Almost 4.5 million tonnes of grain have been blocked in Ukrainian ports. Exports through the closed sea routes are halted amid an ongoing Russian military invasion.
01 May 2022
This summer, Ukraine will have access to liquefied gas terminals in Poland and the Baltic states.
Russians already stolen several hundred thousand tonnes of Ukrainian grain – Agrarian Policy Ministry
Russian invaders have already exported several hundred thousand tonnes of grain from the temporarily occupied territories in Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions.
Russia looking for "loopholes" in sanctions to get to int’l markets through Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan - intel
To evade sanctions, Russia is negotiating with Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan to set up routs for re-exports of Russian products to international markets.
Sanctions must be imposed on any company or state that helps Russia trade oil.
30 April 2022
Representatives of Russia's Rosatom are demanding daily reports from the Zaporizhzhia NPP management on "confidential issues" regarding the operation of the nuclear power plant.
More than 5,000 online auctions for the sale and lease of land worth over UAH 1.44 billion have been announced via the ProZorro.Sale system.
The Russian authorities have openly acknowledged that the country’s economy will face losses amid sanctions in the near future, and its structural adjustments to the new realities are unlikely.
Ukraine will receive EUR 495 million more in grant funding from the World Bank’s Trust Fund.
At the request of prosecutors, the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office has seized the assets of Cypriot companies totaling more than UAH 469 million.
29 April 2022
Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal discussed the issue of green corridors for Ukrainian products with Federal Chancellor of Austria Karl Nehammer.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted a decision to keep gas prices for the population unchanged.
This week, a temporary but significant shortage of fuel is being observed at gas stations in certain regions of Ukraine, but over the next seven days the deficit will be tackled, as operators have contracted volumes in Western Europe.
A press conference on "Humanitarian aid to Ukraine from Latvia" will be held on April 30 at 1:30 p.m.
The Cabinet of Ministers has allocated UAH 119 billion for the Ministry of Defense, and another UAH 28 billion for the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Ukrainian First Deputy Prime Minister, Economy Minister Yulia Svyrydenko has presented the principles of Ukraine’s economic recovery plan at the international conference ‘After the War: Rethinking the Future of Civil Society’.
On April 29, 2022, Ukraine received EUR 88.5 million in grant aid from the World Bank’s Donor Trust Fund.
In two villages of the Melitopol district in Zaporizhia region, Russian troops are demanding that shop owners stop selling Ukrainian goods and switch to the Russian rouble.
MFA Ukraine on invaders expropriating Ukrainian grain: Russia walks in the footsteps of Stalinists, Nazis
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine strongly condemns Russia's criminal actions related to the so-called "expropriation" of farmers’ crops in the temporarily occupied parts of Kherson region.
Ukrainian Agrarian Policy and Food Minister Mykola Solskyi, Lithuanian Agriculture Minister Kęstutis Navickas and EU Commissioner for Agriculture Janusz Wojciechowski have discussed the possibility of exporting Ukrainian-produced grain via Lithuania’s Klaipėda Port.
28 April 2022
Ukraine will receive a $100 million loan from Japan for development policy in the field of emergency economic recovery and a $2.3 million grant to strengthen the country's health care system and medicine.
President Volodymyr Zelensky has stated that Ukraine is ready to supply electricity to Bulgaria.
Spain has banned a Maltese ship carrying cargo from a Russian vessel.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has named three possible sources of finance for a recovery fund for Ukraine after the war.
Ukrainian diplomats in the United States held a meeting with U.S. liquefied natural gas producers to discuss a range of topical issues to ensure Ukraine's energy security.
Russia's budget deficit in 2022 will amount to at least 1.6 trillion rouble and l be compensated by the National Welfare Fund.
27 April 2022
Ukraine is starting preparations for the reconstruction of cities, communities and infrastructure facilities destroyed by Russian occupiers.
Ukraine’s sufficient exports to global markets will be a significant anti-crisis tool amid the global price crisis, which Russia is trying to provoke.
After the war, Ukraine will continue to heed the EU's call for the implementation of the Green Deal.