JSC Ukrtransnafta has resumed transit of oil to European consumers, the company's press service has said in a report obtained by Ukrinform.
Ukrainian airlines carried 86.9% of flights on schedule In April 2019, according to the Infrastructure Ministry of Ukraine.
The Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine considers the opening of the Uzhgorod Airport only a temporary solution to the problem of air traffic and plans to build a new airport in Zakarpattia region.
Ukraine’s State Forest Resources Agency and National Anti-Corruption Bureau have signed a memorandum on cooperation and the exchange of information, according to the State Forest Resources Agency.
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has begun the second phase of assessing resilience of banks and stress tests of 29 Ukrainian banks, the central bank’s press service has reported.
Infrastructure Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelyan supports the complete cessation of railway communication with Russia, but no trains will be canceled so far.
The team of the Ukrainian Finance Ministry led by Minister Oksana Markarova actively worked with Ukraine's key international partners as part of a working visit to Sarajevo that hosted the Annual Meeting and Business Forum of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the ministry's press service has reported.
Energy and Coal Industry Minister Ihor Nasalyk has said that the function of managing state-owned enterprises should not fall within the ministry’s competence.
The Finance Ministry will submit the Budget Declaration for 2020-2022 to the Cabinet of Ministers for approval next week.
The State Fiscal Service of Ukraine (SFS) reimbursed UAH 57.2 billion worth of value added tax (VAT) to taxpayers in January-April 2019, which is UAH 13.6 billion more than in the corresponding period in 2018, according the SFS press service.
Ukraine’s exports of agricultural products to the EU countries grew by 24.4% in the first quarter of 2019, according to Acting Agrarian Policy and Food Minister of Ukraine Olha Trofimtseva.
The State Executive Service of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine recovered to the benefit of the state UAH 55 million and USD 1 million from the Cypriot companies associated with Yanukovych and the former high-ranking officials.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will send to Kyiv in the coming weeks a review mission that will determine Ukraine's readiness to receive the second tranche of a loan under the current program and will discuss the economic policy for the remainder of the year with the new administration.
Ukraine has every chance to fulfil the necessary conditions under the International Monetary Fund Stand-By Arrangement for getting the second tranche, but this requires the interaction of the government, the president and the parliament.