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On 18 December, the government in Ukraine decided to nationalise the country’s largest bank, PrivatBank. It has been owned by the oligarchs Ihor Kolomoyskyi and Henadiy Boholyubov.
On 13th November the runoff of the direct presidential election was held in Moldova.
Russia and Belarus had been unable to reach an agreement concerning co-operation in the oil sector. On 10 October a compromise was reached.
On 28 September the Joint Investigation Team presented its interim findings from the investigation into the shooting down of a Malaysian Boeing passenger plane.
The Ukrainian parliament adopted a law on the appointment of a new National Commission for the Regulation of the Energy Sector and Communal Services.
It may be assumed that Russia intends to use the present escalation of exchanges of fire to put more pressure on Kyiv, and mainly on the West.
The plan for Naftogaz’s restructuring is an important step on the way towards Kyiv’s compliance with the obligations it has made to the EU and the IMF.
The fire at Hrybovytske landfill has provoked an extensive debate on municipal and industrial waste disposal in Ukraine.
The visa issue has had a great impact on the attitude of the public and the elites in Georgia towards the EU and the West.
The new acts are intended to reform Ukrainian justice, which is completely corrupt, and is regarded by the public with suspicion, if not downright hostility.