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UKRAINE-COALITION/
RTR221F9
September 18, 2008
Ukraine's Defence Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L) and Raisa Bogatireva, secretary of Rada on national security...
Rivne, Ukraine
Ukraine's Defence Minister Yekhanurov and Bogatireva, secretary of Rada on national security and defense...
Ukraine's Defence Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L) and Raisa Bogatireva, secretary of Rada on national security and defense of Ukraine stand during Ukraine's biggest military drill near Rivne, some 300 km (188 miles) west of the capital Kiev September 18, 2008. Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko accused his Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko on Thursday of humiliating Ukraine's army with inadequate funding, intensifying a confrontation between the two former allies over the country's future direction. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE)
RUSSIA-ELECTION/MEDVEDEV
RTR1XFCG
February 22, 2008
Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) leaders pose for a picture at an informal summit in Moscow's...
Moscow, Russia
Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) leaders pose for a picture at an informal summit in Moscow's...
Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) leaders pose for a picture at an informal summit in Moscow's Kremlin February 22, 2008. Pictured are (L-R) Presidents Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan, Robert Kocharyan of Armenia, Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus, Mikhail Saakashvili of Georgia, Kurmanbek Bakiyev of Kyrgyzstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan, Vladimir Voronin of Moldova, Vladimir Putin of Russia, Emomali Rakhmon of Tajikistan, Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov of Turkmenistan, Islam Karimov of Uzbekistan, Viktor Yushchenko of Ukraine and an unidentified official. REUTERS/Yuri Kochetkov/Pool (RUSSIA)
UKRAINE/
RTX4ZNB
December 24, 2007
Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko (R) hands a bouquet of flowers to Yuri Yekhanurov, Ukraine's new...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukraine's President Yushchenko hands bouquet of flowers to Yuri Yekhanurov, Ukraine's new defence minister,...
Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko (R) hands a bouquet of flowers to Yuri Yekhanurov, Ukraine's new defence minister, as he presents him formally to colleagues in the ministry in Kiev December 24, 2007. A new government linked to the 2004 "Orange Revolution" has taken power in Ukraine and Yekhanurov is one of two ministers directly appointed by the president. REUTERS/Mykhailo Markiv/Pool (UKRAINE)
UKRAINE-GOVERNMENT/COALITION
RTR1UYEH
October 15, 2007
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (C), leader of the largest "orange" group, Vyacheslav Kyrylenko...
Kiev, Ukraine
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, leader of the largest "orange" group, Vyacheslav Kyrylenko, head...
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (C), leader of the largest "orange" group, Vyacheslav Kyrylenko (R), head of the pro-presidential Our Ukraine party and Yuri Lutsenko (L), head of the allied People's Self-Defence group go to sign an agreement in Kiev, October 15, 2007. Parties linked to Ukraine's "Orange Revolution" that swept President Viktor Yushchenko to power initialled an agreement on Monday to form a post-election coalition in parliament and a government. The agreement is to be formally signed when the new parliament holds its first session. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool (UKRAINE)
UKRAINE-GOVERNMENT/COALITION
RTR1UYEF
October 15, 2007
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (C), leader of the largest "orange" group, Vyacheslav Kyrylenko...
Kiev, Ukraine
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, leader of the largest "orange" group, Vyacheslav Kyrylenko, head...
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (C), leader of the largest "orange" group, Vyacheslav Kyrylenko (R), head of the pro-presidential Our Ukraine party and Yuri Lutsenko (L), head of the allied People's Self-Defence group sign an agreement in Kiev, October 15, 2007. Parties linked to Ukraine's "Orange Revolution" that swept President Viktor Yushchenko to power initialled an agreement on Monday to form a post-election coalition in parliament and a government. The agreement is to be formally signed when the new parliament holds its first session. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool (UKRAINE)
UKRAINE-GOVERNMENT/COALITION
RTR1UYE7
October 15, 2007
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (C), leader of the largest "orange" group stands between Vyacheslav...
Kiev, Ukraine
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko stands between Vyacheslav Kyrylenko, head of the pro-presidential...
Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (C), leader of the largest "orange" group stands between Vyacheslav Kyrylenko (R), head of the pro-presidential Our Ukraine party and Yuri Lutsenko (L), head of the allied People's Self-Defence group shaking hands after signing an agreement in Kiev, October 15, 2007. Parties linked to Ukraine's "Orange Revolution" that swept President Viktor Yushchenko to power initialled an agreement on Monday to form a post-election coalition in parliament and a government. The agreement is to be formally signed when the new parliament holds its first session. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool (UKRAINE)
UKRAINE/
RTR1U3WL
September 21, 2007
A women and a Catholic church are reflected in a store window featuring a poster with Yuri Lutsenko,...
Zhovkva, Ukraine
A Ukrainian women and a Catholic church are reflected in the store window featuring a poster of Lutsenko...
A women and a Catholic church are reflected in a store window featuring a poster with Yuri Lutsenko, who is from the Our Ukraine party backing President Viktor Yushchenko, in the town of Zhovkva, near Lviv, September 21, 2007. Ukraine holds an early parliamentary election on September 30, which is aimed at ending months of political confrontation. REUTERS/ Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE)
UKRAINE/
RTR1U3W3
September 21, 2007
People walk past a poster of Yuri Lutsenko, who is from the Our Ukraine party backing President Viktor...
Zhovkva, Ukraine
People walk past a poster of Yuri Lutsenko in the town of Zhovkva
People walk past a poster of Yuri Lutsenko, who is from the Our Ukraine party backing President Viktor Yushchenko, in the town of Zhovkva, near Lviv, September 21, 2007. Ukraine will hold an early parliamentary election on September 30, 2007, aimed at ending months of political confrontation. REUTERS/ Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE)
UKRAINE/
RTR1O8JM
April 02, 2007
Opposition leaders Yulia Tymoshenko (L) and Yuri Lutsenko greet their supporters in central Kiev, April...
Kiev, Ukraine
Opposition leaders Yulia Tymoshenko and Yuri Lutsenko greet their supporters in central Kiev
Opposition leaders Yulia Tymoshenko (L) and Yuri Lutsenko greet their supporters in central Kiev, April 2, 2007. President Viktor Yushchenko, locked for months in a confrontation with Ukraine's parliament and prime minister, signed a decree on Monday dissolving the chamber and ordering a new election next month. REUTERS/Vladimir Sindeyev (UKRAINE)
UKRAINE/
RTR1O5IT
March 31, 2007
Opposition leaders (L-R) Yuri Lutsenko, Yulia Tymoshenko and Vaycheslav Kyrylenko cheer supporters during...
Kiev, Ukraine
Opposition leaders Lutsenko, Tymoshenko and Kyrylenko cheer supporters during a rally in Kiev
Opposition leaders (L-R) Yuri Lutsenko, Yulia Tymoshenko and Vaycheslav Kyrylenko cheer supporters during a rally in Kiev March 31, 2007. Tens of thousands of Ukrainians backing the country's opposition thronged Kiev's main square on Saturday urging President Viktor Yushchenko to call a new parliamentary election to end a protracted political deadlock. REUTERS/Vladimir Sindeyev (UKRAINE)
UKRAINE
RTR1FD7P
July 10, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (from L-R) speaks to Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov, Parliamentary...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko speaks to PM Yekhanurov, Parliamentary Speaker Moroz and state secretary...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (from L-R) speaks to Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov, Parliamentary Speaker Oleksander Moroz and state secretary Oleh Rybachuk during a meeting in Kiev July 10, 2006. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool (UKRAINE)
UKRAINE
RTR1E8Z3
June 09, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (C) speaks during a meeting with parliamentary factions leaders...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko speaks during a meeting with parliamentary faction leaders in Kiev
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (C) speaks during a meeting with parliamentary factions leaders (from L to R) Roman Bessmertny, Yuri Yekhanurov, Alexander Moroz and Yulia Tymoshenko in Kiev June 9, 2006. REUTERS/Mykhailo Markiv/Pool (UKRAINE)
UKRAINE
RTR1E8YT
June 09, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (C) speaks during a meeting with parliamentary faction leaders...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko speaks during a meeting with parliamentary faction leaders in Kiev
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (C) speaks during a meeting with parliamentary faction leaders (from L to R) Roman Bessmertny, Yuri Yekhanurov, Alexander Moroz and Yulia Tymoshenko in Kiev June 9, 2006. REUTERS/Pool/Mykhailo Markiv (UKRAINE)
UKRAINE
RTR1DQPF
May 25, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks during the first parliament session in Kiev, May 25, 2006....
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko speaks during the first parliament session in Kiev
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks during the first parliament session in Kiev, May 25, 2006. The Ukrainian government headed by Yuri Yekhanurov has officially resigned after newly elected parliament started its first session on Thursday. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE
RTR1DQP7
May 25, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks during the first parliament session in Kiev, May 25, 2006....
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko speaks during the first parliament session in Kiev
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks during the first parliament session in Kiev, May 25, 2006. The Ukrainian government headed by Yuri Yekhanurov has officially resigned after newly elected parliament started its first session on Thursday. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE
RTR1DQP5
May 25, 2006
New Ukrainian parliament members applaud as President Viktor Yushchenko (R) speaks during the first parliament...
Kiev, Ukraine
New Ukrainian parliament members applaud as President Yushchenko speaks during the first parliament session...
New Ukrainian parliament members applaud as President Viktor Yushchenko (R) speaks during the first parliament session in Kiev, May 25, 2006. The Ukrainian government headed by Yuri Yekhanurov has officially resigned after newly elected parliament started its first session on Thursday. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE
RTR1DLOU
May 21, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (C), his wife Kateryna Yushchenko (2nd L) and Prime Minister Yuri...
Bykovnya, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko, his wife Kateryna and PM Yekhanurov take part in commemoration rally...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (C), his wife Kateryna Yushchenko (2nd L) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (2nd R) take part in a commemoration rally for the dead in a forest outside the small village of Bykovnya near the capital Kiev, May 21, 2006. More than 50 thousand Ukrainians were shot and buried there between 1937 and 1938 during the period of late Soviet dictator Josef Stalin's repression. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
UKRAINE
RTR1CSZ8
April 26, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) stand outside the "Chernobyl...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko and PM Yekhanurov stand outside the "Chernobyl church" in Kiev
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) stand outside the "Chernobyl church" in Kiev during a service of remembrance for those who fought the fire at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986, April 26, 2006. Mourners marked the 20th anniversary of the nuclear disaster on Wednesday, honouring those who died as leaders pledged to ensure it would never happen again. REUTERS/Ivan Chernichkin
UKRAINE
RTR1CFA5
April 11, 2006
Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (L) speaks to current Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri...
Kiev, Ukraine
Tymoshenko speaks to Yekhanurov in central Kiev after their meeting with President Viktor Yushchenko
Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (L) speaks to current Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov at the presidential administration in central Kiev after their meeting with President Viktor Yushchenko April 11, 2006. Yushchenko invited leaders of parties which cleared the three percent minimum barrier in last month's election to win seats in parliament. REUTERS/Ivan Chernichkin
UKRAINE
RTR1CF2Y
April 11, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) chairs a meeting attended by Socialist Party leader Oleksander...
Kiev, Ukraine
Yushchenko chairs a meeting attended by leaders of parties to win seats in parliament in Kiev
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) chairs a meeting attended by Socialist Party leader Oleksander Moroz (4th R), Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (3rd R), ex-prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko (2nd R) and main opposition leader Viktor Yanukovich (R) in Kiev April 11, 2006. Yushchenko invited leaders of parties which cleared the three percent minimum barrier in last month's election to win seats in parliament. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
UKRAINE
RTR1CF2W
April 11, 2006
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L), ex-prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko (C) and main opposition...
Kiev, Ukraine
Yekhanurov, Tymoshenko and Yanukovich attend a meeting with President Yushchenko in Kiev
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L), ex-prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko (C) and main opposition leader Viktor Yanukovich attend a meeting with President Viktor Yushchenko in Kiev April 11, 2006. Yushchenko invited leaders of parties which cleared the three percent minimum barrier in last month's election to win seats in parliament. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
UKRAINE
RTR1CF2V
April 11, 2006
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L), ex-prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko (C) and main opposition...
Kiev, Ukraine
Yekhanurov, Tymoshenko and Yanukovich attend a meeting with President Yushchenko in Kiev
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L), ex-prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko (C) and main opposition leader Viktor Yanukovich attend a meeting with President Viktor Yushchenko in Kiev April 11, 2006. Yushchenko invited leaders of parties which cleared the three percent minimum barrier in last month's election to win seats in parliament. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
UKRAINE PRESIDENT
RTR17ODH
March 28, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) meets Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov in Kiev March 28, 2006....
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko meets Prime Minister Yekhanurov in Kiev
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) meets Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov in Kiev March 28, 2006. With just over half the ballots of the election counted, the largest number of votes had gone to the Regions Party of former prime minister Viktor Yanukovich. He initially won a presidential election with Moscow's support in 2004 until mass protests against fraud led to the result being overturned, ushering Yushchenko in. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
UKRAINE PREMIER
RTR17LY9
March 25, 2006
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov attends a rally in Kiev March 24, 2006. Yekhanurov
predicted...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yekhanurov attends rally in Kiev
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov attends a rally in Kiev March 24, 2006. Yekhanurov
predicted difficult talks to form a government after a weekend election and hoped liberal parties behind Ukraine's 2004 "orange Revolution" would reconcile and patch up their coalition. Polls for Sunday's parliamentary race give the lead to the Regions Party of Viktor Yanukovich, the Moscow-backed rival defeated by President Viktor Yushchenko after Orange Revolution protests. Picture taken March 24. REUTERS/Ivan Chernichkin
SPORTS
RTR15TWW
February 03, 2006
Ukraine's Family and Youth Affairs Minister Yuri Pavlenko (R) helps President Viktor Yushchenko to put...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukraine's Family and Youth Affairs Minister Pavlenko helps President Yushchenko to put on a uniform jacket...
Ukraine's Family and Youth Affairs Minister Yuri Pavlenko (R) helps President Viktor Yushchenko to put on a uniform jacket of Ukraine's National Olympic team in Kiev, February 3, 2006. The jacket was presented to Yushchenko by Ukrainian sportsmen. REUTERS/Ivan Chernichkin
UKRAINE
RTR18N21
January 22, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (C), Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) and parliamentary speaker...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko, PM Yekhanurov and parliamentary speaker Lytvyn sing the national anthem...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (C), Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) and parliamentary speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn sing the national anthem during a ceremony to mark the Day of Unity in central Kiev January 22, 2006. In an address marking the holiday, Yushchenko called for unity and stability in the run-up to a March parliamentary election. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE
RTR18G53
January 19, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko fetches blessed water as Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L) looks...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko fetches blessed water in Kiev
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko fetches blessed water as Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L) looks on in Kiev, January 19, 2006. Ukrainian Orthodox believers celebrate the holiday of Epiphany on Thursday. REUTERS/Pool/Mykola Lazarenko
UKRAINE
RTR18CQT
January 18, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) addresses the members of the National Defence and Security...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko addresses the members of the National Defence and Security Council
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) addresses the members of the National Defence and Security Council while Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (C) and Council secretary Anatoly Kinakh listen in Kiev January 18, 2006. The meeting was devoted to the effects of political turmoil on social policy a week after parliament dismissed the government. REUTERS/Pool/Mykhaylo Markiv
UKRAINE
RTR18C1X
January 18, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (2ndR) addresses the members of the National Defence and Security...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko addresses the members of the National Defence and Security Council
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (2ndR) addresses the members of the National Defence and Security Council while Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (C), Council secretary Anatoly Kinakh and Parliamentary speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn (R) listen in Kiev January 18, 2006. The meeting was devoted to the effects of political turmoil on social policy a week after parliament dismissed the government. REUTERS/Pool/Mykhaylo Markiv
UKRAINE
RTR18BLD
January 18, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) greets the members of the National Defence and Security Council...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko greets members of the National Defence and Security Council
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) greets the members of the National Defence and Security Council while Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (C) and Council secretary Anatoly Kinakh look on in Kiev January 18, 2006. The meeting was devoted to the effects of political turmoil on social policy a week after parliament dismissed the government. REUTERS/Pool/Efrem Lukatsky
UKRAINE GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT
RTR184CA
January 12, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov listen to journalists' questions...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko and Prime Minister Yekhanurov listen to journalists' questions during...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov listen to journalists' questions during a news conference in Kiev January 12, 2006. Yushchenko demanded parliament on Thursday retract its vote to dismiss the government, deepening the political crisis over a costly new gas contract with Russia. REUTERS/Mykhaylo Markiv/Pool
UKRAINE GOVERMENT PRESIDENT
RTR1830G
January 12, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) speaks during a news conference as Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko speaks during a news conference as Prime Minister Yekhanurov listens in...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) speaks during a news conference as Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov listens in Kiev January 12, 2006. Yushchenko demanded parliament on Thursday retract its vote to dismiss the government, deepening the political crisis over a costly new gas contract with Russia. REUTERS/Pool/Mykhaylo Markiv
UKRAINE GOVERMENT PRESIDENT
RTR1830A
January 12, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) speaks during a news conference as Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko speaks during a news conference as Prime Minister Yekhanurov laughs in...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) speaks during a news conference as Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov laughs in Kiev January 12, 2006. Yushchenko demanded parliament on Thursday retract its vote to dismiss the government, deepening the political crisis over a costly new gas contract with Russia. REUTERS/Pool/Mykhaylo Markiv
UKRAINE GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT
RTR182PJ
January 12, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) addresses his government as Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov...
Kiev, Germany
Ukrainian President Yushchenko addresses his government as Prime Minister Yekhanurov during a meeting...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) addresses his government as Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov listens during a meeting in Kiev January 12, 2006. Yushchenko said on Thursday he had demanded parliament cancel its vote to dismiss the government, deepening the political crisis over a costly new gas contract with Russia. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE GOVERNMENT
RTR17ZLS
January 11, 2006
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov smiles opening a government meeting in Kiev, January 11, 2006....
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukraine's PM Yekhanurov smiles opening a government meeting
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov smiles opening a government meeting in Kiev, January 11, 2006. Yekhanurov was sacked by parliament on Tuesday but President Viktor Yushchenko said Yekhanurov will stay in office until the parliamentary election due on March 26. Yushchenko on Wednesday accused parliament of destabilising the country by sacking his government, a move that sent the local currency tumbling to its lowest in nine months. REUTERS/Pool/Str
UKRAINE GOVERNMENT
RTR17Z85
January 10, 2006
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (C) and members of his cabinet react after parliament deputies...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yekhanurov and members of his cabinet react after parliament deputies voted...
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (C) and members of his cabinet react after parliament deputies voted to sack his government in Kiev, January 10, 2006. Yekhanurov will remain as acting prime minister untill President Viktor Yushchenko names a new premier. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE GOVERNMENT
RTR17Y7I
January 10, 2006
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov gestures holding papers during a parliament session in Kiev,...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yekhanurov gestures holding papers during a parliament session in Kiev
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov gestures holding papers during a parliament session in Kiev, January 10, 2006. Ukraine's parliament voted on Tuesday to sack Yekhanurov's government over a controversial gas deal with Russia. Yekhanurov will remain as acting prime minister untill President Viktor Yushchenko names a new premier. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE GOVERNMENT
RTR17Y7G
January 10, 2006
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov reacts as he addresses the parliament in Kiev, January 10, 2006....
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yekhanurov reacts as he addresses the parliament in Kiev
Ukraine's Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov reacts as he addresses the parliament in Kiev, January 10, 2006. Ukraine's parliament voted on Tuesday to sack Yekhanurov's government over a controversial gas deal with Russia. Yekhanurov will remain as acting prime minister untill President Viktor Yushchenko names a new premier. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
RUSSIA UKRAINE GAZPROM
RTR17PXJ
January 02, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov listen during a meeting...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko and Prime Minister Yekhanurov listen during a meeting on gas issues in...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov listen during a meeting on gas issues in Ukraine's capital Kiev, January 2, 2006. Russian gas monopoly Gazprom said on Monday that Ukraine had stolen around 100 million cubic metres of gas bound for Europe on January 1, local agencies reported. Kiev said it was not, but that if temperatures fell below freezing it would start to siphon off gas as payment for transit fees. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
RUSSIA UKRAINE GAZPROM
RTR17PXH
January 02, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov listen during a meeting...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko and Prime Minister Yekhanurov listen during a meeting on gas issues in...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov listen during a meeting on gas issues in Ukraine's capital Kiev, January 2, 2006. Russian gas monopoly Gazprom said on Monday that Ukraine had stolen around 100 million cubic metres of gas bound for Europe on January 1, local agencies reported. Kiev said it was not, but that if temperatures fell below freezing it would start to siphon off gas as payment for transit fees. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
RUSSIA UKRAINE GAZPROM
RTR17PS3
January 02, 2006
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov listen during a meeting...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko and Prime Minister Yekhanurov listen during a meeting on gas issues in...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov listen during a meeting on gas issues in Ukraine's capital Kiev, January 2, 2006. Russian gas monopoly Gazprom said on Monday that Ukraine had stolen around 100 million cubic metres of gas bound for Europe on January 1, local agencies reported. Kiev said it was not, but that if temperatures fell below freezing it would start to siphon off gas as payment for transit fees. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
RUSSIA UKRAINE
RTR17PKL
January 01, 2006
Ukraine's president Viktor Yushchenko (R) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov speak to journalists in...
Kiev, Ukraine
President of Ukraine Yushchenko and PM Yekhanurov speak in Kiev
Ukraine's president Viktor Yushchenko (R) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov speak to journalists in front of Ukraine's pipeline operator Ukrtransgaz in Kiev January 1, 2006. Russia cut gas supplies to Ukraine on Sunday in a dispute that could hit deliveries to a wintry Europe just as Moscow takes over as chairman of the Group of Eight wanting to showcase its role as a reliable energy source. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
RUSSIA UKRAINE
RTR17P0E
January 01, 2006
Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko (C), Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L), Energy Minister Ivan Plachkov...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukraine's President Yushchenko and energy officials meet in the headquarters of Ukraine's pipeline operator...
Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko (C), Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L), Energy Minister Ivan Plachkov (R) and the head of state-run gas provider Naftogaz Ukrainy Oleksiy Ivchenko (3rd R) meet with energy officials in the headquarters of Ukraine's pipeline operator in Kiev January 1, 2006. Russia cut gas supplies to Ukraine on Sunday in a dispute that could hit deliveries to a wintry Europe just as Moscow takes over as chairman of the Group of Eight wanting to showcase its role as a reliable energy source. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
UKRAINE
RTR1BM6A
December 27, 2005
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks with Anatoly Kinakh (seen from the back), secretary of the...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukraine's President Yushchenko talks to officials about the dispute with Russia over the price of gas...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks with Anatoly Kinakh (seen from the back), secretary of the National Defence and Security Council, Oleksiy Ivchenko, head of gas firm Naftogaz, Ivan Vasyunyk, first deputy of the presidential administration and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L-R) during a meeting on energy issues in the presidential office, December 27, 2005. Ukraine is in a dispute with Russia over gas supplies and prices for 2006. REUTERS/Myshko Markiv/Pool
ENERGY UKRAINE RUSSIA
RTR1BD28
December 20, 2005
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov gestures during a news conference in Kiev, December 20, 2005....
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yekhanurov gestures during a news conference in Kiev
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov gestures during a news conference in Kiev, December 20, 2005. Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko linked tough talks with Russia on gas supplies to suggestion that the Kremlin should pay more rent to keep its Black Sea Fleet in Ukraine's Crimea peninsula. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
ENERGY UKRAINE RUSSIA
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December 20, 2005
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov gestures during a news conference in Kiev, December 20, 2005....
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yekhanurov gestures during a news conference in Kiev
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov gestures during a news conference in Kiev, December 20, 2005. Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko linked tough talks with Russia on gas supplies to suggestion that the Kremlin should pay more rent to keep its Black Sea Fleet in Ukraine's Crimea peninsula. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
ENERGY UKRAINE RUSSIA
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December 19, 2005
Prime Ministers Yuri Yekhanurov of Ukraine (L) and Mikhail Fradkov of Russia shake hands in Moscow December...
Moscow, Russia
Prime Ministers Yekhanurov of Ukraine and Fradkov of Russia shake hands in Moscow
Prime Ministers Yuri Yekhanurov of Ukraine (L) and Mikhail Fradkov of Russia shake hands in Moscow December 19, 2005. Yekhanurov is expected to discuss with Russian officials gas prices and transit, over which the two countries have been at loggerheads since pro-Western and liberal Yushchenko took power in Ukraine in January. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
ENERGY UKRAINE RUSSIA
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December 19, 2005
Prime Ministers Yuri Yekhanurov of Ukraine (L) and Mikhail Fradkov of Russia attend a press call in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
Prime Ministers Yekhanurov of Ukraine and Fradkov of Russia attend a press call in Moscow
Prime Ministers Yuri Yekhanurov of Ukraine (L) and Mikhail Fradkov of Russia attend a press call in Moscow December 19, 2005. Yekhanurov is expected to discuss with Russian officials gas prices and transit, over which the two countries have been at loggerheads since pro-Western and liberal Yushchenko took power in Ukraine in January. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
UKRAINE
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December 03, 2005
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) speak with Agriculture Minister Oleksander Baranivsky, Interior...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko speaks with ministers during the emergency meeting in Kiev
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) speak with Agriculture Minister Oleksander Baranivsky, Interior Minister Yuri Lutsenko, Health Minister Yuri Polyachenko and state secretary Oleh Rybachuk (L-R) during the emergency meeting in his office in Kiev December 3, 2005. A strain of bird flu that may be the type dangerous to humans has been detected among domestic fowl that died suddenly in Ukraine's Crimea peninsula, the Agriculture Ministry said on Saturday. REUTERS/Mykhailo Markiv/Pool
UKRAINE FAMINE
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November 26, 2005
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L), parliamentary speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn (2L), Prime Minister...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko, parliamentary speaker Lytvyn and PM Yekhanurov take part in a service...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L), parliamentary speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn (2L), Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (3L) and other officials take part in a service outside the Mykhailov Cathedral in Kiev November 26, 2005. The ceremony was part of official events honouring the memory of millions of Ukrainians who died in an artificial famine organised by Josef Stalin in the 1930s. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE FAMINE
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November 26, 2005
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (2nd R) Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) parliamentary speaker...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko, Prime Minister Yekhanurov, parliamentary speaker Lytvyn and the mayor...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (2nd R) Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) parliamentary speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn (2nd R) and the mayor of the Ukrainian capital Alexandr Omelchenko (R) join mourners at a ceremony outside the Mykhailov Cathedral in Kiev November 26, 2005. The ceremony was part of official events honouring the memory of millions of Ukrainians who died in an artificial famine organised by Josef Stalin in the 1930s. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE
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November 26, 2005
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) speaks as Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) and parliamentary...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko speaks as Prime Minister Yekhanurov and parliamentary speaker Lytvyn listen...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) speaks as Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) and parliamentary speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn (C) listen during a commemoration ceremony in a park in Kiev November 26, 2005. The ceremony was part of a number of events held in Ukraine this week commemorating the victims of the Holodomor, the manmade famine in 1932-1933 under Stalin's rule, during which an estimated five to ten million people died . REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
ECONOMY UKRAINE SALE
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October 24, 2005
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov talk to reporters after...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko and Prime Minister Yekhanurov talk to reporters after a tender to sell...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (L) and Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov talk to reporters after a tender to sell the country's largest steel mill Kryvorizhstal in Kiev, October 24, 2005. World's largest steel producer Mittal Steel won the tender, by offering $4.8 billion for 93.02 percent stake in the Ukrainian company. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
ECONOMY UKRAINE SALE
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October 24, 2005
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R), Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L) and presidential chief-of-staff...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko watch a television broadcast of a tender to sell the country's largest...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R), Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L) and presidential chief-of-staff Oleh Rybachuk watch a television broadcast of a tender to sell the country's largest steel mill Kryvorizhstal in Kiev, October 24, 2005. World's largest steel producer Mittal Steel won the tender, by offering $4.8 billion for 93.02 percent stake in the Ukrainian company. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
UKRAINE
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October 05, 2005
Prime Ministers Matti Vanhanen of Finnland (L) and Yuri Yekhanurov of Ukraine smile during a news conference...
Kiev, Ukraine
Prime Ministers Yekhanurov of Ukraine and Vanhanen of Finnland smile during a news conference in Kiev...
Prime Ministers Matti Vanhanen of Finnland (L) and Yuri Yekhanurov of Ukraine smile during a news conference in Kiev October 5, 2005. Vanhanen arrived on Wednesday in Ukraine for official meetings with Yekhanurov and Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko. REUTERS/Stringer/Pool
KIEV
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October 05, 2005
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L) and Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko gesture during...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yekhanurov and Ukrainian President Yushchenko gesture during the first meeting...
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (L) and Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko gesture during the first meeting of the new cabinet in Kiev October 5, 2005. President Viktor Yushchenko has called on the Cabinet of Ministers to stick to the consolidated team position in their decisions and not advertise their personal opinions.REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
UKRAINE VOTE
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September 22, 2005
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko addresses the parliament after his candidate Yuri Yekhanurov was...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko addresses the parliament after his candidate Yuri Yekhanurov ......
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko addresses the parliament after his candidate Yuri Yekhanurov was backed by the deputies as Ukraine's new prime minister in Kiev. Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko addresses the parliament after his candidate Yuri Yekhanurov was backed by the deputies as Ukraine's new prime minister in Kiev, September 22, 2005. Yekhanurov, a middle-of-the-road politician and longstanding ally of the president, won on Thursday the support of 289 members of the 450-seat assembly, far more than the required majority of 226. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE VOTE
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September 22, 2005
Yekhanurov receives congratulations after Ukraine's parliament backed him, the candidate of Yushchenko,...
Kiev, Ukraine
Yekhanurov receives congratulations after Ukraine's parliament backed him, the candidate of ...
Yekhanurov receives congratulations after Ukraine's parliament backed him, the candidate of Yushchenko, as Ukraine's new prime minister in the parliament in Kiev. Yuri Yekhanurov (L) receives congratulations after Ukraine's parliament backed him, the candidate of President Viktor Yushchenko, as Ukraine's new prime minister in the parliament in Kiev, September 22, 2005. Yekhanurov, a middle-of-the-road politician and longstanding ally of the president, won on Thursday the support of 289 members of the 450-seat assembly, far more than the required majority of 226. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE VOTE
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September 22, 2005
Yekhanurov receives congratulations from Ukraine's President Yushchenko after parliament backed him as...
Kiev, Ukraine
Yekhanurov receives congratulations from Ukraine's President Yushchenko after parliament backed him ......
Yekhanurov receives congratulations from Ukraine's President Yushchenko after parliament backed him as new prime minister in the parliament in Kiev. Yuri Yekhanurov (L) receives congratulations from Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko after the parliament backed him as Ukraine's new prime minister in Kiev, September 22, 2005. Ukraine's parliament on Thursday backed Yekhanurov, the candidate of President Viktor Yushchenko, as Ukraine's new prime minister, averting a crisis after less than a year in office. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE VOTE
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September 22, 2005
Yekhanurov receives congratulations from Ukraine's President Yushchenko after parliament backed him as...
Kiev, Ukraine
Yekhanurov receives congratulations from Ukraine's President Yushchenko after parliament backed him ......
Yekhanurov receives congratulations from Ukraine's President Yushchenko after parliament backed him as new prime minister in the parliament in Kiev. Yuri Yekhanurov (L) receives congratulations from Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko the parliament backed him as Ukraine's new prime minister in the parliament in Kiev, September 22, 2005. Ukraine's parliament on Thursday backed Yuri Yekhanurov, the candidate of President Viktor Yushchenko, as Ukraine's new prime minister, averting a crisis
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