berlin madame ngo -Gesamt 3 Essen 3 Service 3 Ambiente 2. Wenn Sie der Meinung sind, dass diese Bewertung von der OpenTable-Website entfernt werden sollte, teilen Sie es uns bitte mit und wir werden dies untersuchen. Alpenhof Murnau und das Geheimnis der Blauen Reiter. Definitely go and do book as this place is full for a reason. Pizza Restaurants in Berlin: Gesamt 4 Essen 5 Service 5 Ambiente 4. Gute Pho, aber sonst eher banal. Hier ist der Preis definitiv gerechtfertigt.
Madame ngo berlin -Gesamt 1 Essen 3 Service 2 Ambiente 3. Wilkommen im Madame Ngo. Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht. Mein Vater war Chinese, meine Tanten auch. Gesamt 3 Essen 3 Service 5 Ambiente 4. Dann spielt er wieder mit der E-Zigarette und schüttelt den Kopf. Bewertungen können nur von Gästen gemacht werden, die in diesem Restaurant gegessen haben.
We advise businesses on how to make sustainability activities strategically pay into core business priorities and contribute to competitive advantage.
We provide strategic advice to partnerships among private, public and social sector organisations to help them efficiently maximise impact. We provide management consulting services to international organisations, the public sector and foundations to help im prove value for money.
Partnership Advisory Services 3. Establishing a systematic reporting mechanism for corporate social investments 1. Designing a new budget structure for a humanitarian agency 3.
Strategy consulting for the development of public private partnerships to develop skills for migration origin countries and Germany 2. Impact measurement and monetisation of benefits for new IT-solution 3.
During the meeting, the two Ambassadors observed that Kenya and the Order of Malta cooperate in various areas of mutual interest.
The Ambassadors reiterated the commitment of the two countries in furthering the bilateral relations. Tecla Wanjala and Mr. James Shikwati paid a Courtesy Call on Amb.
Magutt on 11 th July The Embassy wishes them well during their stay in Germany. Magutt on 9 th July It was observed that the two countries continue to cooperate in various sectors, such as Food Security, Health and Sanitation, Vocational Training among others.
High level visits have also been witnessed. The two Ambassadors agreed to continue consulting on areas of mutual interest. During the reception, the Federal Chancellor called on the International Community to continue working together and be willing to make compromises where necessary, for the good of the world.
The conference will be aimed at exploring ways of implementing the " Compacts with Africa Initiative. The Chancellor noted that Germany will continue working with the international community to support peace and security programs in Africa.
On 5 th July , Amb. Jane Kole, the Commercial Attache accompanied the Ambassador. Participants represented both public and private sectors from Africa and Germany.
It is expected that the discussions held will lead to more interactions between Africa and Germany in the areas of trade and investments.
Magutt on 4 th July at the Chancery. The two Ambassadors hailed the excellent bilateral relations that exist between Kenya and South Sudan.
Special attention will be given to capacity development in research. This was agreed upon during a meeting between Dr.
Others in the delegation included, Ms. Ralf Hermann and Ms. It ends on 17 th June Under the Sponsorship of the Mayor of Berlin, the event provides an opportunity for different African countries to show case their cultural heritage in terms of music, dance, sale of crafts, food, clothing, traditional jewellery and cosmetics.
The Festival aims to promote fusion of various cultures and creation of new networks. This year, two Kenyan enterprenuers namely: Margaret Wairimu Schwarz and Ms.
Matilda Warigia are participating at the Festival. Kenya's Paralympic Champion, Mr. Wanyoike was accompanied by his personal Guide, Mr.
Paul Kihumba and emerged fourth in the 10KM race. The Run of Spirit is annual event organized by Evangelisches Johannesstift.
Wanyoike, his Guide flanked by Ms. Kielmansess, an official of Evangelisches Johannesstitf. On 7 th May , Hon. Kareke Mbiuki and Hon.
A Kenyan Scientist, Dr. Isaiah Muchilwa was feted for excelling in a research project, titled, "Innovative Cereal drying and handling technology to combat aflatoxin contamination in Kenya's maize supplies - "Innostore.
Present during the award ceremony was H. Joseph Magutt, Kenya's Ambassador to Germany. The Ambassador congratulated Dr. Muchilwa for the achievement.
In her remarks, the Federal Minister noted that, the Award is part of German's strategy aimed at supporting science, research and development in Africa.
The prize takes the form of project funding for joint German-African researchers. Other Scienctists awarded were from Uganda, Nigeria and Egypt.
The African researchers will work with German partners. The Forum provided an opportunity to develop strategic relationships, learn about innovations in the energy sector and have productive debates on how to further develop fruitful German-Africa relationships in the energy sector.
The students were led by their teachers, Mr. Esther Wawire and Mr. The students are on an exchange programme and are being hosted by students from Phoenix Gymnasium Wolfsburg-Vorsfelde School who accompanied them to the Embassy.
The German students were led by their teacher, Ms. The Embassy commended the exchange programme as a way of promoting cultural cooperation between Kenya and Germany.
A select number of Members of the Budget and Appropriation Committee of the National Assembly of the Republic of Kenya are currently visiting Germany on a bench marking tour.
The delegation arrived in Berlin on Sunday, 22 nd April , led by Hon. James Gichuki Mugambi, MP. Others in the delegation are, Hon.
Millie Odhiambo, MP, Hon. Ruth Mwaniki, MP, Hon. Danson Mwakuwoma, MP, Hon. Bernard Shinali, MP and Hon.
Danson Kachumbo and Mr. Bundestag and Bundesrat as well as meet with officials of the Ministry of Finance. The event provided an opportunity for Diplomatic Missions to show case their countries' cultures, through cuisine, cultural performances and crafts.
The Kenyan booth attracted many visitors who were delighted to savour delicacies such as nyama choma, ugali, samosa, pilau and kachumbari.
The embassy also took the opportunity to promote Kenya as premier tourist destination. The International Tourism Bourse ITB is the world's leading travel trade Show and the world's marketplace and trendsetter of the global travel industry.
This annual trade Show takes place in Berlin and is attended by tour operators, travel agencies, advertising firms, media companies, airlines, hotels and government tourism promotion agencies from around the world.
Other members of the delegation included: The Show focuses on trade, storage, packaging, distribution and marketing of fresh produce. This year's Show took place from 7 th to 9 th February at Messe Berlin whereby, nineteen 19 Kenyan horticultural companies participated.
The Kenyan delegation was led by Mr. The companies show cased products such as mangoes, avocado and a variety of vegetables.
Those who can receive this assistance include, asylum seekers, persons with a negative asylum decision, persons with a residence permit e.
There is however no legal entitlement to voluntary return assistance. For more information for those wishing to return to Kenya, visit https: During the same occassion, His Excellency Hon.
On Tuesday 8th August , Kenyans went to the polls to elect the leaders of their choice to govern them for next 5 - year term.
There were six elections in one: His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta decisively won the Presidential contest for a second term after attaining 8,, His closest challenger, the former Prime Minister Rt.
Raila Odinga got 6,, Handmade art, clothing and cosmetics are also sold at the festival. The Academy's overall objective will be to strengthen the capacity of tax and financial crime investigators in tackling illicit financial flows on the continent.
Joseph Magutt were among the senior Kenya government representatives present. Stephen Ndung'u Karau paid a courtesy call to Amb.
Joseph Magutt on Monday, 12 June This annual event is organized by Evangelischen Johanesstift and aims to promote equitable social participation of all people.
Henry Wanyoike 2nd L with Mr. Hellen Kagwanja from the Embassy and Mr. Wanyoike flagging off the Wheelchair segment of the "Run of Spirit".
Kenyan Diaspora in Germany held a successful forum on 3 June The forum was organized by the Embassy as part of its Diaspora outreach programme and this year's theme was "Forging Partnership with Kenya Diaspora".
The key note address was by H. Joseph Magutt who briefed the Diaspora on developments in Kenya and encouraged them to seize investment opportunities in the country.
Areas of interest to Diaspora such as integration, entrepreneurship, student affairs and consular issues were presented at the forum by different speakers.
The event which was punctuated by different musical groups and fashion shows saw many Kenyans who turned up to interact and learn from the above topics and during the question and answer session.
President Uhuru Kenyatta today i. The Passenger service launch came a day after a similar launch of SGR cargo service that is expected to radically reduce the freight charges between the two cities.
Operationalization of these two services will boost commerce, tourism and accelerate industrialization pace in the country. The newly posted Tanzanian Ambassador, Dr.
Abdallah Possi paid a courtesy call on Amb. Joseph Magutt on 19 May Kenya's Mary Keitany sets a new world record of 2: Her victory smashed the year record of 2: Kenyan runners dominated the top ten slots where Helah Kiprop, Vivian Cheruiyot and Florence Kiplagat clinched fourth, seventh and nineth positions respectively.
In male category, another Kenyan Daniel Wanjiru won the race in 2: His teammates Bedan karoki took Silver and two times world marathon champion Abel Kirui was fourth.
The world record in men marathon stand at 2: Kenyan athletes also swept titles at the Boston Marathon race which was held on 17 April where Geoffrey Kirui and Edna Kiplagat won both the male and women races.
The Embassy and Kenya Diaspora in Germany extends congratulations to all Kenyan athletes for making the country proud through their exemplary performances.
Gilbert Masai led his teammates to a clean sweep of the podium as he won the Men's Berlin Half Marathon held yesterday Sunday 2 April under Vincent Kipchumba and Reuben Limaa took silver and bronze with In women category, Kenya's Joan Melly won the race with The race which is in its 37th edition, attracted 7 Kenyan elite athletes and 4 pacers.
The Embassy and Kenya Diaspora community in Germany convey warm congratulations and appreciations to the team for their sterling performance and for putting Kenya on world map again as home of world champions.
Vincent Kipchumba and Reuben Limaa heading toward finish line respectively. Frank Heinrich - Member of German Bundestag led a trade delegation from his constituency of Chemnitz to visit the Embassy on 27 March The delegation held fruitful discussions with Amb.
Joseph Magutt on ongoing and potential areas of cooperation between Kenya and Germany. It was noted that co-operation is already ongoing in the education sector -vocational training, youth empowerment and capacity development in the mining sector.
The delegation was informed that potential areas of cooperation exist in energy sector, ICT as well as in infrastructure development.
Joseph Magutt represented the Embassy at the event. Piccard is famous for flying the first manned solar powered plane in for 42, KMs in hours, 7 minutes to circumnavigate the globe.
Tourism Cabinet Secretary Hon. Najib Balala paid a courtesy call to the Embassy on 9 March Balala, Members of House Committee on Tourism and section of embassy staff at the boardroom.
It was started in the UK and currently it has footprints across several European countries. While other Kenyan companies participated under different trading consortium.
Fruit Logistica Fair is key platform to all key players in the horticultural sector across the globe to meet, discuss and learn the market trends in the industry.
Europe as a key export market for Kenya's fresh produce, the Fair gives opportunity to the exhibitors to scout for more market. The first Summit was held in Berlin in Amina Mohamed who represented H.
The following two declarations between Kenya and Germany were signed on the Summit sidelines:. German Federal Minister Dr.
Amina Mohamed at City Market, Nairobi. E Federal Foreign Minister Dr. A Kenyan designer and resident of Berlin, Ms. Mwangi is exhibiting her products at the Europa Centre Christmas Market.
Christmas market is traditionally associated with German culture to celebrate Christmas during the four weeks of advent and generally held in the town squares adjacent to pedestrian areas and other significant centres like churches.
During the period, open-air stalls are erected where food, drinks especially mulled wine and seasonal items are sold. Sometimes there are traditional Christmas carols and dancing.
Hellen Kangwanja from the Embassy and Ms. Mwangi founder of Wambui Design at her stall;. Education Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Beatrice Karago and other members drawn from private sector and media.
Jackson Rop is in Germany for a working visit. The delegation of 4 Committee members, Clerk and two technical advisors from the National Treasury and Office of the Auditor General arrived on Monday, 12 December The Charge' d' Affaires Mr.
Simon Muiruri met the delegation; discussions between the two Committees and group photo of the members. This year's edition was attended by over 1, top sales personnel in the hospitality industry.
Frida Mutuma and Ms. Josephine Mbela and Mr. Fatuma Dullo Adan visited Germany between 6 - 11 November where they held successful bilateral engagements with various German institutions such as the Bundestag, the Bundesrat, the Federal Ministry of Interior and the Landtag of Brandenburg.
Other senators in the delegation were: Hargura Abubakar and Sen. Two parliamentary staff accompanied the delegation. The Committee, led by their Vice-Chairman, Hon.
Other Members of the Committee included Hon. Bedzimba Rashid Juma, Hon. Florence Mutua, and Hon. The Legal Counsel, Mr.
Moses Lemuna, also accompanied the Delegation. Members of the delegation included Prof. The Delegation held discussions with key German stakeholders in the Mining Sector.
The visit was a learning experience in preparation for the launch of the Centre for Mining, Environmental Engineering and Resource Management at Taita Taveta University.
The Cabinet Secretary with H. The Cabinet Secretary meeting with Mr. The First Counsellor at the Embassy, Ms.
The Pageant brings together the Diaspora through a purposeful venture that aims at promoting charitable projects while promoting Kenyan culture and giving the Kenyan youth in the Diaspora a platform to learn about, serve and promote Kenya.
Kenya's Wilson Kipsang and Evans Chebet came in second and third position respectively. In the ladies race, the only Kenyan athlete Janet Ronoh came in 7th position.
Kenya's delegation was headed by Dr. Kenya's Ambassador to Germany, H. She placed third in Forbes magazine's list of the world's most powerful women in She finished second in the Ukrainian presidential election of runoff, losing by 3.
After the presidential election, a number of criminal cases were brought against her. In , she was convicted of embezzlement and abuse of power, and sentenced to seven years in prison.
The prosecution and conviction were viewed as politically biased by many western governments. She was released in , in the concluding days of the Euromaidan revolution , and then rehabilitated.
In the Ukrainian presidential election , she received He abandoned his wife and young daughter when Yulia was between one and three years old; Yulia used her mother's surname.
Yulia's paternal grandfather, Abram Kapitelman Ukrainian: After graduating from Dnipropetrovsk State University in , Kapitelman was sent to work in Western Ukraine , where he worked "one academic quarter" as the director of a public Jewish school in the city Sniatyn.
In , Tymoshenko graduated from high school in Dnipropetrovsk. Tymoshenko has worked as a practicing economist and academic.
Prior to her political career, she became a successful but controversial businesswoman in the gas industry, becoming by some estimates one of the richest people in the country.
Before becoming Ukraine's first female prime minister in ,  Tymoshenko co-led the Orange Revolution. After graduating from the Dnipropetrovsk State University in , Tymoshenko worked as an engineer-economist in the "Dnipro Machine-Building Plant" which produced missiles in Dnipropetrovsk until In , as part of the perestroika initiatives, Yulia and Oleksandr Tymoshenko borrowed Soviet rubles and opened a video-rental cooperative, perhaps with the help of Oleksander's father, Gennadi Tymoshenko, who presided over a regional film-distribution network in the provincial council.
From to , Yulia and Oleksandr Tymoshenko founded and led a commercial video-rental company "Terminal" in Dnipropetrovsk,  .
In , Tymoshenko established jointly with her husband Oleksandr, Gennadi Tymoshenko, and Olexandr Gravets  "The Ukrainian Petrol Corporation", a company that supplied the agriculture industry of Dnipropetrovsk with fuel from to In , this company was reorganized into United Energy Systems of Ukraine.
UESU top management faced prosecution. She was removed [ by whom? Tymoshenko entered politics in , when she was elected to the Verkhovna Rada the Ukrainian parliament in constituency No.
In a letter to the editor of the British newspaper "Financial Times", Tymoshenko claims that the President of Ukraine consciously building a totalitarian system in the country.
Tymoshenko was re-elected in , winning a constituency in the Kirovohrad Oblast, and was also number six on the party list of Hromada.
She scrapped the practice of barter in the electricity market, requiring industrial customers to pay for their electricity in cash.
Her reforms meant that the government had sufficient funds to pay civil servants and increase salaries.
Half of this amount was collected due to withdrawal of funds from shadow schemes, the ban on barter payments and the introduction of competition rules to the energy market.
Tymoshenko herself stated that her husband's arrest was the result of political pressure on her. Then, Prime Minister Viktor Yushchenko silently accepted her dismissal, despite her achievements in the energy sector.
Ukrainian media called it "the first betrayal of Viktor Yushchenko". On 9 February , Tymoshenko founded the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc the National Salvation Committee merged into it ,  a political bloc that received 7.
She has been head of the Batkivshchina Fatherland political party since the party was organised in On 13 February , Tymoshenko was arrested and charged with forging customs documents and smuggling gas in while president of United Energy Systems of Ukraine.
According to Tymoshenko, the charges were fabricated by Kuchma's regime at the behest of oligarchs threatened by her efforts to eradicate corruption and institute market-based reforms.
On 9 April , the Kiev Court of Appeal issued a ruling that invalidated and cancelled proceedings on the criminal cases against Yulia and Oleksandr Tymoshenko.
Despite Tymoshenko being cleared of the charges, Moscow maintained an arrest warrant for her should she enter Russia.
In , all charges were declared groundless and lifted. The criminal case was closed in Ukraine in January due to lack of evidence, and in Russia in December by reason of lapse of time.
Tymoshenko's husband, Oleksandr , spent two years — in hiding in order to avoid incarceration on charges the couple said were unfounded and politically motivated by the former Kuchma administration.
Once the charges were dropped, Tymoshenko reassumed her place among the leaders of the grassroots campaign against President Kuchma for his alleged role in the murder of the journalist Georgiy Gongadze.
In this campaign, Tymoshenko first became known as a passionate, revolutionist leader, an example of this being a TV broadcast of her smashing prison windows during one of the rallies.
At the time, Tymoshenko wanted to organise a national referendum to impeach President Kuchma. Yulia Tymoshenko Nezavisimaya Gazeta interview 25 October .
On 11 August , civilian and military prosecutors in Russia opened a new criminal case against Tymoshenko accusing her of bribery.
Russian prosecutors had suspended an arrest warrant when she was appointed Prime Minister, but reinstated it after she was fired in September The prosecutors suspended it again when she came to Moscow for questioning  on 25 September In January , Tymoshenko was involved in a mysterious car accident that she survived with minor injuries — an episode some believe to have been a government assassination attempt.
The driver of the other car suffered head injuries and police said initial investigations suggested that Tymoshenko's chauffeur had been at fault.
In the Autumn of , both Tymoshenko and Viktor Yushchenko attempted to create a broad opposition bloc against the incumbent president, Leonid Kuchma , in order to win the Ukrainian presidential election of In the Ukrainian presidential election, the communist party stepped out of the alliance, but the other parties remained allied and Symonenko was against a single candidate from the alliance  until July In March , Tymoshenko announced that leaders of "Our Ukraine", BYuT and Socialist Party of Ukraine were working on a coalition agreement concerning joint participation in the presidential campaign.
Tymoshenko decided not to run for president and give way to Viktor Yushchenko. On 2 July , Our Ukraine and the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc established the Force of the people , a coalition which aimed to stop "the destructive process that has, as a result of the incumbent authorities, become a characteristic for Ukraine.
Tymoshenko was actively campaigning for Yushchenko, touring and taking part in rallies all over Ukraine. After Viktor Yushchenko had dropped out of the campaign due to his mysterious poisoning, Tymoshenko continued campaigning on his behalf.
After the initial vote on 31 October, two candidates — Viktor Yanukovych and Viktor Yushchenko — proceeded to a runoff.
As Tymoshenko earlier envisaged, Yushchenko received endorsement from former competitors who didn't make it to the runoff, such as Oleksandr Moroz Socialist Party , Anatoliy Kinakh Party of Industrials and Entrepreneurs , former Kyiv city mayor Oleksanrd Omelchenko and others.
On 6 November , Tymoshenko asked people to spread the orange symbols orange was the color of Yushchenko's campaign.
When allegations of fraud began to spread, the "orange team" decided to conduct a parallel vote tabulation during 21 November runoff and announce the results immediately to people on Independence Square Maidan Nezalezhnosti in Kyiv.
Tymoshenko called Kyiv residents to gather on the square and asked people from other cities and towns to come and stand for their choice.
On 22 November , massive protests broke out in cities across Ukraine: The largest, in Kiev's Maidan Nezalezhnosti , attracted an estimated , participants.
On 23 November , Tymoshenko led the participants of the protest to the President's Administration. On Bankova Street, special riot police prevented the procession from going any further, so people lifted Tymoshenko up and she walked on the police's shields to the Administration building.
On 3 December , the Supreme Court of Ukraine invalidated the results of the runoff and scheduled the re-run for 26 December After the cancellation of Viktor Yanukovych's official victory and the second round of the election, Viktor Yushchenko was elected president with During the protests, Tymoshenko's speeches on the Maidan kept the momentum of the street protests going.
Additional nicknames included "Goddess of the Revolution" and the "Princess Leia of Ukrainian politics". On 4 February, Tymoshenko's premiership appointment was ratified by the parliament with an overwhelming majority of votes were required for approval.
The Tymoshenko cabinet did not have any other members of Tymoshenko's party besides Tymoshenko herself and Oleksandr Turchynov , who was appointed the chief of Security Service of Ukraine.
Yet on 8 September, after the resignation of several senior officials, including the Head of the Security and Defense Council Petro Poroshenko  and Deputy Prime Minister Mykola Tomenko ,  Tymoshenko's government was dismissed by President Viktor Yushchenko   during a live television address to the nation.
In his interview for the Associated Press, he said that during the time of her presidency at UESU, Tymoshenko accumulated an 8 million Hryvna debt, and that she had used her authority as prime minister to write off that debt.
Tymoshenko has repeatedly stated that the mentioned amount was not a debt, but fines imposed by the Tax Inspection from to , and that all the cases regarding UESU had been closed before she became prime minister.
Tymoshenko blamed Yushchenko's closest circle for scheming against her and undermining the activities of her Cabinet.
She also criticised Yushchenko, telling the BBC that he had "practically ruined our unity, our future, the future of the country", without rooting out corruption as he pledged to do and that the president's action was absolutely illogical.
At the time, Tymoshenko saw a rapid growth of approval ratings, while president Yushchenko's approval ratings went down. During the previous parliamentary elections of , BYuT had only 22 members of parliament, while "Our Ukraine" had The work of Yulia Tymoshenko as prime minister in was complicated due to internal conflicts in the "orange" team.
Tymoshenko was succeeded as prime minister by Yuriy Yehanurov. Soon after Tymoshenko's discharge in September , the General Prosecutor Office of the Russian Federation dismissed all charges against her.
On 18 November , the Supreme Court of Ukraine issued a ruling which invalidated all criminal cases against Tymoshenko and her family. After her dismissal, Tymoshenko started to tour the country in a bid to win the Ukrainian parliamentary election as the leader of her Bloc.
With the Bloc coming second in the election, and winning seats, many speculated that she might form a coalition with Yushchenko's "Our Ukraine" party and the Socialist Party of Ukraine SPU to prevent the Party of Regions from gaining power.
On 21 June , the Ukrainian media reported that the parties had finally reached a coalition agreement, which appeared to have ended nearly three months of political uncertainty.
Tymoshenko's nomination and confirmation as the new prime minister was expected to be straightforward. However, the political intrigue that took place broke the plan.
Yushchenko and oligarchs from his narrow circle were trying to impede Tymoshenko from returning to the office of Prime Minister.
Her nomination was preconditioned on the election of her long-time rival Petro Poroshenko from "Our Ukraine" to the position of speaker of the parliament.
Oleksandr Moroz, the chairman of the Socialist Party of Ukraine, also expressed his interest in becoming speaker.
Tymoshenko stated that she would vote for any speaker from the coalition. The Party of Regions announced an ultimatum to the coalition demanding that parliamentary procedures be observed, asking that membership in parliamentary committees be allocated in proportion to seats held by each fraction, and demanding chairmanship in certain Parliamentary committees as well as Governorships in the administrative subdivisions won by the Party of Regions.
Members from the Party of Regions blocked the parliament from 29 June  through 6 July. Oleksandr Moroz assured that the team of Viktor Yushchenko was conducting secret negotiations with the Party of Regions.
According to that deal, Viktor Yanukovych was supposed to become the speaker, while Yuriy Yekhanurov kept the prime minister portfolio.
These negotiations were conducted by Yekhanurov himself upon Yushchenko's request. Later, Yekhanurov admitted this fact in his interview with the "Ukrainska Pravda" website.
Following the surprise nomination of Oleksandr Moroz from the Socialist Party of Ukraine as the Rada speaker and his subsequent election late on 6 July with the support of the Party of Regions, the "Orange coalition" collapsed.
Poroshenko had withdrawn his candidacy and had urged Moroz to do the same on 7 July. The document, signed by Yushchenko, Yanukovych and leaders of Socialist and Communist parties, sealed Yanukovych's appointment as prime minister.
Tymoshenko called it "the act of betrayal". In September , Tymoshenko announced that her political force would be in opposition to the new government.
This vote was one of many steps undertaken by BYuT to ruin a fragile alliance between president Yushchenko and prime minister Yanukovych.
On 4 April , president Yushchenko issued an edict "On early termination of duties of the Verkhovna Rada" as a reaction to violation of the Constitution by the Party of Regions, which had started dragging individual deputies into the "ruling coalition" this being illegal, as coalitions should be formed by factions and not by individual deputies.
In doing so, the Party of Regions was trying to achieve a constitutional majority of votes which would enable prime minister Yanukovych to override the president's veto and control the legislative process.
Party of Regions didn't obey this edict. In order to dismiss the Verkhovna Rada, Yulia Tymoshenko and her supporters in the parliament deputies from BYuT and "Our Ukraine" factions quit their parliamentary factions on 2 June That step invalidated the convocation of the Verkhovna Rada and cleared the path to an early election.
Both parties are affiliated with the Orange Revolution. On 11 December , the Coalition failed in its attempt to appoint Tymoshenko prime minister, falling one vote short members of parliament supported her nomination.
On 12 December , the media reported on the possible attempted assassination of Yulia Tymoshenko. BYuT and Tymoshenko herself said it was an intimidation.
On 18 December, Tymoshenko was once again elected as Prime Minister supported by deputies, the minimal number needed for passage , heading the second Tymoshenko Government.
On 11 July , Party of Regions tried to vote no-confidence to Tymoshenko's government in the parliament, but could not collect enough votes.
Yushchenko's office accused her of taking a softer position in order to gain support from Russia in the upcoming election.
Andriy Kyslynskyi, the president's deputy chief of staff, went as far as to accuse her of 'high treason'. Yulia Tymoshenko's press briefing on 13 August .
According to BYuT , Viktor Baloha Chief of Staff of the Presidential Secretariat criticized the premier at every turn, doing the dirty job for the President and accusing her of everything from not being religious enough to damaging the economy and plotting to kill him, and the accusation of 'betrayal' over Georgia was simply one of the latest and most pernicious attacks directed at the premier.
After Tymoshenko's BYuT voted alongside the Communist Party of Ukraine and the Party of Regions to pass legislation that would facilitate the procedure of impeachment for future presidents  and limit the President's power while increasing the Prime Minister's powers, President Yushchenko's OU-PSD bloc pulled out of the coalition and Yushchenko promised to veto the legislation   and threatened to hold an election if a new coalition was not formed soon.
This resulted in the Ukrainian political crisis , which culminated in Yushchenko calling an early parliamentary election on 8 October Tymoshenko was fiercely opposed to the snap election , stating "No politician would throw Ukraine into snap elections at this important time.
But, if Yushchenko and Yanukovych — who are ideologists of snap elections — throw the country into snap elections, then they will bear responsibility for all the consequences of the global financial crisis on Ukraine".
On 5 February , Tymoshenko's opponents in the parliament were trying to dismiss her government again, but again the vote failed. On 18 December , for the first time Tymoshenko accused the National Bank of Ukraine in the conscious manipulation of the hryvnia, and President Yushchenko of colluding with the leadership of the NBU, which led to depreciation of the national currency to the level of 8 UAH per US dollar.
A large part of Tymoshenko's second term as prime minister coincided in time with the global financial crisis of , which required her government to respond to numerous challenges that could have led the country's economic collapse.
Tymoshenko's government launched an anti corruption campaign and identified it as one of its priorities. The conditions leading to the gas dispute  were created in , under the Viktor Yushchenko government, when Ukraine started buying Russian gas through an intermediary, Swiss-registered RosUkrEnergo.
Some sources indicate that notorious criminal boss Sergiy Shnaider nick Semion Mogilevich , associated with Dmytro Firtash also owned shares in the company.
When Tymoshenko resumed her prime minister duties in , she initiated direct relations between Ukraine and Russia with regard to gas trading.
A 2 October Memorandum signed by Tymoshenko and Vladimir Putin stipulated liquidation of intermediaries in gas deals between the two countries and outlined detailed conditions for future gas contracts.
She called for an end to corruption in the gas trade area and the establishment of direct contracts with the Russian Federation. The decision made by the president of Ukraine brought on the crisis.
The negotiations between the two prime ministers and later between "Gazprom" and "Naftogaz Ukrainy" were ruined by those Ukrainian political groups, who have gotten and are planning to get corrupt benefits from "RosUkrEnergo".
The problem is that some participants of negotiations insisted on keeping the intermediary referring to the instructions from the top.
Between 1 and 18 January, Central and Eastern European countries received significantly less gas. Ukrainian heat-and-power stations were working to utmost capacity.
Due to sub-zero temperatures, the entire housing and public utilities sectors were on the verge of collapse. On 14 January, the European Commission and the Czech presidency in the European Union demanded the immediate renewal of gas deliveries in full capacity lest the reputations of Russia and Ukraine as reliable EU partners be seriously damaged.
On 18 January , after five-day-long talks, prime ministers Putin and Tymoshenko came to agreement on the renewal of gas delivery to Ukraine and other EU countries.
The parties agreed upon the following: Tymoshenko was a candidate in the Ukrainian presidential elections of ,  but lost that election to Viktor Yanukovych Tymoshenko received In , the relations between Tymoshenko and President Yushchenko,     the Secretariat of the President of Ukraine  and the oppositional Party of Regions remained hostile.
In , Tymoshenko argued for a direct contract for gas supplies from Russia to Ukraine. In , the two Prime Ministers signed a Memorandum on the elimination of gas intermediaries.
Tymoshenko then called for an early presidential election. Having long being considered a possible candidate for President of Ukraine in the election,   Tymoshenko announced that she would indeed compete in the upcoming presidential election in a statement broadcast live on national TV on 7 June Popular Ukrainian singers and bands took part in the tour.
On 24 October , the delegates of all-Ukrainian union "Batkivshchyna" formally and unanimously endorsed Yulia Tymoshenko as their candidate for the next Presidential election.
On 31 October , the Central Election Commission registered Tymoshenko as a candidate for presidential election in Yulia Tymoshenko's personal blog 7 December .
Tymoshenko expected early parliamentary elections after the presidential election if Yanukovych won the vote, but she was against this.
On 1 December , Tymoshenko urged "national democratic forces" to unite around the candidate who garnered the largest number of votes after the first round of the presidential elections.
She also complained of flaws in the election legislation, and expressed her certainty that attempts were being made by her opponents to carry out vote rigging.
The two proceeded to a runoff. On 3 February , two days before the run-off, the deputies from Party of Regions, Communist Party of Ukraine, "Our Ukraine — People's Self-Defense" bloc and independent MPs amended the Law on Election of President, which changed the mode of composition and functioning of election commissions.
BYuT warned that these amendments would create opportunities for the massive rigging of elections. Tymoshenko called on president Yushchenko to veto the law.
Despite these requests, President Yushchenko signed the amended Law. This action generated vast international criticism from the Council of Europe and from members of the US congress' Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe.
Tymoshenko did not receive endorsement from other candidates who had not survived the first round of voting.
According to the Central Election Commission, he received Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc members immediately claimed that there was systematic and large-scale vote rigging in the run-off election.
Tymoshenko alleged widespread fraud  according to Tymoshenko, a million votes were invalid and said Yanukovych was not legitimately elected. On 10 February , Yanukovych called on Tymoshenko to abandon her protests and resign as prime minister.
On 17 February , the Higher Administrative Court of Ukraine suspended the results of the election on Tymoshenko's appeal. On 22 February , Tymoshenko announced in a televised speech that she believed the presidential election to have been rigged and did not recognize its results.
Yanukovych is not our president", she said. She called on the democratic parliamentary factions to not seek "political employment" at the Party of Regions meaning to avoid negotiations with the Party of Regions regarding the new coalition and to "quit arguing and create a united team that would not let an anti-Ukrainian dictatorship usurp the power".
PM Tymoshenko televised speech 22 February . During a nationally televised address on 22 February, Tymoshenko said of President-elect of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych and "Yanukovych's team" she referred to them in the speech as "The oligarchy ": The decision whether or not to side with Yanukovych will show who values the preservation of Ukraine's independence and self-identity and who does not.
If the Second Tymoshenko Government could not be preserved, Tymoshenko stated on 22 February , she would go into Parliamentary opposition. Prime Minister Tymoshenko had demanded this vote herself on 1 March Our political force will cross into the opposition.
On 12 May , Ukraine's prosecutor 's office illegally re-opened a criminal case , which had been closed by the Supreme Court of Ukraine in January against Tymoshenko regarding accusations that she had tried to bribe Supreme Court judges.
As she left the prosecutor's office on 12 May, Tymoshenko told journalists she had been summoned to see investigators again on 17 May, and she linked the move to Russian President Medvedev 's visit to Ukraine on 17 and 18 May On 15 December , the General Prosecutor's Office instituted a criminal case against Tymoshenko, alleging that she misused funds received by Ukraine within the framework of the Kyoto Protocol.
She was officially charged on 20 December She called the investigation against her a witch-hunt. Since the balance of this account remained unchanged on the date of receipt, any accusations that Prime Minister Tymoshenko "used" these funds contrary to their intended purpose, are obviously false".
New corruption charges against Tymoshenko were filed on 27 January A third criminal case against Tymoshenko in connection with alleged abuse of power during the Russia—Ukraine gas dispute was opened on 10 April Throughout Yanukovych's presidency , Tymoshenko stayed very critical of his and the Azarov Government's performances and intentions which, among others, she accused of selling out to Russia and of being a "funeral of democracy.
In May , the Ukrainian General Prosecutor 's office started a number of criminal cases against Yulia Tymoshenko which prevented her from normal political activity and from international travel to her allies in the West.
The European Parliament passed a resolution condemning Yanukovych government for persecution of Tymoshenko as well as for prosecution in the "Gas case" and other cases against her and her ministers.
Tymoshenko was charged with abuse of power and embezzlement , as the court found the deal anti-economic for the country and abusive.
Tymoshenko's trial she was charged in May for abuse of office concerning a natural gas imports contract signed with Russia in January started on 24 June in Kiev.
A criminal case on state funds embezzlement and tax evasion charges against Tymoshenko was reopened in Ukraine on 24 October.
On 4 November , the Ukrainian tax police resumed four criminal cases against Tymoshenko. Tymoshenko was re-arrested while in prison on 8 December , after a Ukrainian court ordered her indefinite arrest as part of the investigation of alleged tax evasion and theft of government funds between and by United Energy Systems of Ukraine.
Again the European Union showed concern over this. On 23 December , Tymoshenko lost her appeal against her sentence for abuse of power. On 30 December , Tymoshenko was transferred to the Kachanivska penal colony in Kharkiv.
In early January , Tymoshenko's husband Oleksandr Tymoshenko was granted asylum in the Czech Republic , which he had requested at the end of the previous year.
A trial concerning alleged misappropriating public funds of United Energy Systems of Ukraine started on 19 April in Kharkiv. From 29 October to 16 November , Tymoshenko was again on a hunger strike to protest vote rigging in the October Ukrainian parliamentary election.
Fatherland United Opposition nominated Tymoshenko as its candidate for the Ukrainian presidential elections of on 7 December
Machine a sous gratuite 3 rouleaux en ligne sur Slotozilla.com: 3.liga stream
|Madame ngo berlin||267|
|Model t casino rv park||399|
|Madame ngo berlin||Legendäre Sterne über Zürich: Gesamt 4 Essen 5 Service 5 Ambiente 4. Grünpflanzen stickers casino wohl des längeren schon an Durst. Casino baden erfahrungen hatte nicht den Eindruck, dass die Köche hier das französische Repertoire wirklich beherrschen. Gesamt 4 Essen 5 Service 5 Ambiente 4. Play Book of Ra Bingo Slot Game Online | OVO Casino auch to go. Gastronomen Mehr Gäste begeistern Folgen Sie uns bei.|
|Safari Madness Slot Machine Online ᐈ NetEnt™ Casino Slots||Neue Rekorde auf der ProWein Düsseldorf Sind Sie sich sicher, dass Sie sich abmelden möchten? Gesamt 2 Essen 2 Service 3 Ambiente Beste Spielothek in Vorderbruhl finden. Ist dieses Restaurant für Liebhaber regionaler Küche geeignet? Die Qualität ist richtig gut. Es war gut besucht Freitag Abend deshalb Reservierung empfohlen! Auf einmal kam alles zusammen.|
|Madame ngo berlin||377|
|CASINO UERDINGEN KREFELD||390|
|Madame ngo berlin||438|