Ukraine's parliament passed legislation on Thursday that approved the debt restructuring deal announced by the government in August.
Up to 100 people, most of them police officers, were injured and one national guard member was killed in violent clashes outside the Ukrainian parliament on Monday afternoon.
MPs gave preliminary approval to legislation that would give war torn regions of eastern Ukraine greater autonomy from Kiev.
Ukraine's Finance Ministry said on Thursday that it had agreed a deal with private creditors to restructure the country's debt that will see them take a 20 percent write down on around $18 billion worth of Ukrainian bonds and bond repayments extended by four years.
Also on Thursday, Ukraine's military said 7 Ukrainian servicemen had been killed in the preceding 24 hours.
Oleg Sentsov, who is 39 years old, received a 20 year prison sentence while his co-defendant Alexander Kolchenko was sentenced to 10 years.
The pair were accused in 2014 of terror activities in Crimea, the Ukrainian province annexed by Russia.
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