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Top 5 News Stories 26 June

Top 5 News Stories 26 June

1. Ukraine has joined the European system of online monitoring of air quality data. So far, only the Donetsk region has been connected to it. Thus, Ukraine has started to automatically transfer data on air quality from the servers of the Ministry to the air quality index system of the European Environment Agency. This was reported in the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources. Source

2. PryvatBank will issue a mortgage at 10% per annum from 1 July. This was reported in the press service of the bank. The mortgage can be obtained for up to 20 years, and the borrower’s down payment will begin at 30% of the cost of housing. The program allows you to buy apartments on the secondary market and apartments in new buildings that have been commissioned. Source

3. Ukraine has released visitors from observation and self-isolation on condition of a negative PCR test for Covid-19, according to the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers. The decision was approved by the government at a meeting on Wednesday with a one-day finalization. Source

4. All checkpoints will open between the border of Ukraine and Hungary on 29 June.This was stated by Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó following a meeting with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba. According to Szijjártó, all five checkpoints will start working. Citizens of Ukraine can enter the territory of Hungary for transit purposes, or for a maximum of 24 hours 30 kilometers inland. Source

5. The Cabinet of Ministers has allocated 47.5 million UAH to support theaters, museums and nature reserves. On 25June, the Cabinet of Ministers approved the allocation of funds from the COVID-19 Anti-Culture Fund for cultural needs. This was announced by MP Oleksiy Honcharenko. The relevant decision must be finalized within three days. After that, the Ministry of Culture must coordinate the allocation of funds with the budget committee of the Verkhovna Rada. After this approval, the Ministry of Finance must make adjustments to the budget, and only then the money will be available to recipients. Most of the money, 28.6 million UAH, is promised to national theaters . Funds are allocated from the Coronavirus Control Fund. Source


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