Analyst: “We see some truth to his statements that there’s a looming threat of violence being introduced by pro-Russian forces in the region.”

 

Photo: Kostiantyn Bryl, the regional administration head

 

“It’s an unholy union of two oligarchs against me, who has no money. Now I have no passport, but they’re still scared of me.”

 

Ukrainians soon will "be not only commemorating Prince Volodymyr, but also celebrating our victory over the aggressor," Patriarch Filaret said, referring to Moscow's support for pro-Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine.

 

Analyst: “We project the state debt to reach USD 76.3 bln (75.0% of GDP) by the year end.”

 

Ruslan Zeytullayev (file photo)

Ukrainian servicemen near Avdiyivka on the front line in the Donbas

 (file photo)

 

The Malorossia initiative -- a fake virtual state conjured up by a Kremlin proxy that serves the regime's interests, albeit with just enough plausible deniability -- bears all the main hallmarks of a Surkov project.

 

Even if Ukraine is faced with a negative ruling in appeals, we remain confident that the government will find ways to avoid repaying this debt to Russia in the coming years, citing its deal with the IMF, with Eurobond holders, as well as referring to a repayment moratorium imposed by Ukrainian parliament.

 

Former Georgian President and Odesa Governor Mikheil Saakashvili

(file photo)

 

Analyst: “This, as well as the relatively low average dollar deposit rate of local banks (about 3.8% in July), creates the possibility for a further decrease in the yield of local USD-denominated bonds in the future.”

 

Former Georgian President and Odesa Governor Mikheil Saakashvili

 

(file photo)

 

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