Odessa Bank decided to absorb the bank from Kiev

The shareholders of MTB Bank (Chernomorsk, Odessa region) at a general meeting on July 13 will consider the issue of reorganizing Center Bank (Kiev) through its merger.

This will be discussed in the press release of MTB Bank.

The shareholders also intend to approve the terms of the reorganization, create a commission for the reorganization and approve the composition of the bank’s board after the completion of the reorganization.

According to the NBU, at the beginning of 2018, the net assets of MTB Bank amounted to UAH 4.2 billion, Center Bank – UAH 296 million, according to this indicator, banks ranked 31 and 80 respectively among 84 operating banks.

As a result of the reorganization, MTB Bank will become the assignee of all the rights and obligations of Center Bank in relation to its customers, partners, counterparties, and the authorized capital of MTB Bank will increase to UAH 635 million.

In addition, the card processing center supporting work with the national payment system Prostir will be transferred to MTB Bank.

Smelyansky was approved by the general director of Ukrposhta

The Cabinet of Ministers agreed on the proposal of the Ministry of Infrastructure to appoint Igor Smelyansky, Director General of Ukrposhta, who is currently acting as general director.

The corresponding decision was made at a government meeting.

According to the approved protocol decision, the Ministry of Infrastructure is required to ensure the conclusion of a contract with Smelyansky within a month.

Earlier, Smelyansky said that on July 2 his first contract for the post of General Director of Ukrposhta ended.

“From July 5 to 9 I will be on short leave, and already on July 12 at a press conference I will announce the results of two years of our team’s work and answer all your questions. In the meantime, in accordance with the law, both I and Ukrposhta continue to work as usual, ”Smelyansky wrote on his Facebook page.

Ukraine increased coal imports

In January-June 2018, Ukraine increased the import of coal and anthracite coal by 40.7% (3 million 207.802 thousand tons) compared to the same period in 2017 – up to 11 million 84.65 thousand tons. About it on Friday, July 6th.

According to the State Fiscal Service, coal was imported in the amount of $ 1 billion 531.067 million. This is 21.8% more than in January-June-2017 ($ 1 billion 256.894 million).

At the same time, coal came in from Russia for $ 962.723 million (share in imports – 62.88%), the United States – for $ 483.95 million (31.61%), Canada – for $ 48.365 million (3.16%), and other countries – $ 36.028 million (2.35%).

In addition, Ukraine in January-June-2018 exported 48.863 thousand tons of coal and anthracite coal for $ 7.991 million, including to the Russian Federation – $ 4.597 million, Slovakia – $ 3.201 million, Moldova – $ 0.132 million, other countries – $ 0.061 million

American scientists noticed the renewal of the nuclear bunker near Kaliningrad

Under the village of Kulikovo, Kaliningrad region, a nuclear weapons storage facility has been brought into an active state, the Federation of American Scientists reports. Whether nuclear warheads are there is unknown. The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) claims that the Russian nuclear weapons repository is being updated near the village of Kulikovo, Kaliningrad Oblast. This was reported on the organization’s website on Monday, June 18.

Scientists refer to satellite images of the object. “He has all the signs of typical Russian nuclear weapons storage facilities,” FAS expert Hans Christensen said in an interview with The Guardian. According to him, the work on updating the facility began in 2016.

The specialist added that the photographs do not prove that nuclear warheads are in the bunker, but serve as proof that the object itself is active. The FAS also indicates that other storage facilities, including those based on nuclear submarines in Kamchatka, were similarly updated earlier in Russia.

Europe fears invasion of Chernobyl mutant wolves – scientists

According to the University of Missouri (USA), there is a risk that wolves from the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant can spread mutated genes throughout Europe.

After people left the territory, many wild animals multiplied there, including such large predators as lynxes, wild boars and wolves.

Now the density of wolves in the infected area is seven times higher than in nearby forests. And young animals began to migrate to neighboring territories.

14 males caught and put GPS sensors on them. It turned out that one of them wandered 300 km from the dead zone for 21 days, where he could quite meet the female and pass on his mutated genes.

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