In the USA, the PolyITAN-HP-30 nanosatellite, created for the 30th anniversary of Ukraine’s Independence by specialists of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, was launched into orbit.
Ukraine’s government plans to start rebuilding in the near future the country’s destroyed housing stock at the expense of funds seized from Russian banks.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine is considering the possibility of building a decentralized energy system, in particular through constructing mini-power plants and smaller generation facilities, which will become less vulnerable to Russian strikes.
Ukrainians to have access to internet for 10-12 hours after blackout - Ministry of Digital Transformation
The Ministry of Digital Transformation together with Canada’s eQualitie handed over 172 SBL batteries to internet providers in all regions of Ukraine.
Nine ships carrying 432,000 tonnes of Ukrainian agricultural products have left Ukraine's Black Sea ports over the past weekend.
The State Regulatory Service has drafted a bill proposing to increase by at least 100 times fines for officials guilty of excessive administrative pressure on businesses.
The State Regulatory Service plans to do everything possible so that this year Ukraine becomes an associate member of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
02 January 2023
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen have discussed financial support for Ukraine during a phone call, including the possibility of Ukraine receiving the first tranche of macro-financial assistance in January.
Ukraine and Brazil are interested in expanding bilateral trade through the removal of trade barriers, promoting business development, and implementing projects within the Investment Menu.
About 600 ships have already left Ukrainian ports and 16 million tonnes of agricultural products have been exported within the framework of grain initiative.
Portugal has promised to help Ukraine in the reconstruction of educational facilities and to strengthen economic and political cooperation between the states.
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) sold $1.102 billion and bought $9.6 million on the interbank foreign exchange market over the past week.
As of the morning of January 2, the situation in Ukraine's power system remains fully under control.
The European Union is using all mechanisms and partnerships available to help Ukraine survive the winter cold.
One of the main sanctions the EU adopted was to stop 90% of Russian oil supplies to Europe by the end of 2022 and thus deprive Moscow of corresponding revenues.
A blackout in Ukraine is possible only in theory, because power engineers have already developed a number of solutions to ensure the stable operation of the country's power system in the face of constant attacks.
01 January 2023
Ukraine’s economy has adapted to war-time conditions and is ready for new challenges.
31 December 2022
Ukraine’s energy system remains stable despite Russia’s recent missile attack. Relevant services are working to eliminate negative effects.
The total amount of damage caused to Ukraine's environment as a result of the Russian invasion has exceeded UAH 1.5 trillion.
Russia has allowed its gas exporters to accept debt payments, provided by gas buyers from "unfriendly" countries, in foreign currency.
30 December 2022
A 330 kilovolt (kV) back-up power line to Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) was disconnected late yesterday due to damage caused by shelling,
Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has stated that Ukraine has provided itself with foodstuffs for the next year.
In cooperation with the World Bank and the European Commission, the Ukrainian government has estimated the amount of funds needed for Ukraine’s reconstruction.
The Ukrainian government has allocated more than UAH 1.2 trillion for the security and defense sector since the full-scale war started.
Ukraine has received from Poland another batch of Starlink satellite communication terminals, which will be sent to Invincibility Points set up across country to provide emergency power and heating to people in areas affected by long blackouts in the winter period.
The ship Neva has delivered 25,000 tonnes of food wheat to Somalia as part of the Grain from Ukraine program.
The Administration of State Material Reserves of the Czech Republic has already handed over to Ukraine six temporary bridge structures, and another 12 similar bridges are expected to be delivered in 2023.
A total of 94,000 tenders worth UAH 120 billion have been held via the ProZorro e-procurement system since the Russian full-scale invasion started.
29 December 2022
In the city of Odesa and the district, 450,000 customers remain without electricity after the Russian missile attack.