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Oleg Gavrish

Oleg Gavrish

The Office of the President was preparing sanctions for Poroshenko because of ties with Medvedchuk— the source

People's Deputy and ex-President Petro Poroshenko feared for good reason that he would be included in the package of sanctions of the National Security and Defense Council that was announced last week. A source in the Office of the President told this The Page.

Negotiations with the IMF: a source in the Ministry of Finance told what the Fund is dissatisfied with

Negotiations with the IMF mission and Ukraine ended with "practically nothing", a source in the Ministry of Finance reported to The Page.

Sinovac told why they chose Ukrainian Lekhim as a partner

Sinovac, a Chinese formulator of the coronavirus vaccine, have explained why they decided to work with the Ukrainian vaccine manufacturer Lekhim.

"Death for Firtash": Servant of the People prepares changes in the gas market—the source

The Servant of the People faction is considering a draft law on changes in the gas market. A source in the faction told The Page about this.

Everything is bad (but not for all). Results of 2020 and controversial forecasts for 2021 from business

The difficult and controversial 2020 is coming to an end. The network users are either laughing, or hoping that in 2021 everything will be fine at once, well, or at least it will be as it was before.

"Russia can create provocations." Interview with Lana Zerkal

The Cabinet of Ministers’ decision to allocate a portion of the Black Sea shelf to Naftogaz for prospecting and developing oil and gas reserves has been highly criticized by both inside Ukraine and outside. The Russian authorities, their Ukrainian satellites, as well as small oil and gas producers accustomed to speculating in licenses by reselling them in foreign markets, spoke out against it. What is behind the Naftogaz intentions, why is the monopoly seeking a project that requires significant capital investments, and whether this will lead to a full-scale war with Russia, Lana Zerkal, Advisor to CEO of Naftogaz Group, told The Page.