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The Parliament repeatedly proposed to appoint Oleg Urusky Deputy Prime Minister

Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal re-introduced to the Verkhovna Rada a draft resolution on the appointment of the former head of the national space Agency Oleg Urusky Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for strategic industries of the country, reported Tuesday on the website of the Ukrainian Parliament.

The text of the resolution was registered on the official website of the Verkhovna Rada on 10 July, but on Monday, the Cabinet withdrew from Parliament a draft ruling.

In Mariupol build a plant for purification of water due to the loan from France

Ukraine has started the implementation of the project for the construction in the Mariupol plant for water purification for credit funds provided by France, said on Monday the Ambassador of France in Ukraine, Etienne de Poncin at a press conference.

Earlier, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal said that the government of Ukraine and France signed an agreement on the provision of 64 million euros for the project of modernization of water supply system in Mariupol. According to the agreement, the credit funds should fully cover the cost of the project of modernization of the system of drinking water supply in the city. About 70% of goods and services will be purchased in France, 30% - in Ukraine or from third parties.

Almost 90% of the restaurants in Ukraine was opened after the crisis c COVID-19

Eighty-six percent of cafes and restaurants in Ukraine has returned to work after the crisis caused by the consequences COVID-19, said the country's Prime Minister Denis Shmyhal.

"The business continues to recover after the quarantine. The number of unemployed decreases. Now in Ukraine are already working 86% of cafes and restaurants from pre-crisis levels. As I said, economic recovery should begin in the 3rd quarter of this year," wrote Smigel in Facebook.

Ukrainian miners ended the protest from-for debts under the salary

Ukrainian miners ended the protest over wage arrears, reported Saturday the head of the Independent trade Union of miners of Ukraine Mikhail Volynets.

Ukrainian miners on 30 June began an indefinite protest at the office of the President with the requirement to pay them debt on a salary. Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal said that the government repaid the debt to the miners. Later Volynets said that miners also need to provide safe working conditions, stable work of Ukrainian enterprises and are against the import of Russian electricity and coal.

In Ukraine, told about the incidence of coronavirus

The incidence of coronavirus in Ukraine 62.4 persons per 100 thousand of the population, reported Tuesday the press service of the office of President Vladimir Zelensky at the end of the meeting to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Earlier, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal said that the quarantine in the country or in selected areas can increase when the number of active patients on 100 thousand population will reach 60 people. The press service of the office of the President of July 1, reported that the incidence of coronavirus infection COVID-19 in Ukraine is 58 people per 100 thousand population.

Ukrainian miners seventh day protest near the President's office in Kiev

The miners are seventh day protest near the office of the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky in Kiev, they need to provide safe working conditions and sustainable work of the Ukrainian enterprises, said Monday the head of the Independent trade Union of miners Mikhail Volynets.

Ukrainian miners began an indefinite protest action with the requirement to pay them debt on a salary on Tuesday, June 30, near the office of the President. On Wednesday, they wanted to install near the office of the tents, but the police have them selected, and then scuffle. Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal said that the government repaid the debt to the miners.

Prime Minister of Ukraine has denied the information about the occupancy of Lviv hospitals

Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal denied that hospitals in Lviv are filled to 95% on the background of the coronavirus, he said, the figure is 47%.

The head of the city health Department of Lviv Volodymyr Zub has said that the occupancy of hospitals hospitals of the city in the background COVID-19 is 95%.

In Kiev near the office Zelensky fourth day protesting miners

Miners fourth day of protest near the office of the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky in Kiev, they need to provide safe working conditions and sustainable work of the Ukrainian enterprises, said Friday the head of the Independent trade Union of miners Mikhail Volynets.

Ukrainian miners began an indefinite protest action with the requirement to pay them debt on a salary on Tuesday near the office of the President. On Wednesday, they wanted to install near the office of the tents, but the police have them selected, and then scuffle. Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal said that the government repaid the debt to the miners.

In Kiev restrict the operation of catering and entertainment facilities

The Kyiv authorities have decided to limit the work of institutions of public catering and entertaining establishments, and events to 22.00 (same as GMT) due to coronavirus COVID-19, said Wednesday at a briefing by the mayor of the Ukrainian capital Vitali Klitschko.

Earlier, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal said about a new wave in the incidence of coronavirus in the country. He urged local authorities to restrict the work of night clubs and strictly control the transport.

The DNR explained the suspension of the transmission on the line of contact

The interdepartmental operative headquarters for the prevention of introduction and spread of novel coronavirus infection in the self-proclaimed Donetsk people's Republic stated that the reason for the suspension of transmission on the line of contact in Donbas was an unfortunate situation with the coronavirus in the Kiev-controlled territory.

In March, DNR authorities have already suspended the pass civilian traffic and pedestrians through the checkpoint on the frontline. After a while the TRC has resumed, but given the number of conditions aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus. However, on 28 June, the head of DNR Denis Pushilin again suspended civilian traffic and pedestrians through the checkpoint on the frontline.

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