The 25-year-old former Steaua Bucharest, Cesena and Volyn
Lutsk player scored four in 13 appearances on loan with Romania's Astra last season.
SHAMROCK ROVERS will play Argentina's Under-23s, 1860 Munich's reserves and Volyn
Lutsk's second string on their pre-season jaunt to India.
Six-match form AJAX -9.00 v DNIPRO -6.00 Mar 12 Dnipro 1 Ajax 0* (a) 4-1 Heerenveen (h) 1-0 Metalurg Z (a) 0-1* Dnipro (h) 1-0* Ajax (h) 1-0 Excelsior (a) 1-0 Karpaty L (a)3-1 PSV (h) 5-0 Volyn
(a) 3-0* Legia Warsaw (a) 2-2* Olympiakos (a) 1-1 Willem II (h) 2-0* Olympiakos Key stat Dnipro have won six and drawn one of their last seven games Leading scorers Ajax Shirt no.
Georgia fashioned a good opening on 26 minutes when a clever backheel by Levan Mchedlidze after a thrown-in helped set up Alexander Kobakhidze for a sight of goal from just inside the box, but the Volyn
midfielder blazed over.
The 21-year-old - who represented his country in the World Cup in Brazil - currently plays for Ukrainian side Volyn
Lutsk, but expects to move on this summer.
applied for a change in location for the beer/wine specialty shop from 204 S.
The health ministry said products are sampled randomly, and that "the most radiation-contaminated food is usually found in Volyn
, Zhytomyr, Kyiv and Chernihiv regions."
While Barca are the small guys, the tallest sides are SV Mattersburg of Austria and Volyn
Lutsk of Ukraine at 1.86m (6ft 1ins).
The new service will open up opportunities for leisure travellers to visit a variety of colourful places in the Ukraine including the Carpathian Mountains and seaside resorts of the Crimea, the steps of Kherson, the forests of Chernigiv and the lakes of Volyn
The fire broke out at a depth of 1,250ft at the Buzhanskiy mine in Volyn
region, near the Polish border, the officials said.
The group includes Mykola Charnetsky, apostolic eparch of Volyn
and Pidlyashia, and 25 companion martyrs; to the above martyrs must be added the young Ruthenian Bishop Theodore Romzha, apostolic administrator of Mucacheve, Ukraine, and Emilian Kovtch, priest of the Eparchy of Stanislaviv (now Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine) who died in the concentration camp of Majdanek in 1944.