Articles by Yuri Kulikov



Raising Fears, Kiev Seeks New Gas Talks

  • 26 January 09
  • Reuters
Ukraine needs new talks to improve the terms of last week's gas agreement with Russia, a senior aide to President Viktor Yushchenko said Friday, raising fears of new gas supply disruptions to Europe.

Tymoshenko Narrowly Re-elected

  • 19 December 07
  • Reuters
Ukraine's parliament on Tuesday restored Yulia Tymoshenko as prime minister, sealing a political comeback for a leading figure from the Orange Revolution three years ago.

Tymoshenko Narrowly Re-elected

  • 19 December 07
  • Reuters
Ukraine's parliament on Tuesday restored Yulia Tymoshenko as prime minister, sealing a political comeback for a leading figure from the Orange Revolution three years ago.

Ukraine Mourns 90 Dead Miners

  • 21 November 07
  • Reuters
Weeping relatives gathered in cemeteries around Donetsk, heart of the Donbass coal field, on Tuesday to bury the dead from Ukraine's worst mining accident.

Ukraine Mourns 90 Dead Miners

  • 21 November 07
  • Reuters
Weeping relatives gathered in cemeteries around Donetsk, heart of the Donbass coal field, on Tuesday to bury the dead from Ukraine's worst mining accident.

Ukraine's Parliament Clears Last Hurdle to WTO Entry

  • 14 December 06
  • Reuters
Ukraine edged closer to its long-sought aim of joining the World Trade Organization on Wednesday when its parliament approved the final piece of legislation required for membership.

Ukraine CB Says Hryvna Rate Perfect

  • 16 September 05
  • Reuters
The chairman of Ukraine's Central Bank described the current hryvna exchange rate on Thursday as optimal and said the bank would act to keep the rate within a range of 5.0 to 5.2 to the dollar next year.

Kuchma Promises Election Will Be Fair

  • 19 November 04
  • Reuters
Outgoing President Leonid Kuchma vowed Thursday to ensure Sunday's contest would not be flawed by cheating.

Ukraine May Repay $1.8Bln IMF Debt Early

  • 01 September 03
  • Reuters
Ukraine is ready to repay its $1.8 billion debt to the International Monetary Fund ahead of schedule, its Central Bank said Friday, even though the nation faces a peak in foreign debt payments.

Ukraine Expects IMF Will Resume Lending

Scythian Remains, Artifacts From Grave Taken to Kiev

Replacement Picked For Ukraine Premier

Kuchma Promises Further Reforms

Ukraine's President Pledges Faster Privatization

Kuchma Says Tough Farm Sector Reforms Necessary

Parliament, Kuchma in Peace Deal

Sevastopol Not Russian, Kiev Says

Ukraine Promises to Pay Fuel Debt

Soviet-Era Minister Regains Ukraine Post

Ministers Talk Tough Over Fleet

Tension Rises Before Ukraine Poll