Throughout the past two weeks, about 100 American business giants left the Russian market.
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a spending bill totaling $1.5 trillion, which includes, among other things, emergency assistance to Ukraine and its allies worth $13.6 billion.
On March 9, the IMF Executive Board greenlighted $1.4 billion in additional financing for Ukraine under an emergency support program known as the Rapid Financing Instrument (RFI).
The state will buy out grain and other food stocks in scope of the annual consumption throughout the country at the expanse of the state budget.
09 March 2022
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has called on international partners not to service Russia’s MIR payment cards.
08 March 2022
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba has called on the global business community to stop cooperating with Russia and provide all possible support to Ukraine.
Global wheat prices have exceeded the previous record high observed in 2008. Global food prices are also skyrocketing.
The Russian military have caused more than $10 billion worth of damages to Ukraine’s transport infrastructure.
The 2022 sowing campaign in Ukraine will start wherever possible, considering military actions.
Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba announced an embargo on Russian oil and gas to be imposed by foreign governments, which so far do not include European nations, as they are yet to find alternative energy sources.
06 March 2022
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has amended the quotas on products subject to licensing, resetting quotas for the export of a number of food products.
The social network TikTok has decided to suspend its operations in the Russian Federation.
05 March 2022
The international isolation of the aggressor power continues as more and more international companies are pulling out of Russia.
04 March 2022
The economy of the aggressor country is crumbling and on the verge of collapseю The world community persistently implement steps to leave Russia out of the international economic system
As of March 4, 2022, due to enemy shelling, a total of 13 gas distribution stations were disconnected, and hundreds of consumers were left without gas supplies.
03 March 2022
From the next gas day, (March 04, 2022) capacity distribution and confirmation of nominations / renominations for the purpose of export of natural gas from Ukraine will be stopped.
Kyiv aims to integrate into the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) as early as this month.
The European Union has signed a memorandum with Ukraine on the provision of €1.2B in macro-financial assistance.
Over six days since Russia started a war on Ukraine, Energoatom National Nuclear Energy Generating Company of Ukraine has suffered about UAH 18 billion [the National Bank’s exchange rate as of March 3, 2022: USD 1 = UAH 29,2549 – Ed.] worth of losses.
The United States is ready to provide utmost assistance in the restoration of the Ukrainian infrastructure after the end of the war and the de-occupation of Ukrainian territories.
02 March 2022
Sanctions against Russia must be tough, including an embargo on non-Russian energy exports.
The Council of the European Union has introduced further restrictive measures in view of the Russian Federation’s unprovoked and unjustified military aggression against Ukraine. In particular, seven Russian banks were banned from SWIFT system.
There is a need to allocate EUR 100 billion from the EU budget to rebuild Ukraine’s destroyed infrastructure.
American Express joining a growing list of large multinational companies severing ties with Russia amid its war against Ukraine.
Boeing Co. has suspended parts and maintenance support for Russian airlines as well as its operations in Moscow.
28 February 2022
Ukroboronprom State Concern continues to supply military equipment to the Ukrainian Armed Forces and other security forces.
Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine Mykhailo Fedorov asks global cryptocurrency exchanges to block users from Russia.
27 February 2022
The Ministry of Economy of Ukraine called on leading global IT companies to freeze all transactions and agreements with Russia and stop providing any services to the aggressor country.
25 February 2022
Authorized institutions have been banned from conducting any foreign exchange transactions using Russian and Belarusian rubles, as well as with the participation of Russia and Belarus.