On February 13, 2024, Ukraine’s Ministry of Finance raised UAH 5.448 billion to the state budget at an auction for the placement of domestic government bonds.
14 February 2024
In 2023, banks were charged UAH 73.5 billion in income tax, which is ten times more than in 2022.
Polish farmers have no reason to escalate their protest on the border with Ukraine, as the whole of Europe is already hearing their demands and looking for ways to solve the problem.
The Ukrainian Finance Ministry and the Ukrainian State Financial Monitoring Service are calling on the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to blacklist Russia.
Ukrzaliznytsia JSC Management Board Chairman Yevhen Liashchenko has met with the Ambassadors of the Group of Seven (G7), presenting the achievements of Ukraine’s railway industry in 2023 and outlining the plans for 2024.
In January 2024, Ukraine’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate came to 3.5% [±1%] compared to the same period last year thanks to the growing investment demand and expanding logistics capabilities.
Ukrainian Danube Shipping Company has built another large-capacity SLG barge, using old lighter vessels (small 40-meter barges). The first SLG barge was set afloat in late 2023.
As many as 736 ships carrying almost 23 million tonnes of cargo have now passed through the Black Sea Humanitarian Corridor.
13 February 2024
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal have expressed gratitude to the United States Senate for passing a bill on $61 billion aid package for Ukraine.
Polish farmers have initiated a blockade near the checkpoint "Korczowa," opposite the Ukrainian checkpoint "Krakovets."
The District Prosecutor's Office in the Polish city of Chelm in the Lublin Voivodeship has started an investigation into the spillage of grain that Ukrainian trucks were carrying in Dorohusk.
The Ukrainian Economy Ministry and Nasdaq, a leading global technology company, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen Ukraine’s economy and capital markets.
The Austrian state should study and implement all options for terminating the "bonded" gas supply contract between the Austrian oil and gas company OMV and Russian Gazprom.
Ukrnafta PJSC has started preparations to drill three exploratory wells in western Ukraine, having the total projected production rate of about 80 tonnes per day.
12 February 2024
The U.S. government said it is spending more than $7 million a year to maintain a superyacht seized from a sanctioned Russian oligarch, and called on a judge to let it auction the vessel before an ownership dispute is resolved.
The United States welcomes the decision of the EU Council regarding the freezing of Russian assets and continues to work with allies and partners to force the Russian Federation to pay for the damages it has caused to Ukraine as a result of the war.
The EU Council today adopted a decision and a regulation clarifying the obligations of Central Securities Depositories (CSD) holding assets and reserves of the Central Bank of Russia (CBR) that are immobilized as consequence of EU’s restrictive measures.
The amount of direct damage caused to Ukraine's infrastructure since the beginning of the full-scale war has increased to $155 billion, with the country's housing stock being the most affected.
Ukrainian Foreign Affairs Minister Dmytro Kuleba has called for bringing to justice those who destroyed Ukrainian-produced grain on the Polish border.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and an International Monetary Fund (IMF) team headed by Uma Ramakrishnan, Deputy Director of the Fund's European Department, have discussed the implementation of reforms and financing of Ukraine this year.
In response to the unlawful actions of Polish farmers on the border with Ukraine, the Ukrainian Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry has issued a statement, inviting Polish protesters to come to Ukraine and see the working conditions of Ukrainian farmers amid the war.
The Polish police have not yet detained anyone in connection with an incident with the Ukrainian grain poured out from the sealed trucks driving in transit via Poland towards Lithuania.
Polish farmers have restricted traffic on the roads leading through the Zosin-Ustyluh and Dolhobyczow-Uhryniv checkpoints and again blocked the Shehyni checkpoint.
Today, a team of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is starting meetings with Ukrainian government officials and other partners in Kyiv.
11 February 2024
The Chelm City Police is investigating the circumstances of the recent incident involving Ukrainian grain trucks near the border crossing in Dorohusk.
During a joint conference in Tokyo, Japan will allocate 15.8 billion yen (US$106 million) in aid to support Ukraine's recovery from the effects of the war over the next seven areas.
Suspending projects run in Europe by Russia’s nuclear giant Rosatom, which is a also manufacturer of nuclear weapons, should be considered separately from the issue of sanctions on the purchase of Russian nuclear fuel.
Ukraine has already exported more than 22 million tonnes of cargo since the creation of a temporary sea corridor six months ago.
The Cabinet of Ministers is planning to allocate more than UAH 40 billion from the state budget this year to stimulate economic activity and help Ukrainian entrepreneurs.