Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Live from Kiev/Kyiv Ukraine. #Euromaidan


Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Ukrainian government plane Airbus A319-115X(CJ) made 13 rounds at the KBP Airport


Ukrainian government plane Airbus A319-115X(CJ) that uses President Yanukovych and the head of government, for a long time circling over the airport KBP "Borispol" and not landing for unknown reasons.
The plain made 13 rounds to make a landing at the Airport KBP.
Follow him through the service can flightradar24
http://www.flightradar24.com/URABA/292a530

Friday, January 10, 2014

Liverpool reignite interest in £15m winger Yarmolenko as Salah talks slow down


Liverpool are looking to reignite their interest in Dinamo Kiev winger Andriy Yarmolenko.
The 24-year-old figured prominently for Ukraine against England in their World Cup qualifiers and is rated at £15m.
Yarmolenko has scored eight goals in 16 appearances in the league for Kiev this season, and has 14 goals in 38 caps for Ukraine.
Liverpool are continuing negotiations over Basle's Mohamed Salah but are weighing up alternatives as the Swiss drive up the price.
Salah has been grabbing headlines with Swiss side Basle for the past 12 months and his performances in the Champions League against Chelsea, in particular, this season have made him one of the hottest properties of the January window.
 

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Ukraine International Airlines opens Salzburg and Sofia routes from Kiev



Ukraine International Airlines, the flag carrier and the largest airline from Ukraine, extended its European network with the launch of two new seasonal services from its Kiev Boryspil (KBP) base on 28 December. With the longest sector being the 1,333-kilometre service to Salzburg (SZG), and the shortest being the 1,012-kilometre route to Sofia (SOF) in Bulgaria, the carrier will face no direct competition on either of the two new routes. The services to the Bulgarian capital will be served twice-weekly (Mondays and Saturdays) until 15 January, utilising the carrier’s 105-seat 737-500s, while its second destination in Austria will be operated weekly (Saturdays) until 15 March, utilising a mixed fleet of 105-seat 737-500s and 180-seat 737-800s.

Khartron, Ukrainian Jewelry Factory Fire Kills 8. Video



KIEV, January 8 (RIA Novosti) −  A fire broke out Wednesday at a plant Khartron  in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkov leaving at least eight people dead and seven injured.
The fire, allegedly caused by unspecified safety rules violations, caught the five-story industrial building on the territory of the Khartron plant leased by a Kharkov jewelry factory Wednesday afternoon, the emergencies situation officials said.
Some 200 people were working inside the building when the fire broke out. Six of the injured were hospitalized with carbon monoxide poisoning.
Ukrainian prosecutors launched a criminal probe in connection with the incident.

Saturday, January 4, 2014

Assia Ahhat "If only tonight" became the first in the world ranking Billboard Hot Singles Sales.

In mid-December, Ukrainian singer made ​​everyone breathless. Assia Ahhat came as close to the winning unbelievable  chart Billboard Hot Singles Sales. Composition «If Only Tonight» briefly detained in second place. Even then, it was an incredible success. Ukrainian talent still reached a deserved top place. Assia Akhat became the first in the world ranking Billboard Hot Singles Sales.
 In charts Assia Akhat bypassed many global celebrities, among them the song of U2. She became the leader, leaving behind the popular One Direction and James Fortune & FIYA. Such a success - the undisputed evidence that the talent Ukrainian singer found resonated with listeners around the world.

Friday, January 3, 2014

Construction in Ukraine continues to fall


Despite number of building permission is tripled Ukraine’s construction industry is set to record a 16% decline year-on-year in 2013, marking its fifth consecutive quarter of negative performance, according to European research company PMR.
This year's expected decrease follows a 8.3% drop in 2012. Between 2008 and 2013 the Ukrainian construction sector succeeded in expanding year on year in real terms only once - in 2011, when it posted double-digit growth. At its lowest point in 2009, the market saw a 40% decline year-on-year.
The third quarter of 2013 was the fifth consecutive quarter of negative year-on-year performance in construction as the government and local administrations revised downward planned spending on many civil engineering projects.
Between the first quarter and the third quarter of 2013, new construction and reconstruction accounted for 81.7% of total construction output, while maintenance was responsible for 7.5% of and overhaul activities for 10.8%.
In January to October 2013, only six of Ukraine’s 27 administrative areas saw an increase in construction activity. During that period, construction output dropped 15.1% year-on-year in real terms.
PMR said the contraction was mainly within the civil engineering construction sector, where output dropped 20.1% year-on-year.
The non-residential sector also performed poorly, with output falling 16.9% short of that achieved during the first ten months of 2012. However, the residential construction segment managed 8.8% year-on-year growth.