Ukraine Digest: Oct. 28

What’s ahead:

  • Oct. 29: World in Ukraine: Turkey
  • Nov. 5: Banking in Ukraine

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Watch the Kyiv Post webinar — How Ukraine’s participation in peacekeeping missions advances nation’s readiness

Ukraine is one of the most active nations when it comes to peacekeeping. Since 1991, more than 45,000 Ukrainians have participated in various peace support operations in the Balkans, Africa, and the Middle East. NATO is Ukraine’s big partner in this regard. Together with the 30-nation alliance, Kyiv recently concluded its mission in Afghanistan, and it has boots on the ground in Kosovo with NATO-led mission KFOR. And even more is ahead: Ukraine wants to send its peacekeepers to Bosnia and Iraq. So why is it important and useful to Ukrainian soldiers? Join our expert panel to find out. “How Ukraine’s participation in peacekeeping missions advances nation’s readiness for NATO” will be streamed online at 4 p.m. on Oct. 27 from the Kyiv Post studio.

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From the archives: Helping Libya’s War Casualties

Kyiv’s main military hospital is treating 11 Libyans injured by the recent war that toppled dictator Moammar Gadhafi. Some sided with the rebels, others were innocent bystanders, all are glad Gadhafi is gone. For years, Ukraine maintained friendly ties to Gadhafi, but now wants to reach out to the new government in charge. PR campaign castigates EU for ’dictating’ to Ukraine. Rotary Club says former treasurer owes $50,000. Bakhmatyuk: Agribusiness in Ukraine is ‘least risky’ sector. Business Focus: Health Care. World in Ukraine: Austria.




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