Turkey says Russia has provided documents claiming that the grain it is exporting has not been taken from Ukraine so it remains hard to determine its origin.
The British consulting company Skytrax presented the winners of The World’s Best Airports 2022 according to a passenger survey. The top ten include airports of Batumi, Budapest, Tallinn, Bucharest, Riga, Tbilisi, Boryspil, Belgrade, Bratislava, and Zagreb.
Polish shipbuilding industry officials are willing to set up cooperation with counterparts in Ukraine to restore the latter’s merchant fleet.
22 June 2022
Ukraine’s oil processing industry has suspended operation due to Russian missile attacks.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Latvian Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš have discussed the situation with Ukraine’s grain exports and support for granting Ukraine EU candidate status.
21 June 2022
Ukraine's National Nuclear Energy Generating Company Energoatom and U.S.-based Westinghouse have discussed bilateral cooperation, including the preparation of regulatory documentation for the construction of new nuclear power units using AP1000 technology in Ukraine.
Since the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine as of June 15, the total amount of assistance declared and provided to the country by international partners is $30 billion.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán have agreed to develop cooperation in the energy sector.
According to the National Bank estimates, GDP will decline by at least a third at the end of the year.
The Ministry of Economy of Ukraine and the General Confederation of Italian Industry (Confindustria) have signed a memorandum providing for the establishment of a permanent consultative mechanism for cooperation.
The German government has stated its readiness to continue the use of coal-fired power plants to withstand Russia's energy pressure.
French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna has said that Russia must stop blocking Ukrainian seaports as this could lead to world hunger.
Stopping Russian gas purchases through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline would be reasonable if it was agreed at the European level.
Russia will make active efforts to obtain access to Western military technology through circumventing sanctions.
20 June 2022
The U.S. president’s administration is taking comprehensive measures to blunt the impact of inflation, including fuel price hikes, while Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine is destabilizing global energy markets and global economy as a whole.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer have discussed support for Ukraine's European integration and the organization of green corridors for the export of Ukrainian products.
The German railway is planning to assist with Ukraine’s grain exports, and relevant trial operations are expected to be completed in July 2022.
Ukraine has recently exported by land an average of 1.5 million tonnes of grain a month.
Russia's efforts to block Ukraine from exporting millions of tonnes of its grain constitute a war crime, EU top diplomat Josep Borrell said June 20.
19 June 2022
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs negotiates the re-opening of McDonald’s restaurants in Ukraine.
In order to steal wheat from Luhansk Region, Russian invaders have hastily laid railroad tracks from the territory of Russia towards Starobilsk.
18 June 2022
Ukrtelecom has successfully restored operations of its landline phone network in more than 1,200 settlements and resumed communication services to more than 350,000 households, having ensured coverage across 87% of the national network.
The Ukrainian government suggests that the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (NSDC) introduce sanctions against Russia’s Rosneftegaz and its affiliated enterprises, namely TatOil.
More than 10 billion cubic meters has already been accumulated in Ukrainian underground gas storage facilities, and these volumes are growing.
The sum of infrastructure damages has already reached $104 billion. At least 45 million square meters of housing, 656 hospitals, more than 1,200 educational institutions, nearly 25,000 kilometers of roads, 300 bridges, and 12 airports have been destroyed or damaged as a result of Russian strikes.
The European Commission, jointly with V_labs and Rail Cargo Group, has launched the Grainlane trading platform, which will help optimize grain exports from Ukraine to EU member states.
The Kremenchuk Oil Refinery which was once again hit by Russian missiles Saturday, June 18, will not be restored this year, while talks about the repair of the local combined heat and power plant (CHPP) are yet to be held.
17 June 2022
A total of 13.4 million hectares, or 95% of the projected area, have been sown with spring crops in Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said he is convinced that Europe's security is impossible without liberation from the chains of dependence that Russia has been creating for decades.