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Ukraine in brief. Thursday, June 26

Kyivstar CEO wants to receive Ukrainian citizenship, Ivan Pliusch passed away, Internal Affairs Ministry put Renat Kuzmin on the wanted list, Cabinet decided to establish the Ukrainska Zaliznytsia.

11:43 Russia's Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor) says the term for carriage inwards of Ukrainian products to Crimea has been extended till October 1, reads a statement made by the agency.

It says Rosselkhoznadzor made the decision taking into account appeals from market participants, and for the avoidance of uprising shortage of foodstuffs.

"Until October 1, 2014 is allowed carriage inwards of commodities regulated by Rosselkhoznadzor on permissions issued by Ukraine's competent authority," the statement said.

It also underlines, the products brought in must be used only in the territory of Crimea and Sevastopol.

Rosselkhoznadzor may suspend supplies of crop products from Ukraine over maize pests.

President Vladimir Putin of Russia is against termination of supplies of all dairy products from Ukraine.

Rosselkhoznadzor toughened control over dairy products over Milkiland Ukraine's Slavuta butter-making factory, Prometey Consulting Firm PE (Slavuta, Khmelnytskyi Region), Romny dairy factory, Ros PE affiliate (Sumy Region), Myrhorod cheese factory (Poltava Region), and also Bashtanka cheese factory(Mykolaiv Region; part of Milk Alliance).

13:49 Peter Chernyshov, Chief Executive Officer at Kyivstar, a telecommunication operator based in Kyiv, wants to receive Ukrainian citizenship, he writes on Facebook.

Chernyshov says he is gathering a package of documents for changing citizenship, underlining he is going to give up Russian citizenship.

He notes, he with his wife decided to receive Ukrainian citizenship for the entire family: himself, wife and three children.

Kyivstar relieved CEO Ihor Lytovchenko and appointed Chernyshov instead, effective June 25.

14:14 Ivan Pliusch, former Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada (1991 to 1994, 2000 to 2002), passed away in the early hours of Thursday, reads a statement made by the Presidential Administration press service.

President Petro Poroshenko mourns with the bereaved relatives and friends.

Pliusch was born in the village Borzna, Chernihiv Region.

In 1956 he entered a agricultural technical school and from 1959 was working as a foreman at a state farm.

In 1967 he graduated form the Ukrainian Agricultural Academy, obtained qualification of agricolist.

At the parliamentary election in March 1990 Pliusch was elected as a deputy for the Communist Party, and in 1991 left it.

Pliusch was elected a Member of Parliament five times.

On August 21, 2001 he was awarded the Hero of Ukraine title.

In 2007 he was Secretary of the National Security and Defence Council.

14:33 The Internal Affairs Ministry has put former first deputy prosecutor general Renat Kuzmin on the wanted list.

The search information was posted at the Internal Ministry site in the section 'persons hiding from government authorities'.

Kuzmin is wanted by the Internal Ministry Chief Directorate for Combating Organised Crime as a person hiding from prosecution agencies.

The ex-first deputy prosecutor general and presidential candidate is suspected of committing a crime qualified by Article 371, Section 3 (Knowingly unlawful apprehension detention that caused grave consequences) of the Penal Code.

The offense is punishable with deprivation of freedom for five to 10 years.

A court has issued a warrant to detain the suspect to deliver him.

Kuzmin passed from Ukrainian law-enforcers' view on June 1.

The Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) has said they have not found Kuzmin at the places of his permanent residence in Kyiv and Donetsk.

The PGO has opened an investigation into the unlawful detention of former internal affairs minister Yurii Lutsenko in 2010.

17:17 The Cabinet of Ministers has decided to establish the Ukrainska Zaliznytsia public joint-stock company.

Minister of Infrastructure Maksym Burbak announced this at a press conference.

An inventory of the assets of the enterprises and economic entities in the railway industry is scheduled to be performed before the end of August and an independent appraisal of the assets (including property rights and the state's shares that will become part of the authorized share capital of the Ukrainska Zaliznytsia PJSC) is scheduled to be performed by October.

After performance of these procedures, the Cabinet will be served a draft resolution on approval of the statutes of the Ukrainska Zaliznytsia PJSC will be submitted to the Cabinet of Ministers by mid-November. This will be followed by registration of the public joint-stock company, completion of the creation of the company's asset profile, creation of a management structure, and creation of 25 affiliates of Ukrainska Zaliznytsia.

Ukrainska Zaliznytsia is expected to begin operation in early 2015.

Officials at the State Railway Administration (Ukrzaliznytsia) emphasized that the ban on privatization of railway assets will remain in force after establishment of Ukrainska Zaliznytsia.

The parliament established the procedures for establishment of a joint-stock company on the basis of Ukrzaliznytsia in February 2012.

The state will own 100% of the shares in the public joint-stock company, and these shares cannot be alienated, management of the shares cannot be transferred, the shares cannot be used as collateral, and they cannot be used for creation of the authorized capitals of business entities.

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Источник : Українські новини
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