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MOSCOW Former Russian State Duma deputy Ilya Ponomaryov says Denis Voronenkov, also a former Duma deputy, was on his way to a meeting with him while he was shot and killed in central Kyiv. Denis Voronenkov was killed near the Premier Palace Hotel at 11:25 a.m. He was on his way to a meeting with me. I am lost for words. The bodyguard managed to wound the attacker, Ponomaryov said on Facebook on March 23. The post Ex-Duma deputy Ponomaryov says Voronenkov killed on his way to meeting with him appeared first on KyivPost .
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Chief Military Prosecutor of Ukraine Anatoliy Matios said that eyewitnesses heard the sound of an aircraft over military arsenals in Balaklia of the Kharkiv region shortly before the explosions. According to interrogations of those individuals of the day duty, which it was possible to procedurally interrogate by this time, there had been a buzz of an aircraft before the explosion similar to the flight of an unmanned aerial vehicle, after which explosions started in two places of one of the sites, he said at a briefing in Kyiv in March 23. Matios also noted that at the moment there is no information about the injured civilians or military persons. The post Military says eyewitnesses heard aircraft sound over arsenals in Balaklia before explosions appeared first on KyivPost .
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The Minister of Defense of Ukraine Stepan Poltorak has informed about the strengthening of security and defense in military warehouses throughout Ukraine after an act of sabotage at artillery depots near Balaklia, Kharkiv region. This is not the first time when an act of sabotage is conducted in our strategic facilities ... The decision has been taken to protect the arsenals, which store ammunition, weapons and equipment, the minister said at a briefing in Kyiv on March 23. The post Poltorak says protection of military warehouses strengthened throughout Ukraine appeared first on KyivPost .
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Yulia Samoilova, Russian participant in the Eurovision Song Contest, who was banned by Kyiv from entering Ukraine on March 22, does not lose hope and believes the situation may change. It's very funny to observe from a distance all that [the decision of Kyiv], because I don't understand what they saw in me, such a small girl, saw some kind of threat. Generally speaking, I'm not upset. I continue to rehearse. For some reason, I think things may change, Samoilova said at the Channel One. Earlier on March 22, the Security Service of Ukraine banned the Russian participant in the Eurovision Song Contest from entering the country. It is related to her visits to Crimea. The post Samoilova believes situation around her participation in Eurovision may change appeared first on KyivPost .
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Yulia Samoilova, Russian participant in the Eurovision Song Contest, who was banned by Kyiv from entering Ukraine on March 22, does not lose hope and believes the situation may change. It's very funny to observe from a distance all that [the decision of Kyiv], because I don't understand what they saw in me, such a small girl, saw some kind of threat. Generally speaking, I'm not upset. I continue to rehearse. For some reason, I think things may change, Samoilova said at the Channel One. Earlier on March 22, the Security Service of Ukraine banned the Russian participant in the Eurovision Song Contest from entering the country. It is related to her visits to Crimea. The post Samoilova believes situation around her participation in Eurovision may change, continues to rehearse appeared first on KyivPost .
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Money can’t buy happiness , but it can buy a lot of stuff in Ukraine. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s ranking of the cost of living in 133 major cities, Kyiv with a population of 3 million people is the eighth cheapest major city in the world. The ranking is based on the cost of living, tracking the prices of food and other items. Kyiv, along with Bucharest and New Delhi, comes in at 124th six places down from last year, the report says. The results coincide with another survey by Expatistan , which found that Kyiv is the third cheapest major city in the world among 213 municipalities surveyed. Only Hyderabad, India, and Tblisi, Georgia. In order to evaluate the cost of living in each of the cities, Economist researchers collect the prices for over 160 items in various stores in each city: supermarkets, mid-priced stores and higher-priced speciality outlets.
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