Where there is no law, but every man does what is right in his own eyes, there is the least of real liberty
Henry M. Robert

№27, (2001)

10/09/2001 - 00:00

Antiterrorist Exercises Staged in Yalta

On October 1 Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU) staged special tactical antiterrorist exercises in the docks of the Yalta seaport. Similar training operations have been conducted on the peninsula on a...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

Bundestag Vice President Rudolf Seiters is convinced

The visit of Rudolf Seiters, Vice President of the German Bundestag, who, incidentally, represents the now opposition Christian Democratic Union, has coincided with two dates: the sixtieth...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

Believes the Japanese ikebana master

Last Saturday Professor of the Ikenobo School Ito Masao and Ms. Yamada Midori performed a demonstration of the traditional Japanese art of arranging the flowers at the Ukrainian House. The spectators...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

Fires Burn Around Property Assessment Law

Collateral credit has been outlawed in Ukraine, the Association of Ukrainian Banks stated. The point is that the Law on Property Assessment, with effect from September 7, bans assessing any,...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

While the Candle Burns

The Akvarel [Aquarelle] Gallery hosts a one-woman show by Natalia Boichuk from Svitlovodsk. Born in Novoheorhiyevsk (currently at the bottom of the Kremenchuk reservoir), she studied in Kharkiv, at...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

Holds the Fulbright Program

Not long ago Kyiv witnessed the ceremony of opening the Fulbright Program Office representing the world’s oldest and most reputed scientific, scholarly, and student exchange project of the United...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

Ukraine Supports War Against Terrorism

Ukraine will not stand aside from the struggle against terrorism and is prepared to support it, President Kuchma declared several days after US and British forces attacked Afghanistan. Even though...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

Unrealizable Declaration And Tax on An 18-Hryvnia Wage

On October 2 the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Social Policy and Labor considered the draft 2002 budget, declared by the government as socially-targeted one. Praising the progressive nature of the...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

Do we really need foreign loans?

The National Bank of Ukraine’s net international reserves (excess of assets over liabilities) has hit a record high of $610.3 million as of late September, compared with the $596.4 million deficit...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

or Why nobody believes the Ukrainian explanations

The situation with the Tu-154 passenger jet crash over the Black Sea is so puzzling that even now it is everybody’s guess what really caused the accident. The Sibir airliner, on a chartered...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

Icon of the Mother of God Of Nicopeia for the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church

The legendary image of the miracle-working Byzantine icon, for the first time reproduced in the Christian world, was presented to Cardinal Liubomyr Huzar, Archbishop Primate of the Ukrainian Greek...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

Monitoring Prolonged to January

Members of the Ukrainian parliamentary delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe have their doubts that canceling of monitoring regime at the Assembly’s session in January...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

How to Make a Premier Danseur

Even in ballet, such an art of the young, one finds few soloists aged 19 with kudos including victories at three international contests. The name of Leonid Sarafanov, who only recently diligently...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

Hucksterish Circumlocutions Of the OUN-UPA Apologists

Watching and reading the nationalistically oriented Ukrainian media from sidelines, one might think that Ukraine knows no greater injustice than the historical condemnation of the OUN-UPA and its...
10/09/2001 - 00:00

Veto, Then Compromise

President Leonid Kuchma has exercised his veto power over the parliamentary election law passed by Verkhovna Rada on September 13, expressing a number of critical remarks. It will be recalled that...


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