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Both Poroshenko and Kolomoyskyi are satisfied with the premiership of Yatsenyuk, who is an unpopular politician, and thus not a threat.
The IMF’s decision from 8 December is of great importance for Ukraine, which is in a very difficult financial situation.
Over the past few months Kyiv has initiated a few major changes, but the delays in the reform process are growing.
Electricity supplies from mainland Ukraine to Crimea were completely severed overnight on 21 and 22 November.
On 31 October in Dnipropetrovsk, the authorities have detained Hennadiy Korban, leader of the UKROP party and a close associate of Ihor Kolomoyskiy.
The local government elections results have significantly changed the political map of Ukraine.
The year 2015 brought a rapid surge in the number of Ukrainians migrating to the EU, again mainly to Poland.
At the meeting in Paris, discussions began about the possible extension of the implementation of the Minsk agreements.
On 20 September, at the initiative of the Crimean Tatars’ self-government organisation, a blockade of checkpoints allowing passage to Crimea began.
Conflict with Russia has diverted the Kyiv’s attention away from the deterioration of the situation in regions which are not threatened by direct aggression.