Ukraine's economy is growing despite the Kakhovka dam explosion and Russia's withdrawal from the grain deal.
Efforts to restore the operation of the Black Sea Grain Initiative are ongoing and there is an international consensus on the need to return to this initiative.
Ukraine's National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) has included Bermuda-based company Bacardi Limited, which imported $169 million worth of goods to Russia last year, in the list of international war sponsors.
On the night of August 10, Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant (ZNPP), temporarily seized by Russian troops, lost power from the main 750 kV external power line.
The fall of the Russian ruble continues amid a significant outflow of foreign currency, deteriorating foreign trade conditions and sanctions in connection with Russia's war against Ukraine.
Consumer prices in July 2023 decreased by 0.6% compared to June. On an annualized basis, inflation was 11.3%.
Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mykola Solskyi held talks with Minister of Agriculture of Hungary István Nagy, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Slovak Republic Jozef Bires, and Minister of Transport of the Slovak Republic Pavol Lančarič.
09 August 2023
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has allocated almost UAH 4.8 billion to the regions to implement projects aimed at restoring the normal life of communities.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has designated eight individuals and five entities identifying one aircraft as blocked property on the three-year anniversary of the Belarusian authorities' falsification of the August 2020 presidential election and their callous crackdown on the Belarusian protest movement demanding fundamental freedoms
The Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine’s parliament, adopted at second reading and in its entirety the government’s draft law on state reserves (No.9079).
In the 2023/2024 marketing year, as of August 9, 2023, Ukraine exported 2.762 million tons of grains and legumes.
The government of Japan has introduced new sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.
The Financial Crime Investigation Service (FNTT) of the Lithuanian Ministry of Internal Affairs reported that the total amount of assets frozen in the country due to international financial sanctions imposed on Russia and Belarus reached €103 million.
The energy facilities’ repair campaign goes according to plan.
08 August 2023
During the year after Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Russian pipeline gas supplies to the EU countries dropped from 50% to 8% of total gas imports.
The reopening of Uzhhorod airport by the end of Russia's war is out of the question, as the safety of civilians is above the carrier's business interests, and the arguments that the airfield is close to the border with a NATO country are illusory.
Ukrainian farmers have already threshed almost 16.6 million tonnes of grain.
Ukraine, together with partners from the United States of America, will launch a project on energy sustainability of communities.
The number of enterprises working in the defense industry is growing, showing that the government is gradually putting the economy on a war footing.
Ukraine's National Nuclear Energy Generating Company Energoatom repaired five nuclear reactors at the country's nuclear power plants this year.
The largest European companies have suffered at least €100 billion in direct losses from their operations in Russia since Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine last year.
The American bank JPMorgan has stopped processing payments from Russia's Rosselkhozbank, which is under sanctions from the United States and the European Union.
07 August 2023
The number of victims of the explosion in the port of Derince in northwestern Turkey has increased to 10, and 13 elevators have been damaged.
As of 1 August, Ukraine’s international reserves stood at $41.7 billion, reaching a record high since Ukraine gained its independence.
Ukraine's National Agency for Corruption Prevention (NACP) has reinstated the status of five Greek carriers on the list of international war sponsors. These companies failed to meet the conditions agreed upon during negotiations to remove them from the list.
The South Korean government has decided to allow Korean businesspeople to visit Ukraine for negotiations on participation in reconstruction projects.
Just 1.6% of the Ukrainian energy objects affected by Russian attacks have been renovated.
06 August 2023
Russia’s manufacturing industry is suffering from a record-breaking labor shortage.
The German Federal Government has provided $1.55 billion in financial assistance to Ukraine since Russia’s full-scale invasion started, mostly through grants.