The mission of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to support and assist in the safety and security of ionizing radiation sources in Ukraine has been completed.
Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal believes that Ukraine will have to work hard this fall to ensure that financial support from the United States does not decrease.
Ukraine this year expects to attract $45.8 billion from international partners for budget financing and $14 billion for rapid recovery.
Ukraine is ready to join the Black Sea grain export deal despite Russian attacks on Odesa and Ukrainian Danube ports.
The amount of direct damage caused to the infrastructure of Ukraine due to Russia’s full-scale invasion is estimated at $150.5 billion, of which $55.9 billion is related to the housing stock.
Russia is offering cheap grain to developing economies "to create new dependencies by exacerbating economic vulnerabilities and global food insecurity."
Ukraine is interested in attracting Japanese experience in economic recovery in the post-war period, in particular in financial support on the part of the private sector.
In July 2023, Ukraine exported 3.7 million tonnes of agricultural products, which is 29% less than in June this year.
In July, Ukraine imported 589 million cubic meters of gas from the European Union and Moldova, almost all of which was stored in bonded warehouse and short-haul mode.
02 August 2023
Sanctions will be imposed on all Russian nuclear industry workers coming to the captured Zaporizhzhia NPP.
Ukraine and Great Britain have signed a memorandum of understanding under which the partners will provide expert support in rebuilding Ukraine.
The first forum of defense industries will take place in Ukraine this autumn, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said.
European Commission plans to lift restrictions on imports of Ukrainian grain despite Poland's objections
The European Commission is ready to support Ukraine on the grain issue, while the Baltic states and Croatia are willing to help with maritime transit.
The Russians using Iranian-made drones have been attacking the infrastructure of Ukraine’s ports in the Danube cluster, leaving almost 40,000 tonnes of food products intended for African countries, China, and Israel damaged.
The Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mykola Solskyi discussed with the Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović the issue of exporting Ukrainian grain through Croatian ports.
U.S. senators introduced a bipartisan bill aimed at supporting Ukraine's energy infrastructure and reducing the EU's dependence on Russia.
Construction work to restore the destroyed Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant after the area is liberated will take about six years.
The Republic of South Africa is trying to convince Russia to return to negotiations on a grain deal that will allow the export of Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea.
The Austrian banking group Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) considers it possible to separate its subsidiary bank in Russia from the parent group no earlier than the end of December, although earlier it was said to be the end of September.
Turkmenistan Airlines has announced the suspension of flights on the Ashgabat-Moscow-Ashgabat route from August 1.
01 August 2023
Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has met with the Ambassadors of the Group of Seven (G7) and discussed with them Ukraine’s reconstruction and reforms intended to strengthen the state.
Ukraine expects to receive $42 billion in international assistance in 2023 and at least $37 billion in 2024.
The representatives of the President's Office discussed the consequences of systemic corruption in the woodworking industry with Ukrainian businesses at their third meeting.
The state should allocate UAH 72 billion for payments to internally displaced persons in 2023.
Volodymyr Lugovskyy, professor of Economics at Indiana University: Economic risks of confiscation of Russian assets are fictitious
The seizure and confiscation of Russian assets is one of the most pressing and complex issues for global politicians today
The Government of Croatia donated €1 million to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to help Ukraine demine agricultural land.
Establishing the Donors’ Coordination Platform in Ukraine with the involvement of the key European institutions will increase credibility and trust in investments in Ukraine.
31 July 2023
In the last six months alone, Russia has imported $502 million worth of sanctioned Western chips, millions of dollars worth of machine tools for the defense industry, at least $171 million worth of spare parts for civil aviation, and $389 million worth of iPhones.
Russia destroys 180,000 t of Ukrainian grain after withdrawal from Grain Initiative - Foreign Ministry
During the nine days of shelling, Russia destroyed 180,000 tonnes of grain crops, 26 port infrastructure facilities, and five civilian vessels.