’s according to his interview with Voice of America, following critical statements in his address by Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko.</p>
22:50, 07 December 2017
<p>Since 2013, the U.S. government has enhanced Ukraine’s anti-corruption efforts by strengthening Ukraine’s legal system, law enforcement investigations, civil society, and customs enforcement, says the statement posted on the website of the Global Forum on Asset Recovery.</p>
23:00, 06 December 2017
<p>The European Union Anti-Corruption Initiative (EUACI) has transferred UAH 2 million worth of IT equipment to the National Agency of Ukraine for finding, tracing and management of assets derived from corruption and other crimes (ARMA), according to the press service of the Delegation of the European Union in Ukraine.</p>
15:40, 17 November 2017
<p>The European Commission and the EU Member States have not identified funds or economic resources belonging to President Yanukovych frozen by EU sanctions, according to a press release by Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP, a law firm based in London representing President Yanukovych and Oleksandr Viktorovych Yanukovych.</p>
14:40, 08 September 2017
<p>The Swiss prosecutor's office has refused to disclose at journalists' requests any details about Yanukovych's assets in gold, earlier reported by Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yevhen Yenin to have been arrested.</p>
14:00, 06 September 2017