Tue.Mar. 2019

BBC. Ukraine’s Oligarch Election: The comedian, the “clone” and the Chocolate King

Broadcast on BBC World TV and BBC News Channel March 2019 As Ukraine gears up for its presidential election at the end of the month, our Kiev correspondent Jonah Fisher meets some of the more colourful candidates and tracks down an oligarch who many claim is pulling the strings from afar.    
Wed.Feb. 2019

In the European Union supported Maxim Golosnoy proceeding against the CEC

Astrid Lulling, is one of the founders of the EU parliament and the EU, a politician from Luxwmburgh, a former EU parliament member from the Christian Social People’s party, the part of the European People’s party. The EU Parliament even named a lounge for taking important decisions after her. I was invited for a session of communication with this remarkable person in Brussels. After being asked about corruption and the process of reforms in Ukraine, about the situation in Crimea […]
Tue.Jan. 2019

Meetings in England: lords, bankers, financiers, members of the Royal Courtyard (2)

The second meeting yesterday was with the direct descendant from Oliver Cromwell, a professional English diplomat – Matthew (Matt) Evans. Matthew was a Vice President of the BAE Systems Company. The military advisor to governments on conflict resolution is working in serious military companies at the present time. BAE Systems is a UK defense company. The company is engaged in the arming, information security, aerospace developments. The cooperation with foreign customers, in particular with North America, is conducted through a […]
Sun.Jan. 2019

Meetings in England: lords, bankers, financiers, members of the Royal Courtyard

Yesterday, the first interesting and extremely important meetings took place. Just at the airport I met a legendary person – Michael Semple. He is a Special Representative of the UK Foreign Office for the Pacific Settlement in Afghanistan, a Professor of the Harvard University, of the Carr Center for Human Rights (Harvard Kennedy School), of the Kennedy School of Government. Also, he is a Special Representative of the European Union and the US State Department. Michael is an author of […]
Thu.Jan. 2019

Presidential elections will cost Ukrainian taxpayers over 2,35 billions UAH

By now, 6 candidates for presidency have been registered with the Central Election Commission: ex-minister of ecology Shevchenko, a human rights activist from Brovary – Ratush, MP from the Petro Poroshenko Block – Kaplin, ex-head of the SSU Nalyvaichenko, chairman of the Agrarian Party Skotsik and Mayor of Lviv, chairman of  “Samopomich” Union  – Sadovyi. The Central Election Commission approved a budget of 2.35 billion UAH for presidential elections, and 1.95 billion UAH for parliamentary elections. Just to recap, in […]
Thu.Jan. 2019

How to Make this Year the Time of Our Victories

Ukraine is being violated by greedy, weird, cruel enemies from inside and attacked by outer enemies from the West. Today, they consolidated their efforts just to satisfy their insane ambitions and increase their wealth. And they are not going to wither as dew under the sun. Only adamant and united force of committed Ukrainians can stand up against them. We are short of time. So we must learn how to unite, achieve our goals, be of help to each other, […]
Sat.Feb. 2016

As it Appears, Decentralization isn’t Real!

In this country, since its independence, nothing has been done in the interests of the state and people. All decisions and laws have been made under a specious pretext in the interests of specific individuals or a group of individuals that have been in power. When it was necessary to tear the post-Soviet property apart, they split the land and collective farms, conducted privatization, issued vouchers by buying them on the cheap, the right people became property owners. Now, when […]
Fri.Nov. 2015

Cities and villages have lost their meaning

People have always settled in large communities. There were reasons for that. Remote hamlets easily became prey to bandoleros or invaders. Hermits were vulnerable to natural disasters – in case of natural hazards, disease, lack of food or necessary goods they were all by themselves. There was no one to come to their aid. Large settlements is an opportunity for joint protection, specialization and exchange of necessary goods, unification of efforts in construction, reconstruction, acquisition and sharing of knowledge, creation […]