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Gas Guzzler: US, Kiev after huge natural resources in E.Ukraine
 
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Self-defense forces are on full alert in East Ukraine's newly proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic. The region cut ties with Kiev after a popular vote last Sunday - and activists are expecting a new wave of government crackdown. Tensions are highest in the city of Slavyansk that's been besieged by troops for weeks. Reinstating control over the restive region isn't the only agenda driving Kiev's ongoing offensive - Gayane Chichakyan reports. Read More: http://on.rt.com/x2g1yl RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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Ukrainian Natural Resources: Potential, Threats And Changes
 
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Tamara Kutonova, ecologist and senior international consultant for FAO – the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN, talks to UATV about natural resources of Ukranian territory, potential threats, climate changes, and Rotterdam Convention. _ Subscribe to UATV English: https://goo.gl/VHU7bk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UATVEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/UATV_en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uatv.en Medium: https://medium.com/@UATV_English Watch UATV live: http://eng.uatv.ua/ #News #Ukraine #Ukrainian #Kiev #Kyiv #Crimea #Europe #EuropeanUnion #EU #UATV #Uatvua #Ecology #Agriculture #ClimateChanges #Climate #RotterdamConvention #NaturalResources #FoodAndAgricultureOrganization #Ecologist #PotentialThreats #Threats #Soil #SoilOfUkraine #Mismanagement
Views: 81 UATV English
National Parks of Ukraine: Encoded Identity
 
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There are as many as 86 national parks in Ukraine. Different flora, fauna, landscapes and water resources make each park totally unique. But visitors often miss the key attractions because they don’t know what they’re looking out for and don’t understand the uniqueness of each park and what they have to offer. So how could we design a logo which indicates all these key features in a way which everyone can relate to and gives every park its own identity under the same graphic umbrella? We realised a single logo with each park’s name below wouldn’t be enough. So we set about creating a unique one for each park, built using elements that represent a natural feature within that park…and united by a graphic look that all Ukrainians could relate to – our iconic traditional embroidery. Because really, nature is the fabric of all the elements of each park. Now, just by looking at one of the park’s logo, it is like you are taking a look inside the park itself.
Ukraine offers Azerbaijan new markets of energy resources
 
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The constant supplies of Azerbaijani oil via the Odessa - Brody oil pipeline through Ukraine to Belarus for Mozyr oil refinery will be launched today. Secretary Petroleum and Natural Resources Imtiaz Kazi Saturday said the international tenders for supply and building Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal would be issued in two weeks.
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Every Drop Matters 8 Ukraine
 
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Ukraine has scarce water resources and access to safe drinking water is increasingly becoming a development challenge. The reason for this is that the deteriorated national water purification system that was designed and constructed around 50 years ago no longer has the capacity to purify the water. This worsens the quality of drinking water, and basically leads to limited access to safe drinking water. People have the option of securing safe drinking water either by purchasing bottled water, purchasing household purification equipment or by using water from natural springs. The majority of Ukrainians can't afford to buy bottled water, which basically limits their access to safe water. Therefore, the usage of natural springs, if available, could be one of the solutions to this challenge. Size/debit of the natural springs do not allow their inclusion within the national water supply system. Historically, the natural springs were often the center of social life in communities, and have the potential to become a strong instrument for community mobilization as well as for progress self-dignity and environmental awareness among local communities and youth. What is the objective? The immediate development impact of the project rests on the increased access of local communities to natural springs, and in some cases to safe drinking water. The long-term development impact will be on changing community members' perceptions on water management and preservation through conducting training on water management as envisaged in the educational component of the project. Part of the development impact will also be on changing community members' mentality in regard to social solidarity and community mobilization by involving them in partnership community projects on rehabilitation of springs and surrounding areas. In addition, the project applies a partnership approach by bringing together local authorities, community members, school children and students to join efforts in preserving and protecting natural water resources and environment.
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Russia Illegally Extracting Natural Gas From Ukrainian Waters in the Black Sea
 
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It's been discovered that Russia is illegally extracting Ukrainian energy resources in the Black Sea. There are Russian floating rigs in offshore natural gas fields within the economic zone of Ukraine. _ Follow UATV English: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UATVEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/UATV_en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uatv.en Medium: https://medium.com/@UATV_English Watch UATV live: http://uatv.pro/
Views: 212 UATV English
Ukraine: just the way it is
 
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This video shows Ukraine in all its facets. On the one hand, the country is incredibly rich in natural resources and beauty, with booming cities and a flourishing culture. On the other hand, the tragic history of the Ukrainian people continues to this day. We have to keep fighting for our independence, our freedom and our future. Ukrainians are giving their lives for the same values that other Europeans receive at birth and take for granted. We got rid of our oligarchic tyrants – but they were replaced by new oligarchs; we fought for our integrety and sovereignty – but our government couldn't defend it; the whole world watches as we struggle against our aggressive neighbour. There is no doubt that we will win. We have our faces turned towards the West, and this time we will not allow ourselves to go astray. We are grateful to everyone who participated in the creation of the video: Prylutskyi Oleg Oleg Finger Yuriy Yakymets Anton Borodavka Marian Kushnir www.skyandmethod.com www.skycap.ua www.aircam.com.ua ЯрмаК/Yarmak Music: Chut on vous ecoute - From High to I Ukrainian folk song - "Oh there at the top" (Played by folk-ethnographic ensemble "Yavoryna") Our initiative is called Voor en Verder? We will represent Ukraine in the Netherlands from 29 March to 6 April. Feel free invite us to any events, conferences, debates in NL. [email protected]
Views: 2689 Salyar Ali
Ukraine Bans Logging in Bid to Preserve Forests in Carpathian Mountains
 
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The Ukrainian parliament has banned lucrative logging in old-growth forests in the western part of the country. This is in an effort to preserve one of Ukraine's most valuable natural resources. _ Follow UATV English: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UATVEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/UATV_en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uatv.en Medium: https://medium.com/@UATV_English
Views: 63 UATV English
U.S.: Russia uses energy supplies 'to control Ukraine'
 
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설명AIt's time to check on stories making headlines on the global front... from the deepening crisis in Ukraine ... to another major earthquake striking South America... we go live to our Paul Yi at the News Center. Paul, let's start with Ukraine. It looks like Russian President Vladimir Putin has stirred up the pot once again. That's right, Jihae. This time Putin is threatening to cut off gas deliveries to the country, in a move that the U.S. is calling a tool of coercion. This, as NATO says Russia has deployed tens of thousands of troops on the eastern Ukrainian border. Our Connie Kim reports. The United States was quick to respond to Russian President Vladimir Putin's warning that Moscow may cut its gas supply to Ukraine. It has accused Russia of trying to take control of Ukraine using its natural resources as a leverage point. "We condemn Russia's efforts to use energy as a tool of coercion against Ukraine. Ukraine is now paying $485, a price clearly not set by market forces and well above the average price paid by EU members." The State Department spokesperson also added that Washington is encouraging Ukraine and its Western border allies to prepare to reverse natural gas flows in the pipeline so that Kiev has access to additional gas supplies if needed. Putin's warning came after Kiev missed a deadline to pay its two-point-two billion U.S. dollar gas debt. In a letter to 18 European countries...Putin said gas giant Gazprom will be "compelled" to require that Ukraine make up-front payments,... and that if the back payments are not made... the gas tycoon could "completely or partially cease gas deliveries" as a last resort. Moscow's threat is worrying for European countries, as pipelines transiting Kiev carry Russian gas to several European Union countries including Germany,... the largest Russian gas consumer. Meanwhile,... NATO released satellite images of the eastern Ukrainian border in late March and early April. They showed that some 40-thousand Russian troops were deployed along with warplanes and helicopters. An official from NATO says this is a capable force that is ready to quickly move into Ukraine with orders. The revelations of the pictures come before top diplomats from the U.S., Russia, and Europe are set to gather for a ministerial-level meeting next week. Connie Kim, Arirang News.
Views: 373 ARIRANG NEWS
Nature of Ukraine. Canyon in Buki.
 
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Nature of Ukraine. Canyon in Buki. Beautiful Landscape. Do you want to use my video in your movie? You can download it here: http://goo.gl/qrSz5K
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Universities in ukraine Part 3
 
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Universities in Ukraine WhatsApp+380688378143 Kyiv State Academy of sea and river transport Kyiv Polytechnical Institute" National University of Physical Training and Sport National University of Food Technologies State Academy Of Statistics, Accounting And Audit NationalTransport University Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University Kyiv National Academy of Constructions and Architecture National Aviation University National Agrarian University Kyiv National Economic University Kyiv National Linguistic University National University of Art Wisconsin International University Ukraine Bohomolets Medical University Kyiv State University of Technology and Design National P.I.Tchaikovsky Musical Academy Kyiv State I.K.Karpenko-Kary Institute of Theatrical Art National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy State University of Communication National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture State Economic - technological Transport University Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics Dragomanov National Pedagogical University Taras Shevchenko National University of Pharmacy Kharkiv State Medical University Kharkiv National aerospace university Kharkiv National Road-Transport University Kharkiv State Academy Of Railway Transport Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics Kharkiv State Technical University Of Agriculture Kharkiv State Institute Of Physical Culture Kharkiv State University of Food Technology and Trade Kharkiv State Technical University of Construction and Architecture Kharkiv I.P.Kotlyarevsky Institute Of Arts Kharkiv State Zooveterinary Academy The Kharkov State Academy of Design and Arts Kharkiv National Municipal Services Academy Kharkiv polytechnical Institute" Academy of Civil Defence of Ukraine Kharkiv Karazin National University Dnipropetrovsk Conservatory Dnipropetrovsk Physical Culture And Sports Dnipropetrovsk State Agrarian University State Academy Of Civil Engineering And Architecture Dnipropetrovsk technical university of railway transport National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine Dnipropetrovsk technical university Ukrainian State University Of Chemical Engineering Dnepropetrovsk State University National mining university Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy Dnipropetrovsk State Financial Academy Ukrainian Academy of Customs Odessa National Academy of Telecommunications Odessa State Medical University Odessa State Polytechnic University Odessa State Economics University Odesa State Institute Of Measurement Technology Odesa State Agrarian University Odessa State Maritime University Odesa State I.I.Mechnikov University Odesa State Music Academy named after Nezhdanova Odesa National Maritime Academy Odesa State Academy of Food Technologies Odessa State Environmental University Odesa state academy of refrigeration Odesa state academy of civil engineering and architecture South Ukrainian State Pedagogical University Zaporozhia State Engineering Academy Zaporizhzhya National Technical University Zaporizhzhya National University Zaporozhia Medical University Lviv State Agricultural university Lviv State University of Safety Lviv State Ivan Franco University Lviv Music Academy National University "Lviv Polytechnics" Lviv National Academy of Art Lviv Danylo Halytsky Lviv State Medical University Uukrainian state technical university of forestry Ukrainian Academy of printing Lviv Gzhytsky Academy of Veterinary medicine Vinnytsya State Pedagogical University Vinnytsia Institute of Trade and Economics Vinnytsya state technical university Vinnytsia State Medical University Poltava State Pedagogical University Kremenchuk State Polytechnical University Poltava National Agrarian Academy Poltava national technical university Cherkasy State Technological University Cherkasy State Bogdan Khmelnytsky University Chernigiv State Technological University Chernigiv State Pedagogical University Sumy National Agrarian University Sumy State University Zhytomyr engineering technological institute Kirovograd Technical University Kirovograd Pedagogical University State Air Academy of Ukraine Kirovograd State Agrarian and Engineering University in Podilya Khmelnytsky national university Chernivtsi state Y.Fedkovytch university Bukovinian State Medical University Rivne State Humanities University Ostroh Academy National University National University of Water management and Nature resources Precarpathian Vasyl Stefanyk university Ivano-Frankivsk Ivano-Frankivsk State Medical Academy Ivano-Frankivsk university of oil and gas Ternopil State Technical University Ternopil State Medical University Volyn state Lesya Ukrainka university Lutsk State Technical University Uzhgorod National University
Ukraine's Lookout for New Gas Resource
 
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CCTV correspondent Michal Bardavid reports on Ukraine's lookout for new gas resource after Russian President Vladimir Putin said he would cut natural gas supplies to Ukraine.
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Ukraine's Plans for Developing Its Green Energy Sector
 
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In the wake of the Bonn Climate Summit in Germany, which will continue until November 17th, the topic of Green energy has captured the World's attention once again. Having signed the Paris Climate Agreement in April of last year, Ukraine has committed itself to investing and developing its Green energy sector. To help us understand how the Ukrainian government plans to do this, we were joined by the Deputy Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine, Mykola Kuzyo. _ Subscribe to UATV English: https://goo.gl/VHU7bk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UATVEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/UATV_en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uatv.en Medium: https://medium.com/@UATV_English Watch UATV live: http://uatv.pro/
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6th Kyiv Security Forum  Debates - Natural resources and the future - confrontation or cooperation
 
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The Kyiv Security Forum, initiated be Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation is an annual event to discuss the current issues of European security and a platform for representatives of regional and global organizations along with government and independent experts to debate and discuss solutions to both soft and hard European security issues, including regional conflicts, illegal migration, energy security, organized crime, refugees, border management, corruption, terrorism, nuclear and conventional weapons proliferation, human trafficking, etc. More details: ksf.openukraine.org
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Facts about UKRAINE | Україна | Україна FACTS
 
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Subscribe for a new videos every week! ►► https://goo.gl/8Ve9bg ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The name Ukraine is believed to originally mean "borderland" or "region". In English 'The Ukraine' used to be the form used now it is just called 'Ukraine'. Ukraine has an area of 603,628 km² (233,062 mi²), which makes it the largest country with its entirety within Europe. Ukraine shares land borders with 7 countries, Russia, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Moldova. The official language of Ukraine is Ukrainian, it is the dominant language spoken in western and central cities and many rural areas of the country. Most native Ukrainian speakers know Russian as a second language. In eastern and southern cities Russian is the most spoken language. Over 44.5 million people live in Ukraine (44,573,205) as of July 2013. The capital city of Ukraine is Keiv, which is home to over 2.8 million people. The highest point in Ukraine is the Hora Hoverla at 2,061 metres (6,762 ft), it is located in the Carpathian Mountains. The only other mountain ranges are the Crimean Mountains in the south. The central heartland of Ukraine is a large flat rich-soiled area known as the steppe. Ukraine became an independent country on the 24th August 1991 following the collapse of the Soviet Union. As of 2011, Ukraine was the world's third-largest grain exporter and used to be called the breadbasket of the Soviet Union. The country also has large deposits of natural resources including iron, coal, gas, oil, manganese and other metals. The Ukraine currency is called the Hryvnia. The world's worst nuclear power plant accident, the 1986 Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster, took place in the now abandoned Ukrainian town of Pripyat. Ukraine has many interesting animals including lynxes, wolves, wild boar, brown bears, beavers, otters, hamsters and gophers. Carp, bream and catfish are common fish species, while Great White Pelicans are native to south-west areas. Football (soccer) is the most popular sport in Ukraine, the two most successful clubs teams are rivals FC Dynamo Kyiv and FC Shakhtar Donetsk. Ukraine co-hosted the 2012 UEFA Euro's with Poland. Ukrainian brothers Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko have both held world heavyweight boxing titles. Traditional Ukrainian dishes include varenyky and pierogi dumpling dishes, soup called borsch and famous specialities named after the capital city such as Chicken Kiev and the dessert Kiev Cake. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This video is purely for educational purposes only. All audio has been produced by SuperDuperFacts. All images used have been legally purchased from Fotolia All voice overs produced in London, England and recorded in the SuperDuperFacts recording studio.
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Amazing Ukraine - Open for Ecotourism
 
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Ecotourism is popular in the world. Unique natural resources, scenic rivers, dense forests and millennial mighty mountains - only a part of all that we can show. New amazing web portal about Ukraine and its culture, tradition and best places will be launched soon. Stay tuned and check - http://amazingukraine.today/
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UNDP Ukraine Water Resources
 
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The country has seven major river basins. All of them discharge into the Black Sea except the the Northern Bug, which flows towards the Baltic Sea. The Danube River contributes almost 80 percent of inflow to transboundary rivers. Resources are unevenly distributed throughout the country. Some areas experience water shortages. There are about 3,000 natural lakes in Ukraine, with a total area of 2,000 square kilometres. The largest freshwater lakes have an approximate area of 50 square kilometres and are located in the central and southern parts of the country. In addition, there are about 12,000 square kilometres of swamp (peat soil) in the north.
How the Syrian Crisis is REALLY about Oil and Europe | REAL MATTERS
 
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► Subscribe on YouTube : http://bit.ly/2uQHX6B ► Instagram : http://bit.ly/2uQIq8R Lets look at the oil and natural gas pipelines that run through the Middle East and Syria and why this conflict is really about Europe's addiction to oil in 2017. Remember to Like & Sub! Check out my new report. Why Erdogan is Nervous about The Kurds in Turkey : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wun4CR-DvwY&t=5s ________________ Syria itself is not a major energy producer in the region, however its importance lies as a potential transit hub from energy suppliers like Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq towards the thirsty energy markets of Europe. Notably proposed pipelines of major energy projects would pass through Syria , into Turkey and then enter the European grid. With the onset of the Civil war in Syria, the proposed pipeline projects have all been put on hold and their future is unclear. The most important aspect of this, is Europes need for energy diversity. Europe and Russia The EU’s energy thirst is estimated to be the second largest in the world after the United States. Notably, some 70- 80% of its energy requirements are satisfied by Russian gas and oil, piped in mostly through Ukraine. Disputes between Ukraine and Russia over energy first publicly surfaced in 2002 and culminated in 2009 when Russia cut supplies to Ukraine for short period of time, setting off panic in European capitals. This made the issue of Europes energy reliance on Russia more pressing. The subsequent Civil war in Ukraine is also deeply linked to this relationship. But this will be examined in a later video so please Subscribe with the button below if you want to hear more about that. European leaders came to the understanding that Europe needed a more diverse energy environment. Backed by the United States they sought to bring energy supplies, mainly from the energy rich Middle East into Europe. Syria’s position as a important transit route elevated the need for an agreement with the Syrian government that would bring supplies from the energy rich Gulf and Saudi Arabia into Europe, bypassing Russia . The Syrian Pipelines A Pipeline was proposed by Saudi Arabia and Qatar ,backed by the United States , which would use Syria as a transit route. The Pipelines would Saudi- Qatar pipeline would pass through Jodan - Syria and Turkey before entering Europe. The Syrian Government rejected the proposal. Syria's rationale for the rejection the Saudi-Qatari pipeline proposal was said to be "to protect the interests of [its] Russian ally, which is Europe's top supplier of natural gas." A competing Pipelines was also proposed dubbed The Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline . A natural gas pipeline running from Iran towards Europe via Iraq, Syria and Lebanon to supply European customers as well as Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. The pipelines ran into numerous problems mostly from US pressure and its Swiss backers have since stopped its financing. The earliest proposed Pipeline intended to bypass Russia was the Nabucco Pipeline. Which aims to bring Caucasus and Iraqi oil through Turkey, the balkans and ending in Austria. This project is also supported by a number of EU member states and the United States. The project was later scrapped in favour of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline , which has now been almost completed and will start by bringing BP’s Azerbaijani Energy through Turkey - Greece- Albanian into Italy. The project is aimed to start supplying oil and gas by 2018 and the pipeline itself is in the final stages of competition. Once ready, this will be the first major means of energy diversification in Europe.
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Ukraine River Cruise Travel Video - Dnieper River Tour in Europe
 
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Our Ukraine Cruise is a real gem. This once hidden and unknown country is now open to tourists. History dates back over 1000 years and you can see wonderful landmarks in the capital city of Kiev. The Dnieper River offers you an up close and personal view of the culture and people that call the Ukaine home. Read more Information about our Ukraine River Cruise: http://www.rivercruises.net/europe/ukraine/ Welcome to Ukraine, one of Europe's last hidden treasures. Long in the shadow of the Soviet Empire, this lovely country, rich in history, culture and natural beauty, regained its independence in 1991 and opened its doors to the world. From gorgeous Odessa, the gateway to the Black Sea, to Yalta and its world-class beaches, to Zaporozhye, the home of the fearless Cossack warriors, and to cosmopolitan Kiev, with its wide, tree-lined boulevards and a thousand-year-old history, Ukraine is a true treasure chest of natural and man-made attractions waiting to be explored. We are pleased to introduce to you this new and exciting travel destination in the hopes that we may one day share in the pleasure of your company as you discover Ukraine with us. One of the best ways to explore this diverse country is by cruising the magnificent Dnieper River. At 1,420 miles in length, it is the third longest river in Europe, after the Volga and the Danube. The benefits of a river cruise are many. No packing and unpacking, as our floating hotel will take you from one exciting destination to the next. All your meals are included, as are most of your shore excursions. Our on-board staff of guides, cruise directors, and talented entertainers will delight you with their lectures, music, and hospitality. Sit back and enjoy an unforgettable journey from Odessa to Kiev, and all of the unique Ukrainian stops in between. As either a starting or ending point for our cruises, Odessa is sure to delight you. A mild climate and a youthful, vibrant population have drawn the rich and the famous to this Black Sea port for centuries. Its most famous citizen, the French Duke De Richelieu, transformed the city into a thriving center of commerce and culture. Its Opera House, and the Potemkin Stairs, are world-renowned, while its tree-lined promenades and classical buildings painted in pastel hues invoke another era. Life on board our floating hotel will be as exciting as the ports you will be visiting. Our first stop, Sevastopol, is home to the Russian Navy's feared Black Sea Fleet. Closed to foreign visitors until the early 1990s, Sevastopol today is a city of clean and orderly boulevards, neo-classical Russian buildings, and the unique Panorama Museum. As our ship sails from Sevastopol to Yalta, the optional bus excursion across the Crimean peninsula will take you to see the unique cliff-side fortress of Swallow's Nest. The historic Livadia Palace, the location where Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill decided the fate of post-war Europe, will be equally impressive. Stunningly situated between the Crimean mountains and the Black Sea, Yalta has been a major destination for poets, politicians, artists, writers, and the Russian Czar's family. Kherson is the gateway to the Dnieper delta. Here, you will board smaller boats that will take you to an authentic Ukrainian fishing village. A local family will host an al fresco lunch, accompanied with some improvised entertainment. Zaporozhye, a name that conjures up images of fierce, pony-tailed warriors, is also the home of the first independence movements of Ukraine. Here you will enjoy a tour of the city, and a visit to the unique Zaporozhye Cossack museum. The optional Cossack show will feature their horsemanship, weapon skills, and music. Home to Ukraine's favorite son, Taras Shevchenko, Kanev is both his birthplace and burial ground. After a tour of his museum, you will enjoy a special shashlik barbecue. There will be wine, entertainment, and a selection of songs performed by our enthusiastic flower girls. Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, is also recognized as the birthplace of Kievan Rus, or Russia. It came to be in 988, when Prince Vladmir the Great baptized the whole country and introduced Christianity to this part of the world. Today, it's a city of wide boulevards, giant chestnut trees, and a smiling and youthful population. The people are friendly, the city is beautiful. We hope you have enjoyed our short intro to Ukraine. we also hope we will have the pleasure of your company in the nearest future, as we sail along the beautiful Black Sea and the romantic Dnieper River. Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/valuecruises
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Why invest in Ukraine?
 
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http://www.farming.in.ua Why invest in Ukraine? Huge, level fields 70% arable land High soil fertility Close to markets Widely-developed transport infrastructure Minimal purchasing costs Country with huge natural resources BUT old machinery Poor technology & Management Foreign investment is needed to develop the sector We are here to serve you!
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U.S.: Russia uses energy supplies 'to control Ukraine'
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has stirred up the pot in Ukraine once again, this time by threatening to cut off gas deliveries to the country. This, as NATO says Russia has deployed tens of thousands of troops on the eastern Ukrainian border. Connie Kim reports. The United States was quick to respond to Russian President Vladimir Putin's warning that Moscow may cut its gas supply to Ukraine. It has accused Russia of trying to take control of Ukraine using its natural resources as a leverage point. "We condemn Russia's efforts to use energy as a tool of coercion against Ukraine. Ukraine is now paying $485, a price clearly not set by market forces and well above the average price paid by EU members." The State Department spokesperson also added that Washington is encouraging Ukraine and its Western border allies to prepare to reverse natural gas flows in the pipeline so that Kiev has access to additional gas supplies if needed. Putin's warning came after Kiev missed a deadline to pay its two-point-two billion U.S. dollar gas debt. In a letter to 18 European countries...Putin said gas giant Gazprom will be "compelled" to require that Ukraine make up-front payments,... and that if the back payments are not made... the gas tycoon could "completely or partially cease gas deliveries" as a last resort. Moscow's threat is worrying for European countries, as pipelines transiting Kiev carry Russian gas to several European Union countries including Germany,... the largest Russian gas consumer. Meanwhile,... NATO released satellite images of the eastern Ukrainian border in late March and early April. They showed that some 40-thousand Russian troops were deployed along with warplanes and helicopters. An official from NATO says this is a capable force that is ready to quickly move into Ukraine with orders. The revelations of the pictures come before top diplomats from the U.S., Russia, and Europe are set to gather for a ministerial-level meeting next week. Connie Kim, Arirang News.
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WSF2015 - How to Reform Ukraine?
 
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Session in partnership with the Polish - Ukrainian Cooperation Fund PAUCI, Poland Speakers: Ms Hanna Hopko, Chairperson, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine Bio: http://warsawsecurityforum.org/people/hanna-hopko/ --- Ms Sylvie Kauffman, Editorial director, Le Monde, France Bio: http://warsawsecurityforum.org/people/sylvie-kauffman/ --- Mr Ihor Sevchenko, Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources(2014 - 2015), Ukraine Bio: http://warsawsecurityforum.org/people/igorshevchenko/ --- Mr Marcin Święcicki, Member of Polish Parliament, Poland Bio: http://warsawsecurityforum.org/people/marcin-swiecicki/ --- Moderator: Mr Jan Piekło, Director, PAUCI Foundation, Polnad Bio: http://warsawsecurityforum.org/people/jan-pieklo/
How to protect Ukrainian wildlife in accordance with the EU standards? UCMC 12.03.2018
 
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Topic: "Visa- and border-free: how to protect Ukrainian wildlife in accordance with the EU standards?" Ostap Semerak, Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine Jose Manuel Hernandez, First Secretary, EU Delegation to Ukraine, “Competitive Politics and Energy Markets” Program Mykola Kuzio, Deputy Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources on European Integration Ralph Yulih, Project Manager of the EU project “Support to Ukraine in approximation of the EU environmental acquis” Anastasia Drapaliuk, Department for ecological network and natural reserves, Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine Andriy Andrusevych, senior analyst at the Resource and Analytical Center "Society and Environment" Oleksiy Vasylyuk, ecologist of NGO "Ecology-Law-Human"
Romania Energy Independence: Romania is moving away from Russian gas supplies
 
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Romania has announced that it is moving away from Russian gas. The country is working to rely on its own gas resources in an attempt to completely free itself of natural gas imports from Russia. Starting in April, Romania hopes import no gas from Russia for several months. Meanwhile, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria are reportedly close to signing a memorandum on the construction of a new pipeline called Eastring in a move designed to diversify Europe's gas supply infrastructure. Slovak gas pipeline operator Eustream said the pipeline would help Europe wean itself off its dependence on Russian gas. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Echoes of the cosmic catastrophe, Ukraine.
 
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Unidentified objects formed from shock impact cosmogenic origin on the ground. Impact craters, explosion-wave depression, major depression formed from high-altitude detonation of unconsolidated space body shell components. Geomorphological changes in the terrain after the high-altitude detonation friable components of the cosmic body. Between Cherkassy and Vinnitsa regions. Ivanhorod, Chortoryia, Hraniv villages, Ukraine. The field of impact craters in natural boundary Levada G+ community "Meteorite craters in Ukraine" Additional materials: 1. Georeferenced photos (Panoramio is closing. Sad) http://www.panoramio.com/user/4489793?comment_page=1&photo_page=3 http://www.panoramio.com/user/4489793?show=all 2. G+ community «Meteorite craters in Ukraine» https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/116619469559538795251 3. Methods of interactive search meteorite craters using free software and a variety of Internet resources (Ukrainian) https://plus.google.com/102115177477233059292/posts/K68BHnNxF2e 4. Field exploration pdf file https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxPlTWyNQv0oSzlMRWI4Q3JVR1U 5. Part 1 - Field exploration in the natural boundary «Levada», Ukraine - Landsat on AWS App V2.0 Ivanhorod - Chortoryia - Hraniv field of impact craters https://youtu.be/lPL2QjjIsNk 6. Part 2 - Field exploration in the natural boundary «Levada», Ukraine, 8/15/2016 https://youtu.be/m2URuvNvLfA 7. Part 3 - Field exploration in the natural boundary «Levada»", Ukraine, 04\01\2017 https://youtu.be/dNR1_ySRqS4 8. On-line demonstration ArcGIS project Ivanhorod - Chortoryia - Hraniv The field of impact craters, Ukraine http://arcg.is/2bCtAXS
Views: 63 Valery Latuha
Ukraine in the international climate policy process. UCMC, 23.11.2016
 
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Topic: “Ukraine in the international climate policy process” Svitlana Grynchuk, director of Department on Climate Change, Atmosphere Protection and Preserving the Ozone Layer, Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine Oleksiy Ryabchyn, MP (“Batkivschyna” faction) Iryna Stavchuk, expert of the National EcologicalCenter of Ukraine
UNESCO Heritage Sites, Ukraine
 
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7 Ukrainian objects are inscribed on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List, and there are 16 submissions to the tentative list. These sites are only a small part of the monuments that are valuable both for our state and the world as a whole. Ukraine has such a huge potential of natural, historical and cultural resources, that it can be included to a higher extent to the UNESCO’s World Heritage List. The video is made to order by the public organization "АПІ". Produced as a part of the Project "Strengthening Common Engagement and Mutual Support in Raising Awareness of World Cultural Heritage Values" supported by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany. Divaki production, 2017 http://divaki.com.ua
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Every Drop Matters Video
 
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Projects "Every Drop Matters" and Municipal Governance and Sustainable Development Programme of United Nations Development Programme present 11-minute video, which draws attention to rational attitude to water resources of the planet. The video was produced in context of the joint Project of UNDP and Coca-Cola company in Ukraine "Every Drop Matters". UNDP in Ukraine and Coca-Cola company under support of TM "BonAqua" jointly implement the Project "Every Drop Matters" in order to support: a) rehabilitation and protection of natural water springs; b) facilitate self-organisation through joint actions; c) raise awareness among youth on rational attitude to water resources; In 2011-2012 the Project "Every Drop Matters" was implemented in partner municipalities by UNDP Project "Municipal Governance and Sustainable Development Programme". In 2011 the Project supported implementation of 6 community projects for rehabilitation of natural water springs in 5 partner municipalities -- Ivano-Frankivsk, Novograd-Volynskiy (Zhytomyr Region), Rivne, Tulchyn (Vinnytsia Region). The trainings on rational water usage was held in context of the project in order to raise socially responsible behaviour of the youth to environment and personal responsibility for nature and water resources. Also, local communities rehabilitated the water springs with their own efforts. Project implementation experience revealed that it is necessary to draw attention of wide public to problem of limited water resources. A citizen of Ukrainian city on average uses from three hundred to three hundred and thirty litres of water per day. Out of which 60 litres is used for washing the dishes, at least sixty more litres for taking a shower, forty five litres -- for laundry and fifteen litres for cooking. The same amount flows out through loosely closed taps, leaking sinks, showers, taps and toilets. However, everyone can treat this natural treasure rationally. If you half the time, spent in a shower, the water consumption of a family will reduce to 90 litres per day. If you close a tap whilst brushing your teeth, you will save up to 15 litres of water per day. Another way to rationally save water is to wash the dishes in a water-filled sink or in a dishwasher using environmentally friendly household cleaning products. The key message of the video is that water resources in Ukraine and the world are limited and need rational attitude. Each person can contribute to preserving water resources. The communities can rehabilitate natural water springs and provide water to thousands of local residents. The shooting of the video was done in Rivne municipality during the training for the teachers and construction works for spring rehabilitation and in Novograd-Volynskiy during the training for schoolchildren. Also, the video contains and interview with Ricarda Rieger, UNDP Country Director in Ukraine and Olesya Zhylynska, Media Director of Coca-Cola LTD and representatives of local communities. The video was produced by TTB Studio.
Views: 1558 UNDP Ukraine
Attack Russia via Ukraine before the US economy collapses
 
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The clock is ticking for the collapse of the Western financial system. Its only chance of survival is to seize control of Russia, steal its vast natural resources and eliminate its geo-political resistance. In 2014-2015 one of these two scenarios will inevitably unfold: 1. Regime change in Russia (by war, terrorism or infiltration) to bring to power a new authority, whom the Western politicians and media will call "pro-Western", "democratic", "restoring Russia from its isolation", etc., or: 2. Collapse of the Western economy, in particular the United States of America, when the BRICS countries finally pull the plug on their financing of the US government. Evgeny Fedorov, a deputy in the Russian parliament, and coordinator of the People's Liberation Movement, explains the role of Ukraine as a platform for launching an attack on Russia and the "contest" which is being conducted by the US to identify candidates with the right credentials for the post of President of Ukraine, which principally means enthusiasm to attack Russia, with nuclear weapons if necessary. English subtitles. Russian original: http://poznavatelnoe.tv/fedorov_bomba_timoshenko Daily news & analysis on Ukraine-Russia: http://fortruss.blogspot.com/ http://niqnaq.wordpress.com/ http://russia-insider.com/ http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.com/ http://www.youtube.com/user/ygfront/videos?view=0&sort=dd
Views: 4347 New Insight
Ukraine In A Nutshell And Why We Should Care
 
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Ukraine is just another attempt from global bankers to attempt to seize more economies and their local natural resources. We've heard about Iran, then Syria, and now Ukraine. We will probably continue to hear more pleas for war, as the US dollar weakens and the global bankers who are running our monetary system (via the privately-owned Federal Reserve) grapple for a way to shift the blame when the dollar finally collapses. We must continue to resist war efforts, no matter how convincing. We must realize the hidden agendas and the propaganda used to maneuver the US as pawns in a greater global banking agenda. Remember these stories: TESTIMONY TO GO TO WAR IN KUWAIT WAS FAKED: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmfVs3WaE9Y BBC FAKES CHEMICAL WARFARE ATTACK IN SYRIA FOR WAR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Fc6vBCjVmA US SUPPLIED REBELS WITH CHEMICAL WARFARE THAT THEY ACCUSED ASSAD OF USING ON HIS OWN PEOPLE: http://www.infowars.com/5-lies-invented-to-spin-un-report-on-syrian-chemical-weapons-attack/ "UKRAINE CRISIS LEADING TO GLOBAL ECONOMIC RESET" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZI1u0AArNcQ "THE PERFECT ECONOMIC STORM IS NOW FORMING AND IT WILL COLLAPSE THE ECONOMY" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r21qoeR3_wM "Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws" — Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild
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Bypass Ukraine w/South Stream Gas Pipeline Treaty
 
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June 24, 2014- US psychosis will not promote Oil and Gas production in their own country but they want to be in control of it in Europe and prevent Russia from helping. "Russia and Austria have agreed on a joint company to construct the Austrian arm of the $45 billion South Stream gas pipeline project, which is expected to deliver 32 billion cubic meters of Russian gas to the country, bypassing Ukraine. At Tuesday's meeting in Vienna, the creation of South Stream Austria was announced.The company will be 50 percent owned by Gazprom, Russia's largest gas producer, and 50 percent by Austria's OMV Group, the country's largest oil and gas company. Construction on the Austrian section is expected to begin in 2015 and that the first deliveries will start in 2017, reaching full capacity in January 2018. OMV spokesman Robert Lechner was more optimistic, and said the first South Stream deliveries could come as early as 2016. In April, Gazprom and the OMV Group signed a memorandum to implement the South Stream project in Austria. At Tuesday's meeting in Vienna, OMV CEO Gerhard Roiss said that South Stream fully complies with EU legislation. "This project- investment in European energy security- will fully comply with EU legislation," Roiss said, as quoted by ITAR-ITASS. There has been controversy over South Stream, as is it needs EU approval so that it doesn't violate Europe's 'Third Energy Package', which says a company cannot both own and operate pipelines within the European Union. Bulgaria and Serbia, countries nearly 100 percent dependent on Russian gas, have faced pressure from the EU to halt construction. Ahead of Putin's visit to Vienna, Austrian ministers said they remained committed to Russia's South Stream project and that they plan to speed it up. The geopolitical conflict in Ukraine has also complicated the South Stream project, as EU energy lobbying groups are campaigning against the project, to lessen Europe's dependence on Russia. "So far [Austria, Ed,] takes a very clear position, avoiding pressure from the European Commission and in general, public opinion in Europe that wants to halt or even stop the project. At the same time it [Austria, Ed] has enough political clout to promote this project. It's not Bulgaria, which on its own cannot defend itself," Fyodor Lukyanov, Chairman of Russia's Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, said on Monday. South Stream will deliver gas to Europe bypassing Ukraine, which is seen as an unreliable transit state. After switching Ukraine to a prepayment system, Russia and Gazprom fear Ukraine will start to siphon gas supplies headed towards Europe, as the country did in 2006 and 2009. Miller worries Ukraine may resort to this tactic in winter, once it runs out of its underground storage supplies of natural gas. "If Ukraine begins to siphon off gas, we will increase supplies via North Stream, and maximize the load through Yamal-Europe," Aleksey Miller, CEO of Gazprom, said Tuesday in Vienna. The 2,446 km pipeline will stretch across southern and central Europe and will transport over 64 billion cubic meters of natural gas to Europe per year. Gazprom has said the project, estimated to cost $45 billion, can be completed without any funding from international partners. Gazprom is Russia's largest producer of natural gas and provides roughly one third of Europe's gas needs. The head of the Russian Duma's International Affairs Committee, Aleksey Puskhov, wrote on Twitter on Tuesday that "Ukraine is in a long-term phase of unpredictability. Thus, South Stream is the only guarantee of uninterrupted gas supply to Europe." " - Courtesy RT News http://rt.com/business/168044-austria-russia-south-stream/
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Ukraine and Natural Gas
 
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Europe gets about one-third of its energy needs from Russia. Much of it moved through natural gas pipelines in Ukraine. So the stand-off between Russia and Ukraine is being closely watched by nat gas traders here in the U.S. Kate Kelly talked with some of the traders in Texas about price volatility in the U.S. market and how tough it is to make the right call on natural gas.
Views: 503 NBRbizrpt
Part 3 - Field exploration in the natural boundary «Levada», Ukraine 01.04.2017
 
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Two large the impact structures - "Levada" and ""Bumblebee Nest" and the field of impact craters between the villages Sychivka-Ivangorod-Chortoryia in the natural boundary «Levada». Date field exploration 8/15/2016. Uman region, Ukraine. Additional materials: 1. Georeferenced photos (Panoramio is closing. Sad) http://www.panoramio.com/user/4489793?comment_page=1&photo_page=3 http://www.panoramio.com/user/4489793?show=all 2. G+ community «Meteorite craters in Ukraine» https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/116619469559538795251 3. Methods of interactive search meteorite craters using free software and a variety of Internet resources (Ukrainian) https://plus.google.com/102115177477233059292/posts/K68BHnNxF2e 4. Field exploration pdf file https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxPlTWyNQv0oSzlMRWI4Q3JVR1U 5. First video - Landsat on AWS App V2.0 Ivanhorod - Chortoryia - Hraniv field of impact craters https://youtu.be/lPL2QjjIsNk 6. Second video "Part 2 - Field exploration in the natural boundary «Levada»" 7. On-line demonstration ArcGIS project Ivanhorod - Chortoryia - Hraniv The field of impact craters, Ukraine http://arcg.is/2bCtAXS
Views: 52 Valery Latuha
Canadian Solar Power Investor: 'We See Potential in Ukraine for Renewable Energy'
 
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TIU Canada is the first major investor to take advantage of the Canada-Ukraine free trade pact, signed in August 2017. The renewable energy company recently opened its first solar power plant in the Dnipro region, Ukraine. The company installed 32,304 solar panels as part of a project that cost an estimated $13 million. _ Subscribe to UATV English: https://goo.gl/VHU7bk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UATVEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/UATV_en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uatv.en Medium: https://medium.com/@UATV_English Watch UATV live: http://uatv.ua
Views: 225 UATV English
Ihor Shevchenko's address to the people of Ukraine of June 22, 2015
 
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Ukrainian version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4EVgM1AtdA My name is Ihor Shevchenko. I graduated from University of Minnesota and Yale and Harvard Universities, as well as passed New York bar exam. I”ve been the Minister of Ecology and Natural Resourced of Ukraine since December 2014. I do not belong to any political party in the current Parliament. Today, I am addressing the people of Ukraine. The reason I am doing this is the ongoing political persecution that the Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatseniuk has launched against me. Like all of us, I believed, and continue to believe, in the bright future of our nation. Because of this belief I joined this Government, which in accordance with the coalition agreement was formed without any political quotas. I entered this government as a professional, and a member of the civil society. I firmly believe in the ideals of Ukraine’s Revolution of Dignity, and that is why as a minister I have acted vigorously against corruption and to recover assets stolen from the state by the Yanukovich “family”. As of today, I have managed to eradicate all corrupt practices in the Ministry and returned to the state 22 oil and gas deposits from unlawfull posession. However, all of this was done with opposition of the Prime Minister, who has preserved connections with most of Ukrainian oligarch clans and is protecting their interests. I have been approached several times by the members of Arseniy Yatseniuk’s team, representatives of “People’s Front Party,” with requests to appoint persons known to be corrupt to key offices in my ministry. That is how, contrary to the law and my position, a person completely unqualified but loyal to the Prime Minister was appointed as an acting head of the state geological service responsible for issuing licenses for oil and gas exploration and production. At the same time, competent candidates that I officially submitted for appointment are still blocked by the Prime Minister’s office. As a consequence of my uncompromising position in the work of the Government and anti-corruption activities, Arseniy Yatseniuk started to interfere in my personal life and demands my resignation – clearly, an act of political revenge. By doing so, the Prime Minister follows his questionable pattern of action that led to firing of the western-educated former minister of economy Pavlo Sheremeta, former first deputy minister of economy Sasha Borovik - both of whom joined Mikhael Saakshvili’s team in Odessa. Arseniy Yatseniuk will have a moral right to demand my resignation only after he expels from the “People’s Front Party” his close confidant and political ally Nikolai Martynenko. The Parliament must be allowed to vote to remove his parliamentary immunity so he can face charges of corruption in Energoatom case. This action is even more urgent after the Swiss authorities have opened a criminal investigation against Mr. Martynenko. Furthermore, Mr. Yatseniuk should cancel party’s membership and strip MP status of Sergei Pashinsky who, according to the media, is connected to the theft of state oil products valued at around 80 million dollars, and which could have been used for our army’s needs to fight against Russia-backed terrorists. In conclusion, I want to assure you, that I will continue fighting against the soviet-style corrupt system, and carry out reforms in the government that is a quintessential part of my responsibilities as the Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine.
EBRD about the success of the Ukraine’s agriculture sector
 
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Gilles Mettetal, the EBRD’s Director for Agriculture, explains the reasons for the success of the agriculture sector in Ukraine, a strong bonus during a period of economic challenge. On the occasion of a conference in London to further drive forward reforms in the country’s farming sector he shows how government policies have helped the country build on its natural resources of fertile soil. He looks ahead to what still needs to be done and how the EBRD is providing support.
Why To Study MBBS in Ukraine
 
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The 5000-year old Chinese civilization has endured through millennia of tumultuous upheaval and revolutions, periods of golden ages and anarchy alike. Through the recent economic boom initiated by the reforms of Deng Xiaoping, China is once again one of the leading nations in the world, buoyed by its large, industrious population and abundant natural resources
Views: 434 Edu Pedia
Yanukovych’s hunting residences should become national parks. UCMC, 31.03.2017
 
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Topic: “ Yanukovych’s hunting residences should become national parks” Viktor Klid, advisor to the Minister of ecology and natural resources of Ukraine Ihor Lutsenko, MP of Ukraine (faction “Batkivshchyna”), chairman of the Subcommittee on cooperation with civil society of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Corruption Prevention and Counteraction Anastasia Drapaluk, chief specialist of Department on formation of the network of natural reserve fund of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine Oleksiy Vasyliuk, ecologist of the ICO “Environment People Law”
Autumn Melody. National Park Sviati Gory (Holy Mountains). НПП "Святые Горы". Green Video Music
 
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National Park «Sviati Gory» ("Holy Mountains") National Park «Sviati Gory» was established by the decree of the President of Ukraine № 135/97 from the 13th of February, 1997. All the organizational works were carried on by the Head of State Department of Ecology and Natural Resources in the Donetsk region S.Kurulenko. The project of establishment was prepared by the Laboratory of Nature Conservation Problems of Donetsk University under the direction of Deputy Head of the same Department Gennadiy Molodan. He did much to study wildlife and promote nature conservation in the Donetsk region. Being a high-ranking official, Gennadiy Molodan understood the value of the natural complexes which managed to survive, he sincerely felt and understood the responsibility for keeping them for descendants. He was an advanced person in matters of ecology and actually he was the one who brought the aspirations of scientists into a formalized idea of a national park. Gennadiy Molodan’s efforts were not in vain, and the process of creating the park was transferred to the practical level. General public, scientists and administrative structures were involved in the process of establishment of the National Park Sviati Gory. The Mayor of Slavyanogirsk A.Karlov and the Head of the Main Department of Reserves and National Parks of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Nuclear Safety of Ukraine N.Stetsenko also made a significant contribution to the creation of the National Park. National Park "Sviati Gory" is subordinated to the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine. The territory of the park is located in the north of Donetsk region, in Slavyansk, Krasnolimansk and Artemovsk districts. It includes the resort city of Svyatogorsk. National Park "Sviati Gory" is the first national park which has been created in the left-bank Ukraine. The territory of the park is of 40605.5 hectares, 11894.5 of them were given to the National Park for permanent use, and other 28711 hectares are in the use of the Slavyansk and Krasnolimansk forestries and city Svyatogorsk. About 90% of the territory of the park is covered with forests, a significant area is occupied by the floodplain of the Severskiy Donets river with water meadows, lakes, marshes and former river-beds. Currently, 57 species of mammals live here, over 200 species of birds nest here or stay during migrations. 17 species of amphibians and reptiles, 30 fish species have been found here in their typical habitats. Within the territory of National Park and in its closest vicinity there are about 1200 species of vascular plants and at least 1000 species of mushrooms. The flora and fauna of National Park "Sviati Gory" includes 119 plant and animal species, which that are listed in the Red Book of Ukraine, 31 species is included into the European Red List. The history of the park is virtually identical to the dramatic story of the young Ukrainian state. Just before the creation of the park state forestry enterprises have cut down about 40% of native pine forests in the future territory of the park, during the regime of Yanukovych park painfully suffered from poaching orgy and uncontrolled logging. Fighting for the freeing of the city Slavyansk from separatists and armed gangs in 2014 also had no benefit for valuable natural complexes. But the park not only managed to survive, but also saved the heritage which had been entrusted to the park for protection by Ukrainian people. _____________________ Green Video Music Just nature and music We invite composers, musicians, sponsors, advertisers, national parks and nature reserves to cooperation. Together we will be able to save, protect and preserve our nature! Valeriy Lovchinovskiy [email protected] Green Video® MBGVM 0526-1GV-3GVM
Views: 5609 Green Video
Part 2 - Field exploration in the natural boundary «Levada».
 
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Two large the impact structures - "Levada" and ""Bumblebee Nest" and the field of impact craters between the villages Sychivka-Ivangorod-Chortoryia in the natural boundary «Levada». Date field exploration 8/15/2016. Uman region, Ukraine. During time 6-15 been error in my orientation. This is not the direction to the East. This direction West. Been a little tired. Additional materials: 1. Georeferenced photos (Panoramio is closing. Sad) http://www.panoramio.com/user/4489793?comment_page=1&photo_page=3 http://www.panoramio.com/user/4489793?show=all 2. G+ community «Meteorite craters in Ukraine» https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/116619469559538795251 3. Methods of interactive search meteorite craters using free software and a variety of Internet resources (Ukrainian) https://plus.google.com/102115177477233059292/posts/K68BHnNxF2e 4. Field exploration pdf file https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxPlTWyNQv0oSzlMRWI4Q3JVR1U 5. First video - Landsat on AWS App V2.0 Ivanhorod - Chortoryia - Hraniv field of impact craters https://youtu.be/lPL2QjjIsNk 6. On-line demonstration ArcGIS project Ivanhorod - Chortoryia - Hraniv The field of impact craters, Ukraine http://arcg.is/2bCtAXS
Views: 215 Valery Latuha
C4news Malcolm Rifkind on Ukraine: Alexander Nekrassov, James Jeffrey, Anne Applebaum
 
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Former Conservative foreign secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind said the situation was the "most serious crisis since the end of the Cold War". http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26404584 "This needs to be a defining moment and Putin needs to understand this... in the West's relationship with Russia," he said. A former British ambassador to Moscow, Sir Tony Brenton, said Mr Hague must "damp down" the tension between Russia and Ukraine. He said: "[President Putin] has just seen his man, in effect, [Viktor] Yanukovych, overthrown by what he sees as a Western instigated revolt. He [Putin] is determined to maintain Russian influence in Ukraine as a whole, and he has now taken Crimea... hostage." Former British ambassador to Moscow, Sir Tony Brenton, says Crimea has been "taken hostage" by President Putin Labour leader Ed Miliband said there could be "no justification" for Russian military action in Ukraine. "I believe diplomatic and economic pressure we can put on Russia is the best hope we can have for what everyone wants to see, which is the de-escalation of this crisis," he said. The Coup in Ukraine - Obama's Dumbest Plan Yet by MIKE WHITNEY http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/02/28/obamas-dumbest-plan-yet/ "Washington and Brussels ... used a Nazi coup, carried out by insurgents, terrorists and politicians of Euromaidan to serve the geopolitical interests of the West." -- Natalia Vitrenko, The Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine The United States helped defeat Nazism in World War 2. Obama helped bring it back. As you probably know by now, Obama and Co. have ousted Ukraine's democratically-elected president, Viktor Yanukovych, with the help of ultra-right, paramilitary, neo-Nazi gangs who seized and burned government offices, killed riot police, and spread mayhem and terror across the country. These are America's new allies in the Great Game, the grand plan to "pivot to Asia" by pushing further eastward, toppling peaceful governments, securing vital pipeline corridors, accessing scarce oil and natural gas reserves and dismantling the Russian Federation consistent with the strategy proposed by geopolitical mastermind, Zbigniew Brzezinski. Brzezinski's magnum opus--"The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and it's Geostrategic Imperatives" has become the Mein Kampf for aspiring western imperialists. It provides the basic blueprint for establishing US military-political-economic hegemony in the century's most promising and prosperous region, Asia. In an article in Foreign Affairs Brzezinski laid out his ideas about neutralizing Russia by splitting the country into smaller parts, thus, allowing the US to maintain its dominant role in the region without threat of challenge or interference. Here's an excerpt from the article: "Given (Russia's) size and diversity, a decentralized political system and free-market economics would be most likely to unleash the creative potential of the Russian people and Russia's vast natural resources. A loosely confederated Russia — composed of a European Russia, a Siberian Republic, and a Far Eastern Republic — would also find it easier to cultivate closer economic relations with its neighbors. Each of the confederated entitles would be able to tap its local creative potential, stifled for centuries by Moscow's heavy bureaucratic hand. In turn, a decentralized Russia would be less susceptible to imperial mobilization." (Zbigniew Brzezinski,"A Geostrategy for Eurasia") Moscow is keenly aware of Washington's divide and conquer strategy, but has downplayed the issue in order to avoid a confrontation. The US-backed coup in Ukraine means that that option is no longer feasible. Russia will have to respond to a provocation that threatens both its security and vital interests. Moscow is keenly aware of Washington's divide and conquer strategy, but has downplayed the issue in order to avoid a confrontation. The US-backed coup in Ukraine means that that option is no longer feasible. Russia will have to respond to a provocation that threatens both its security and vital interests. Early reports suggest that Putin has already mobilized troops to the East and --according to Reuters "put fighter jets along its western borders on combat alert." Here's more from Reuters: "The United States says any Russian military action would be a grave mistake. But Russia's foreign ministry said in a statement that Moscow would defend the rights of its compatriots and react without compromise to any violation of those rights." (Reuters) There's going to be a confrontation, it's just a matter of whether the fighting will escalate or not. In order to topple Yanukovych, the US had to tacitly support fanatical groups of neo-Nazi thugs and anti-Semites. http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/02/28/obamas-dumbest-plan-yet/
Views: 1122 PublicEnquiry
AccessDNR June 2018  - Maryland Department of Natural Resources
 
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AccessDNR June 2018 - Maryland Department of Natural Resources The June 2018 edition of a monthly video newsletter from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources hosted by Senior Communications Manager Anna Lucente-Hoffmann and produced by Public Affairs Officer Stephen Badger. AccessDNR covers all types of environmental and outdoor news in Maryland -- from the Atlantic coast to the Appalachian Mountains. Follow links below to get more information on this month's content: Mallows Bay Park - https://www.charlescountyparks.com/parks/mallows-bay-park Harris Creek Oysters Sanctuary - http://dnr.maryland.gov/fisheries/Pages/oysters/harris-creek.aspx State of the Coast Conference - https://mdstateofthecoast.org/ Work2LiveWell - http://dnr.maryland.gov/ccs/Pages/work-to-live-well/Work-to-Live-Well.aspx Like what you see? Please subscribe to our channel, give us a thumbs up, and share with your friend and family! Special thanks this month to our new media production intern, Nathan Simms, for assistance with filming and editing.
Views: 4061 MarylandDNR
'No more mollycoddling!' Moscow calls out Ukraine's gas debt denial
 
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Today onwards Kiev's going to have to pay for its gas in advance. Russia's Prime Minister says Ukraine will only be supplied with whatever it's already paid for. Kiev has failed to settle its fuel bill on time for more than a year - and is currently billions in debt. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/zmfsrq RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
Views: 16631 RT
Ukraine Puts Water Strategy High on Development Agenda | Inter Press Service
 
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Ukraine Puts Water Strategy High on Development Agenda | Inter Press Service Climate Change, Combating Desertification and Drought, Development & Aid, Environment, Europe, Featured, Food & Agriculture, Headlines, Health, Natural Resources, Poverty & SDGs, Projects, TerraViva United Nations, Water & Sanitation A lake in Ukraine, which has a relative scarcity of naturally-occurring water supplies in populated areas. Credit: Vitaliy Motrinets/cc by 4.0- A campaign to raise awareness of water security in Ukraine could be an inspiration around the world, activists behind it s... ------------------ Don't Forget Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Ljb34uLxErLR-O4nlb7hQ?sub_confirmtion=1
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How Angola's Capital Luanda became the most modern City in Africa
 
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Luanda, the capital of Angola, is a port city on the west coast of Southern Africa. A seafront promenade known as the Marginal runs alongside Luanda Bay. Angola is a country in Central Africa rich in natural resources. It has large reserves of oil and diamonds, hydroelectric potential, and rich agricultural land. The country is bordered by Namibia in the south, Zambia in the east, and the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the north. Angola also has very close ties with Democratic Republic of Congo, Botswana, South Africa, Namibia, Kenya, Mauritius, Seychelles, Comoros, Zambia, Mozambique, Sudan, Djibouti, Malawi, Angola, Nigeria, Ghana, Gabon, Senegal , Egypt and Senegal among other African Countries. Internationally Angola is a key and strategic ally to the USA, Portugal, Brazil, Canada, Australia, Jordan, Israel, Mexico, Cuba, China, Pakistan, Russia, Qatar, Japan, Turkey, Israel, Ukraine, Argentina, South Korea, England(United Kingdom) and India among others.
Views: 52471 African Insider
Vyshyvanka Day 2017 - James Maloney
 
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James Maloney, Member of Canadian Parliament for Etobicoke–Lakeshore, Chair, Natural Resources Committee, Vice Chair, Canada-Ukraine Parliamentary Friendship Group, encourages his colleagues and fellow citizens to join the International Vyshyvanka Day on May 18, 2017 by wearing a national Ukrainian embroidered shirt. Video: Anna Dombrovska, Misha Lytvynyuk, ectarphoto.com
The Myth of Galicia, Martin Pollack
 
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Full remarks by Dr. Martin Pollack, “The Myth of Galicia”, presented at the The Eleventh Annual Volodymyr Dylynsky Memorial Lecture, St. Vladimir Institute, Toronto, Canada, 9 March 2016. - 2:00 There is not one myth of Galicia. There is a Polish myth of Galicia, a Ukrainian myth of Galicia, an Austrian myth of Galicia, a Jewish myth of Galicia. Each has its own meaning. Galicia was a multi-ethnic, multicultural country, with many different ethnic groups living side by side - 4:00 Galicia is praised as a model of civilization. Galacia can be seen as a failed experiment - 5:02 Galicia is Arcadia of failings, a poorhouse of the Habsburg monarchy. Galicia is "half Asia" - 6:17 Myth of Galicia as Piedmont shared by Poles and Ukrainians alike - 6:52 Galicia evokes nostalgic moments in both Poland and Ukraine - 7:50 Galicia is a phenomenon of Central Europe - 10:02 Writers: Leopold von Sacher-Masoch (born in Lviv, Ukraine), Joseph Roth, Martin Buber, Rabbi Nahman, Bruno Schulz (born in Drohobych, Ukraine), Julian Stryjkowski (born in Strij, Ukraine) - 11:00 Yuriy Andrukhovych, Taras Prokhasko, Halyna Petrosanyak (Юрій Андрухович, Тарас Прохасько, Халіна Петросаняк) all born in Ivano-Frankivsk (formerly Stanyslaviv) - 12:40 Galicia had 2.6 million inhabitants, 200,000 were Jews - 13:23 In 1914 Galicia had a population of 8.2 million (46% Roman Catholic, 42% Greek Catholic. 11% Jewish faith) - 14:18 Galicia had some natural resources, but not many, e.g. salt, oil (oil fields in Drohobych, Boryslav) - 15:50 Galicia Hell, Ivan Franko - 17:04 Polish writer criticizes the Jewish oil magnates in Galicia, Ukraine - 17:35 Galicia was blessed with fertile land, even black earth, but not enough to feed its inhabitants; over population, backward agricultural farming techniques, small land holdings led to endemic famine - 18:24 Polish industrialist Stanisław Szczepanowski "Nędza Galicji w cyfrach i program energicznego rozwoju gospodarstwa krajowego" (1888) (Нещастя Галичини в цифрах та програма енергетичного розвитку національної ферми) - 19:20 Ivan Franko was a brilliant publicist in German; Years of hunger in Galicia: 1847, 1849, 1855, 1865, 1876, 1889 - 20:27 Paul Robert Magocsi - 21:10 Development of railroad in Galicia was very important - 22:18 Galicia known throughout the Monarchy for its deeply rooted corruption, Galicia elections was known as rigged elections; alcohol and alcoholism was prevenlant in eastern Galicia, Bukovyna. The people were not drunkards, rather, much of the pay from owners was given peasants in alcohol This video was not sponsored. Video by UkeTube Ukrainian Video
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Investing in Ukraine
 
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Welcome and Introduction: Ambassador John Herbst Director, Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center Atlantic Council A conversation with: Dr. Anders Åslund Senior Fellow, Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center Atlantic Council Ambassador Paula Dobriansky Senior Fellow, The Future of Diplomacy Project, John F. Kennedy Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Harvard University Ms. Elizabeth Hafner Deputy Assistant for Russia and Eurasia Office of the United States Trade Representative Mr. Vadym Pozharskyi Adviser, Board of Directors Burisma Moderated by: Ms. Myroslava Gongadze Chief of Ukrainian Service Voice of America Ukraine continues to experience historic transformation since the 2014 Revolution of Dignity. While the country faces numerous political and economic challenges, the potential of Ukraine as an investment destination is immense: Ukraine is one of the largest markets in Europe with a great capacity of natural and human resources. Thus, the creation of favorable development conditions for the business environment in Ukraine is one of the most urgent task of the government. While Ukraine has been showing the largest investment potential in recent years, the country still faces structural challenges and more work needs to be done. This discussion will bring together top experts, practitioners, and policymakers to discuss the current investment climate and the most effective means for moving forward. We hope you can join us for this timely discussion. On Twitter? Follow @ACEurasia and use #FutureUkraine
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Ukrainian Killer Anatoly Onoprienko : Documentary on Serial Killer Anatoly Onoprienko
 
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Ukrainian Killer Anatoly Onoprienko : Documentary on Serial Killer Anatoly Onoprienko (Full Documentary) . What a Great documentary! It's very interesting and fun to watch and part of a series of exciting and informative documentaries. This Youtube channel is for learning and educational purposes. Learning and Education are fundamental and important in today's society and becoming increasingly more accessible and convenient online. The availability of important information which is also entertaining helps everyone grow mentally and emotionally as people both individually and as a whole. Documentaries are the resource of choice of the information and internet generations of students around the world. The documentary here along with the other documentaries on this channel relate to important times and people in history, historic places, archaeology, society, world culture, science, conspiracy theories, and education. The topics covered in these video documentaries vary and cover about everything you could possibly want to know including ancient history, Maya, Rome, Greece, The New World, Egypt, World wars, combat, battles, military and combat technology, current affairs and events, important news, Social Studies, education, biographies, famous people and celerities, politicians, news and current events, Illuminati, Area 51, crime, mafia, serial killers, paranormal, supernatural, cults, government cover-ups, the law and legal matters, corruption, martial arts, sports figures, space, aliens, ufos, conspiracy theories, Annunaki, Nibiru, Nephilim, satanic rituals, religion, christianty, judaism, islam, strange phenomenon, origins of Mankind, Neanderthal, Cro Magnon, Inca, Aztec, Persia, Maya, Indus, Mesopotamia, monsters, mobsters, time travel, Third World Issues, planet earth, the Sun, Missions to Mars, The planets, the solar system, the universe, modern physics, String Theory, the Big Bang Theory, Quantum Mechanics, Radio, television, archaeology, science, technology, nature, plants, animals, endangered species, wildlife, animal abuse, environmental concerns and issues, global warming, natural disasters, racism, sexism, LGBT, gay and lesbian issues, and many other educational and controversial topics. Please enjoy and Learn Responsibly!
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WWF's Lords of the Danube - German and French subtitles
 
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The film focuses on the importance of conservation of Danube sturgeons. Even though sturgeons are an important economical and cultural natural resource, especially for the communities along the Danube, five out of six species are threatened and on the brink of extinction. The film reveals interesting cultural stories about the sturgeons and introduces to us fishermen from Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine who tell their sturgeon stories. The film demonstrates that despite threats, there is hope to save these unique species.
Views: 149 Olga Apostolova