On Sunday, November 26, the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant temporarily seized by Russians was on the verge of blackout all day.
The Kherson community has received more than 160 solar batteries and 40 inverters.
Ukraine is experiencing fuel supply issues due to the situation on the Ukrainian-Polish border.
26 November 2023
DTEK repair teams have already restored power supply to 25,000 homes in 138 settlements of Odesa region.
Austria will provide another EUR 3.8 million for the Grain from Ukraine initiative.
Polish carriers continue blocking truck traffic at four checkpoints on the border with Ukraine. Starting tomorrow, the blockade in front of the Shehyni checkpoint will last around the clock.
Switzerland will donate 3 million francs (over EUR 3 million) to the World Food Programme, which is implementing the Grain from Ukraine initiative.
The Swedish government will provide Ukraine with more than EUR 8.7 million as part of the Grain From Ukraine initiative.
Famine is remaining a common tool of genocide for Russia.
An emergency drill was held at one of the Ukrainian nuclear power plants to test personnel’s readiness for a possible blackout as a result of a Russian missile attack.
25 November 2023
As of November 25, the volume of electricity generation in Ukraine is sufficient to cover domestic consumer demand.
Of the projected harvest of more than 79 million tons this year, Ukraine will use 25% for its own needs, while rest will be directed to the nations tackling hunger.
Ukraine’s Naval Forces will receive from partners a number of cutters to ensure the safety of commercial vessels carrying food products along the Black Sea "grain corridor".
As part of the Grain from Ukraine initiative, Lithuania will allocate EUR 2 million by the end of the year and is ready to increase the transit capacity of Baltic ports for Ukrainian exports.
As of today, $100 million have been already accumulated to continue the Grain from Ukraine program.
Ukraine intends to produce 50 percent of nuclear fuel required for the operation of its nuclear power plants, while the other half will be obtained from American partners, which will effectively destroy Russia’s monopoly in this field.
As of November 24, 153 civilian ships with food have already passed through the Black Sea humanitarian corridor, the security of which is ensured by the Ukrainian Navy.
As per preliminary estimates of the Ministry of Economy, GDP in October grew by 10.5% compared to October last year, thanks to a good harvest and stable operation of the temporary sea corridor.
Ukraine has ensured the restoration of the maritime corridor in the Black Sea for the export of grain, which is important for global food security, on its own.
As of November 24, 2023, Ukrainian farmers harvested 75.7 million tons of new grain and oilseeds.
24 November 2023
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted a decision that will allow attracting a grant from Germany in the amount of almost UAH 2 billion.
Minister of Defense Rustem Umerov met with Ukrainian arms manufacturers, noting that providing the Army with domestically-produced weapons systems is a priority for his ministry.
Today, the office of the Turkish Foreign Economic Relations Council (DEIK) in Istanbul hosted the Grain from Ukraine conference, where the humanitarian food program was presented to Turkish business representatives.
Finland will provide €3 million in additional support to improve food security in Ukraine. In particular, the funds will be used to support grain exports and to help demine villages.
Ukraine and Lithuania have signed a joint statement on continuing cooperation in the country's restoration.
Despite Russian war of aggression, as of November 2023, Ukraine remains the third largest supplier of agricultural products to the EU, behind only Brazil and the United Kingdom.
Russia should immediately withdraw its troops, equipment, machinery and other personnel from the illegally seized Zaporizhzhia NPP, and full control over the plant should be returned to competent Ukrainian personnel.
As of this morning, the Ukrainian-Slovak border is unblocked, and trucks are being allowed to cross as usual.
On the territory of Poland, the blockade in front of the Medyka checkpoint (Republic of Poland), adjacent to the Ukrainian checkpoint Shehyni, has resumed.