Japan has become the first country to contribute $23 million to cover war-related risks when investing in Ukraine.
The European Commission panel held a discussion on the operation of the Solidarity Lanes through which Ukraine’s foodstuffs are exported amid war, while tomorrow EC Executive Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis will meet with representatives from the five EU countries bordering Ukraine, as well as the Ukrainian officials.
Poland will unblock the transit of Ukrainian grain through its territory to ports in Europe on Friday, April 21. However, the ban on imports of Ukrainian agricultural products to the Polish market remains.
The ruling Romanian Social Democrat Party (PSD) will ask the government to issue an emergency decree to impose a temporary ban on Ukrainian grain imports.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has allocated additional EUR 20 million funding for the development of the water supply and wastewater system in Mykolaiv.
The Negmar Cicek ship has delivered 30 thousand tons of wheat to the port of Salif in the Republic of Yemen as part of the humanitarian food program Grain from Ukraine.
Russia is breaking its promises to countries around the world that are dependent on Ukrainian-produced grain.
The Ukrainian-Polish talks regarding the import and transit of Ukrainian agricultural products through the territory of Poland continue in Warsaw on Tuesday.
Sales of Chinese smartphones in Russia stood at over 70% of the Russian market in the first quarter against nearly 50% last year.
Last month, Russia managed to bring its crude oil exports back to pre-war levels.
The Government of Slovakia has decided to suspend the import of grain and other agricultural products from Ukraine.
Over the past week, DTEK power engineers have restored electricity supply to almost 50,000 families in Donetsk and Dnipro regions.
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Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, the EBRD's Managing Director for Eastern Europe and the Caucasus Matteo Patrone and Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine Matti Maasikas have discussed cooperation in the reconstruction of Ukraine and the implementation of reforms.
Ukraine will suffer significant losses due to the embargo on the export of its agricultural products to neighboring countries of the European Union.
Ukraine is expected to receive $42 billion in financial assistance in 2023, including $4.6 billion from the International Monetary Fund, Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Sergiy Nikolaychuk has said.
Covering the budget deficit at the expense of printing more money will lead to the economic and financial collapse in Russia and the bankruptcy of the Vladimir Putin regime.
United States Ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink has accused Russia of trying to choke the Ukrainian economy and slow down the flow of food instead of complying with the terms of the grain corridor.
About 50 ships with Ukrainian grain have been blocked by Russia in the Black Sea again. Thus, the EU will continue to facilitate the export of Ukrainian agricultural products through Solidarity Lanes on the borders between Ukraine and the EU.
On Friday, April 21, UkraineInvest, the Government Office for Attracting and Supporting Investment, will hold an online investment forum in the field of logistics, "FIT for Ukraine."
Today, Ukraine really can and should become a success story, National Bank's Governor, Andriy Pyshnyi, believes.
On April 17, 2023, Russia, for the second time, blocked inspections of ships in Turkish territorial waters heading through the "grain corridor".
According to The Guardian, Slovakia will suspend imports of grain and other selected products from Ukraine, Ukrinform reports.
The State Agency for Restoration and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine (Restoration Agency) has a strategic vision for reconstruction and is already drafting a long-term national recovery strategy.
In the morning of April 17, 2023, Ukraine’s energy system was operating with a surplus capacity. Starting today, Ukraine is exporting electricity to Slovakia in addition to Poland and Moldova.
The United States, the United Kingdom, France, Canada, and Japan have announced an alliance to oust Russia from the international nuclear fuel market.
Before the introduction of restrictions by Poland, Ukraine supplied approximately 10% of the total agricultural exports to the country, including those bound for transit.
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The Netherlands is allocating EUR 100 million to Ukraine through the World Bank in guarantees to finance the country's agriculture.
Russia should compensate Ukraine for the damages it has caused due to its full-scale invasion.
Ukrainian Agrarian Policy and Food Minister Mykola Solskyi and Hungarian Agriculture Minister Istvan Nagy have discussed the situation with the export of Ukrainian agricultural products to Hungary.
Following the example of Poland and Hungary, Bulgaria considers imposing a ban on the import of Ukrainian-produced grain.