Hyundai will help restore Boryspil Airport after war ends

Hyundai will help restore Boryspil Airport after war ends

The South Korean company Hyundai Engineering & Construction will help to restore the Boryspil International Airport after the Russian-Ukrainian war ends.

“Hyundai E&C will cooperate with Ukraine to restore not only the country’s transportation infrastructure including airports and railways but also its energy infrastructure,” Hyundai E&C CEO Yoon Young-Joon said, The Korea Herald reports.

Under the agreement, Hyundai E&C will rebuild landing strips and a new cargo terminal at Boryspil International Airport.

The company is currently conducting a feasibility study on the cargo terminal.

Hyundai E&C said it will use its technology and experience accumulated through participating in construction projects at Incheon International Airport, Singapore Changi Airport and Chinchero International Airport in Peru.

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All construction will begin after the war with Russia ends, the company added.

In April, Hyundai E&C and its US partner Holtec International signed a cooperation agreement with Energoatom, Ukraine’s state-owned nuclear utility, to build small module reactors in Ukraine.

As reported, South Korea will offer $52 billion in comprehensive support for both public and private sectors for Ukraine reconstruction projects.

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