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KYIVAN RUS PARK INVITES TO MAKE TIME TRAVEL IN THOUSAND YEARS AGO TO JOIN ANCIENT SLAVIC AMUSEMENTS

On December, 1-st and 2-nd the «Kyivan Rus Park» invites to make a time travel in a thousand years ago and join the ancient Slavic amusements.
In the first winter weekend here, in the Principality of Kyivan Rus, there will be a “Winter has knocked on the gates” show-program.
The guests will see the real life of a medieval city, museums and expositions, the horses of historical breeds gathered together from all over the world in the Princely stable, as well as the amusements for any taste: live vocal, horse-trick performances, theatric staging on the historical theme, ancient Slavic diversions, fresh air and good mood.
Ancient Kyiv opens at 10:00. The program starts at 13:30 and lasts till 17:30.
The ticket price: a full adult ticket – 150.00 UAH, for pensioners and students – 100.00 UAH; for schoolchildren – 50.00 UAH, for preschool children – for free.
Ancient Kyiv in the «Kyivan Rus Park» is situated in the vill. Kopachiv, Obukhiv district, Kyiv region. Route taxis leave from Kyiv from the «Vydybitchi» metro station
Detailed information on the website www.parkkyivrus.com
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– or at the cash desk at the entrance to the «Kyivan Rus Park».

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IMF ASSISTANCE TO ALLOW UKRAINE TO CALMLY PASS AUTUMN AND WINTER

Ukraine would calmly pass this autumn and winter thanks to the assistance of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Ukraine’s Alternate Executive Director in the IMF Vladyslav Rashkovan has said. “I am sure that we would calmly pass this autumn and next winter, including thanks to assistance from the IMF,” Rashkovan said in an interview with the Novoye Vremia magazine.
He said that Ukraine would soon receive the next tranche from the IMF under the Extended Fund Facility (EFF).
“I still hope that Ukraine will receive this money. I would think in terms of how it will help us to further implement the reforms that have been launched. Over the past four years it has been done more than in 23 years. The World Bank, the EBRD [the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development] and all international investors admit it, but we have lost a lot of time and we need to develop faster. The IMF is able to help us,” Rashkovan said.

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