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Israel and Ukraine sign bilateral free-trade agreement
Yori Yalon and Israel Hayom Staff
January 22, 2019
During the current visit by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, Israeli leaders are discussing other ways of increasing cooperation in a variety of fields, including technology, health, aerospace and science.
Netanyahu asks Romania, Ukraine to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital
January 20, 2019
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu works on continuing to build on existing relations with the two countries, including signing a significant free-trade agreement with Ukraine.
January 13, 2019
Russia after the Ukraine crisis: European, Asian or Eurasian?
As competition grows more intense between the United States and China, Moscow must assess which side will do more to help it solve its problems across the former Soviet space.
Study: A quarter of Jews murdered in Holocaust killed in 100 days in 1942, a 20th-century record
January 3, 2019
The estimated average of 15,000 deaths daily during the “extreme phase of hyper-intense killing” is nearly three times greater than previous approximations.
Two deputy mayors, billiards champ among last 2018 ‘olim,’ many from Ukraine
December 28, 2018
“The educational system, the health system and the way parents relate to their children here is so different and so much better,” said new arrival Y. Novosad of Odessa, a professional athlete and two-time billiards champion at the European Championship.
Fleeing hardship and war, some 400 Ukrainians leave for Israel
August 29, 2018
The latest immigrants succeed 740 others across 19 flights from eight countries who arrived in the Jewish state earlier this summer.
The worldwide work of saving cemeteries and honoring the Jewish dead
June 18, 2018
The ESJF was founded in 2015 to protect Jewish burial sites in Central and Eastern Europe, particularly in places where Jewish communities were wiped out during the Holocaust. So far, it has placed fences around 102 Jewish cemeteries in six European countries and conducted mass field surveys of sites.