Almost 50 companies are on the list of international sponsors of the war, most of them from China.
In 2023, Naftogaz Group paid UAH 90.2 billion in taxes to the state and local budgets.
15 January 2024
More than 2,000 trucks are queuing up on the border of Ukraine and Poland, and another 1,000 are queuing up on other parts of the border.
Romanian farmers have again blocked the movement of trucks through the Siret checkpoint, and the blocking of the Vicovu de Sus checkpoint has also begun.
The draft Hydrogen Strategy until 2050 has been presented as part of a working group meeting in the Ukrainian Energy Ministry.
14 January 2024
The priority tasks for solving the problem of global food insecurity are demining the Black Sea, strengthening air defenses for Ukraine's port infrastructure and humanitarian aid for the most vulnerable countries.
Romanian farmers have resumed protests and blocked truck traffic at the Siret crossing point on the Romanian side of the border with Ukraine.
Under the USAID Agricultural and Rural Development (AGRO) program, Ukrainian enterprises that provide services for processing and storage of agricultural products will receive up to UAH 270 million in co-financing for the development of grain storage capacities.
Russia is devising a legal challenge to snarl any efforts by the United States or Europe to confiscate some of its $300 billion in frozen central bank assets in favor of Ukraine.
In 2023, Ukrzaliznytsia JSC transported 30.58 million tonnes of grain.
The Black Sea Grain Initiative was very important and beneficial for Ukraine and the world, as it prevented a global food crisis, but the grain export route operating today provides wider opportunities in terms of volume and quantity of goods.
13 January 2024
The blockade of truck traffic across the Porubne-Siret crossing point on the Romanian side of the border has been lifted.
The total amount of military aid provided by Denmark to Ukraine since the beginning of the war is about $3 billion, according to the Ukrainian Economy Ministry.
Romanian farmers have blocked the passage of trucks through the Romanian checkpoint Siret opposite the Ukrainian checkpoint Porubne.
At a meeting with the newly appointed Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs of the French Republic, Stéphane Séjourné, Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal invited French businesses to actively get involved in Ukraine’s reconstruction projects.
The Government of Denmark has endorsed a new package of assistance in support of reconstruction efforts in the city of Mykolaiv, totaling more than USD 21 million.
To strengthen Ukraine's defense capabilities, the Cabinet of Ministers has allocated an additional almost UAH 2.5 billion for the construction of engineering and fortification facilities.
In the 2023/2024 marketing year (MY) (from July 1 to January 12, 2024), Ukraine exported 20.239 million tons of grains and legumes.
Oil prices are rising on Friday morning, January 12, due to escalating tensions in the Middle East.
The German leadership is unlikely to confiscate Russian assets in the country because of the possibility of mirror steps.
12 January 2024
Electricity consumption is remaining at a high level, but no shortage has been registered in Ukraine’s energy system. Over 160 settlements were left without power across the country due to bad weather.
Ukraine's Deputy Defense Minister Dmytro Klimenkov expressed confidence in Germany's continued support for Ukraine after meeting with Marcus Faber, a member of the Bundestag's Defense Policy Committee, in Kyiv.
The Cabinet of Ministers and the Government of the Republic of Latvia signed an agreement on technical and financial cooperation to further cooperate on the use of international technical assistance.
The Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mykola Solskyi discussed with the Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry of the Republic of Moldova Vladimir Bohl the issue of increasing the efficiency of transportation of Ukrainian agricultural products and increasing the volume of cargo.
Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal met with U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine's Economic Recovery Penny Pritzker and American businesspeople.
There are about a thousand cars in line at Medyka-Shehyni, which is more than at the other three checkpoints - Yahodyn, Rava-Ruska and Krakivets.
Electricity imports will allow large industrial enterprises to guarantee uninterrupted operation in the event of the introduction of schedules of electricity consumer restrictions due to a shortage of current in the power system.
According to preliminary estimates of the Ministry of Economy, the volume of gross domestic product increased by about 5% last year.
Representatives of the customs and border administrations of Ukraine and Moldova have signed an act on the readiness of a checkpoint for the Kuchurhan-Novosavytske rail link for the implementation of joint control.