President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has stated that the authorities of the country implement the most large-scale reforms in its history despite the ongoing war.
The EU has formally requested consultations with Ukraine under the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement on Ukraine's export ban on unprocessed wood, according to a report posted on the website of the European Commission.
According to preliminary forecasts of the National Bank of Ukraine, GDP growth in 2018 amounted to 3.4%, which is the highest figure in the past seven years.
In 2019, the National Bank of Ukraine expects to receive two tranches from the International Monetary Fund in the amount of $1.3 billion each.
Ukrainian business for the first time in five years will be officially presented at the trade fair International Green Week, held in Berlin, Germany, on January 18-27.
Trilateral talks on gas transit with the participation of European Commission Vice-President Maros Sefcovic, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak will be held as scheduled on January 21, so the absence of Gazprom's delegation in Brussels for technical consultations on this topic has not affected preparations for the meeting.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved a list of large-scale privatization facilities at its meeting on January 16.
Ukraine has not been importing gas from the Russian Federation for 1,150 days.
Wizz Air will not sell tickets for Kharkiv-London flights due to the low demand for this route.
The State Fiscal Service has started the process of forming the Corruption Risk Assessment Commission, the SFS press service reports.
In 2019, the construction of a new airport in Dnipropetrovsk region will be launched.
The Deposit Guarantee Fund of Ukraine has extended the term of liquidation of PJSC Porto Franco for one year, the Fund’s press service reports.
Ukraine intends within the next two years to complete its section of a new transport corridor, which will unite the Black Sea ports with the countries of the European Union.
The European Commission jointly with the World Bank worked out an investment action plan for the development of infrastructure in the Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries.