Ukrainians will not be able to use coins of small denomination of 1, 2 and 5 kopiykas for cash settlements from today, October 1, due to their withdrawal from circulation.
Over a just a month, the Pecherskyi district court of Kyiv ruled that the freezing order be lifted as regards at least 26 accounts, which law enforcers associate with fugitive Ukrainian ex-president Viktor Yanukovych's allies.
A committee of British lawmakers Monday said that Russian money hidden in British assets and laundered through City of London financial institutions damages the government’s efforts to take a tough stance against Moscow’s aggressive foreign policy.
Since the beginning of 2017, cash in circulation in Ukraine has decreased by 10 billion hryvnia ($384.6 million).
A Russian bank allocated French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen a lone worth 9 million euros in exchange for supporting Russian policy in Ukraine.
Ukraine’s top prosecutor delved into the Yanukovych regime slush fund generated from the money stolen from "each Ukrainian," as put by Lutsenko.
The State Financial Monitoring Service checked the origin of the money posted for suspended Tax Service Chief Roman Nasirov.
Batkivshchyna parliamentary faction leader Yulia Tymoshenko says business partners of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko holding high public offices were involved in an allegedly disclosed illicit scheme to misappropriate assets of liquidated banks.
During his tenure, fugitive President Yanukovych organized a network of criminal rings all over the country to embezzle funds through corrupt practices.
Petro Poroshenko Block MP Serhii Leshchenko says the name of journalist Heorhii Gongadze safeguards his widow Myroslava and their children and opens a lot of avenues to them.
Tax police special task unit "Fantom" and border guards have detained a man at a contact line checkpoint in the Donetsk region, who attempted to smuggle 10 million Russian rubles (about $144,000) and $100,000 into the terrorist-controlled territory.
Three unknown armed persons assaulted a man in the Shevchenkivskyi district of Kyiv, robbed him of $110,000 and fled in a car.
In the Kharkiv region, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU), together with border guards and customs officers, prevented smuggling of a significant sum of money to Ukraine.
It will be possible to return funds stolen by former President Viktor Yanukovych and his associates not earlier than in five years.
Employees of the State Border Guard Service and the State Fiscal Service discovered $260,000 during a search of Volkswagen Tuareg SUV at Novotroitske checkpoint.
Security Service officers seized at Zaitseve checkpoint in the Artemivsk area $450,000 and 12 million Russian rubles (approx. $144,000) intended to be taken to the so-called "DPR."
Former deputy prosecutor of the Kyiv region Oleksandr Korniiets announced that the luxurious apartment in downtown Kyiv, belonging to his daughter, had been provided by the state.