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OPEC+ exceeds plan by 500,000 bpd in March; necessary to produce 200,000 bpd more in H2 for balance

The OPEC+ countries produced 500,000 barrels of oil per day more in March than planned, accounting for all voluntary cuts, analysts at the International Energy Agency (IEA) calculated. The IEA analysts have also calculated that OPEC+ needs to produce 200,000 bpd more in the second half of the year than the organization produced in March…
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If there’s no help from partners, we’ll lose our people

If there is no help from partners, Ukraine will lose soldiers, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy believes. “If there is no help, it will be very difficult for us. We will lose our people, we will lose our absolutely priceless warriors. And the issue is not only in the territories, when someone spreads such Russian narratives…
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More than 35 artists, activists, scholars urge U.S. Congress to approve funding for Ukraine

 More than 35 artists, activists, scholars and others have called on the United States Congress with a call “to do the right thing” and approve funding for Ukraine. The address was published on CNN Opinion. “Together we call upon Congress to do the right thing. Ukrainians are fighting for their existence. On territory that Russia…
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Okhmatdyt hospital to be included in Medical Guarantee Program from 2025

The National Children’s Specialized Hospital Okhmatdyt will begin operating as part of the Medical Guarantee Program from January 1, 2025, according to the website of the Ministry of Health. From July 1, 2024, according to plans, the clinic will change its status to a non-profit state-owned enterprise. Since 2024, Okhmatdyt has already been contracted by…
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Ukraine, Hungary agree on opening of new Velyka Palad-Nagyhódos border crossing point

Ukraine and Hungary have agreed to open the Velyka Palad-Nagyhódos checkpoint for passenger transport, the press service of the Ministry of Development of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure (Ministry of Reconstruction) said on Monday. In addition, the countries agreed on the possibility of movement of empty trucks weighing more than 7.5 tonnes at the Luzhanka-Beregsurány border…
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Russians hit utility facility in Odesa region with missile, killing one person

The Russian military on Saturday hit a utility facility in Odesa region with a missile, killing a civilian employee, the Southern Defense Forces said. “The enemy continues targeted ballistic strikes in southern Ukraine. After lunch, he launched a missile, presumably an Iskander-M, at Odesa region. It hit a public utility facility, damaging equipment and the…
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One civilian killed, another wounded in Saturday’s day attack on Kharkiv

Because of the strike carried out by the Russian Armed Forces on Shevchenkivsky district of Kharkiv on Saturday afternoon, there were one dead and one wounded, said the head of the regional military administration, Oleh Synehubov. “According to preliminary data, one person was killed, another was injured. There was damage to civil infrastructure, a car…
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Death toll in Zaporizhia increased to four, more than 20 injured –

The death toll from the missile attack in Zaporizhia has increased to four people, more than 20 people have been injured, according to head of the Regional Military Administration Ivan Fedorov. “Now everyone is receiving the necessary medical care,” he wrote on the Telegram channel. As previously reported, on Friday, April 5, the occupiers launched…
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USAID provided Ukraine with generators, combined heat and power units, and emergency vehicles

U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink said that the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has provided selected regions of Ukraine with a hundred more generators, thermal power cogeneration units and emergency vehicles, according to the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine. “As Russia continues its brutal attacks on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, USAID has provided Ukraine with…
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Results of forensic examination confirm unfoundedness of charges in Riviera Village case – co-founder

The results of a forensic examination carried out in the case of the cottage town of Riviera Village confirm the groundlessness of the accusations against the co-owners and management of the town of developing the lands of the hydraulic structures of Kyiv Hydroelectric Power Station, co-owner of Riviera Village Serhiy Sliusarenko said. “The forensic examination…
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