Poland asked Ukraine for help in the energy sector, in particular with electricity exports.
09 September 2022
Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and his Polish counterpart Mateusz Morawiecki at a meeting in Kyiv discussed military cooperation, the strengthening of sanctions against Russia, preparations for a difficult heating season and the development of border infrastructure between the two countries.
During an informal meeting in Prague, EU finance ministers agreed on the terms of providing Ukraine with the next tranche of the emergency macro-financial aid package in the amount of EUR 5 billion, which is part of a total package of EUR 9 billion.
The current cost of reconstruction and recovery in Ukraine due to the destruction caused by the Russian invasion amounts to at least $349 billion.
On Friday, September 9, three ships loaded with Ukrainian agricultural products left the ports of Odesa region.
Minister of Justice Denys Maliuska has said Ukraine expects to receive at least $300 billion in reparations from Russia.
08 September 2022
In August 2022, inflation in Ukraine accelerated to about 23% in annual terms, according to preliminary estimates of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU).
Ukraine expects to receive announced official financing totaling $12 billion by the end of the current year.
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has decided to leave its key policy rate unchanged at 25%.
The U.S. Department of State has hit back at Russian President Vladimir Putin after he told the Eastern Economic Forum that international sanctions, imposed on Russia following its aggression toward Ukraine, were not working.
Asian countries are major importers of Ukrainian agricultural products, accounting for 43.9% of total exports.
Ukraine is planning to transport up to 2 million tonnes of vegetable oil through a pipeline to Poland’s Port of Gdańsk annually.
Ukroboronprom State Concern has signed a framework cooperation agreement with the American corporation, Honeywell.
07 September 2022
Kuleba: Two-thirds of Ukrainian grain under ‘grain initiative’ directed to Africa, Asia and Middle East
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba has said that two-thirds of Ukrainian grain under the "grain initiative" is directed to countries of Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Ukraine increases grain exports by 20-30% every month, according to Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food Mykola Solskyi.
The Cabinet of Ministers has completely banned Ukrainian coal exports.
An IAEA mission's visit to Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant did not bring tangible results in terms of creating a demilitarized zone.
Ukraine has started political consultations with the leaders of the EU countries regarding a new macro-financial assistance program for 2023.
The European Commission is allocating EUR 5 billion for macro-financial assistance to Ukraine.
On September 7, 2022, four more vessels loaded with Ukrainian-produced grain left Odesa Region’s ports.
On September 6, 2022, the Ukrainian Finance Ministry raised UAH 47.347 million in the state budget from the sale of war bonds.
Ukraine and Poland agreed to build a cross-border pipeline to transport Ukrainian vegetable oils to the port of Gdansk.
Russia has no right to use the Zaporizhia NPP in its dirty war and must stop its aggression and withdraw its troops from Ukraine.
06 September 2022
Ukraine has the potential to become a green energy hub for Europe that will replace Russia's dirty energy resources.
The complete recovery of Ukraine after the victory in the war unleashed by Russia will be the largest economic project in Europe, which can currently be estimated at more than $1 trillion.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in its report following its mission’s visit to the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant, Europe’s largest station, which was captured by Russian troops on March 4, has called for the immediate creation of a safety zone around the facility.
Ukrainian farmers have already started to sow winter grain crops, such as wheat, rye and barley, in seven regions.
In August 2022, Ukraine’s international reserves increased by 13.6%, to USD 25.436 billion as of September 1.
Six vessels loaded with Ukrainian agricultural products departed from Ukraine's Black Sea ports through a "grain corridor" early on Tuesday, September 6.