Ukraine is strongly against any further restrictions on its grain exports.
06 September 2023
Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken have discussed the protection of Ukrainian energy infrastructure.
The Sochi meeting was not a breakthrough for the grain initiative. Or could it have been?
President Volodymyr Zelensky held a regular meeting of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief's Staff to prepare the power system for winter.
On September 6, the European Commission (EC) board is to consider proposals by European Commissioner for Agriculture Janusz Wojciechowski to solve the problem of Ukrainian grain exports to five "frontline" countries, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria, and Romania.
The Ukrainian government will submit Ukraine’s draft state budget for 2024 to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine before September 15, 2023.
Germany's SAP industrial software provider to disconnect Russian companies from its services - Yermak
The German supplier of industrial software SAP will disallow access to its product for Russian companies.
05 September 2023
International companies and non-governmental organizations seeking to participate in the recovery of Ukraine can receive support from the Dutch government under the Ukraine Partnership Facility (UPF).
Attempts to resume the Black Sea Grain Initiative are taking place in Kyiv's intensive dialog with Ankara. This resumption should take place without additional requirements or restrictions from Russia.
Russia's arguments about the low rate of grain supplies to African countries are groundless. In addition to direct supplies of grain, starving African and Asian countries receive products processed in third countries.
The U.S. Department of State hailed Turkey's efforts to revive the Black Sea Grain Initiative despite the lack of major breakthroughs from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's and President Vladimir Putin’s talks in Sochi on Monday.
The Ukrainian Grain Association (UGA) has increased its estimate of this year's potential harvest of grains and oilseeds in Ukraine by 3.7 million tonnes to 80.5 million tonnes.
Since the beginning of Russia's full-scale war against Ukraine, the United States has seized over USD 1 billion of private Russian assets in other countries.
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) sold more than $638 million on the interbank foreign exchange market over the past week.
04 September 2023
Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal chaired an interdepartmental meeting of government officials, representatives of the President's Office, the National Bank, and central executive government bodies.
Ukraine has already received 15 shipments of humanitarian aid from Italy with a total weight of more than 161 tons, but the nation needs, in particular, high-voltage equipment for the energy sector.
Romania plays an important role in the EU's efforts to establish alternative maritime routes for the export of Ukrainian grain.
At a meeting in Sochi, the presidents of Türkiye and Russia failed to agree on Moscow's fulfillment of the terms of the Black Sea Grain Initiative agreement and the resumption of the grain corridor.
Ukraine is in contact with partners around the world to reinstate the Black Sea Grain Initiative.
03 September 2023
The share of problematic receivables of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry is a mere 2.7%.
Ukraine has received about USD 100 billion in aid from partners since Russia’s full-scale invasion started.
Since year-start, as of September 1, more than 10,000 Ukrainian agricultural enterprises have received a total of UAH 49 billion in bank loans for capacity development.
The government has allocated more than UAH 277.7 million in compensation for utility services consumed during the free stay of internally displaced persons in state-owned, municipal, and private facilities.
02 September 2023
Two more ships successfully passed through Ukraine’s temporary Black Sea grain corridor.
A new World Bank project "Housing Repair for People’s Empowerment Project” will enable 100,000 families in Ukraine make urgent repairs of homes damaged by Russia’s invasion.
Ireland is ready to support the residents of Mariupol forced to flee their homes amid Russia’s war and help Ukraine in the future reconstruction of the strategic port city on the coast of the Sea of Azov.
Denmark will expand development aid to Ukraine to 1.5 Danish kroner ($160 million) in 2024.
As of September 1, 2023, Ukraine harvested over 33 million tonnes of new crops, including 29.184 million tonnes of grain and over 4 million tonnes of oilseeds.
01 September 2023
The National Agency for Corruption Prevention of Ukraine (NACP) has added leading food corporations PepsiCo and Mars to the list of international sponsors of Russia's war.