Ukrainian households will be provided with electricity under all scenarios of the upcoming heating season, which were worked out by NEC Ukrenergo analysts, including the shutdown of the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant.
The European Union intends not only to help Ukraine in its recovery, but also to contribute to the full realization of its enormous potential.
Ukraine’s power system operator NEC Ukrenergo has fully restored operations at two main power lines in Kharkiv following a Russian strike on local critical infrastructure that left the area de-energized.
Some 3.1 million tonnes of agricultural products have been exported from Ukraine since the agreement on safe transportation of crops from the country’s ports was signed between Ukraine, Turkey, Russia, and the United Nations.
On September 14, five more vessels loaded with grain have left Ukrainian ports through the “grain corridor”.
13 September 2022
Next year, the inflation rate may reach 30%, and the dollar exchange rate will fluctuate and will be approximately UAH 42.
Since the agreement between Ukraine, Turkey, Russia, and the UN on the transportation of grain from Ukraine entered into force, 129 ships loaded with 2.9 million tonnes of grain have left the Ukrainian ports.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine submits the draft state budget for 2023 to the Verkhovna Rada.
Ukraine's draft state budget for 2023, which was approved by the government on September 13, envisages a monthly deficit of more than $3 billion.
The International Monetary Fund has allocated $1.4 billion in additional support to Ukraine.
Ukraine is already cooperating with the United Nations and Turkey and the recipient countries of Ukrainian agricultural products to prevent Russia from disrupting the "grain agreement".
On September 13, 2022, seven more vessels loaded with Ukrainian-produced agricultural crops left Odesa Port, Chornomorsk Port and Pivdennyi Port via the ‘grain corridor’.
The International Atomic Energy Agency reported that a second back-up power line to the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant had been restored, enabling safe reactor cooling.
12 September 2022
The Ikaria Angel bulker, chartered by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), has checked at the port of Chornomorsk to load 30,000 tonnes of wheat. The vessel will head off for Ethiopia.
On Monday, September 12, the governments of France and Romania signed an agreement on facilitating grain exports from Ukraine by land.
Ukraine may save about $5.9 billion within a year, as investors have agreed to reschedule its external debt service payments until 2024.
Ukraine has received about $18 billion in aid from international partners since February 24, 2022.
Nine more vessels loaded with Ukrainian-produced agricultural crops have left Odesa Region’s ports.
11 September 2022
The Ministry of Defence of the United Kingdom refuted the statement by Russian president Putin that the majority of Ukrainian grain was delivered to the EU and not to poor countries.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has confirmed that a back-up power line needed for cooling has been restored at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant.
Ukraine's Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has called on partners to promote the intensification of cooperation with the International Monetary Fund, as the IMF is a pillar of the country's further financial development.
Ukraine can become a new major supplier of energy resources to the European Union, thus replacing the Russian Federation.
The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant has put operations to a full halt.
As of September 10, Russia's military aggression caused more than $340B in damage to Ukraine as confirmed by the World Bank.
10 September 2022
German Federal Foreign Affairs Minister Annalena Baerbock has called on the Russian side to allow the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) mission to stay at Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) for a long time and hand back control over the plant to Ukraine as its sole legal owner.
At the request of the Polish side, Ukraine will consider opening quotas for the export of 100,000 tonnes of coal to Poland in September.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved the decision to raise $530 million as additional financing from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD).
As part of the ‘grain initiative’, five more vessels loaded with 90,000 tonnes of Ukrainian-produced agricultural crops have left Ukraine’s Odesa Port, Chornomorsk Port and Pivdennyi Port.
Another ship carrying grain from Ukraine has arrived in Africa within the framework of the “grain initiative”.