Slovenia has sent to Ukraine the fourth shipment of energy equipment, which includes 88 transformers, three generators and other devices needed by power engineers.
This year, farmers of Dnipropetrovsk region collected more than 4 million tonnes of grain, which is a third less than last year.
Legal entities have brought 269,500 power generators to Ukraine, while another 20,000 were imported by individuals since November 11.
28 December 2022
In view of sanctions, Lithuania has frozen EUR 77.883 million worth of assets owned by nine Russian companies and USD 9.457 million owned by six legal entities and one individual from Belarus.
Ukraine's National Nuclear Energy Generating Company Energoatom denied information about the alleged shutdown of Ukrainian nuclear power units and stated that all of them are operating at the highest available capacity.
Ukraine is and will continue to be a leader in global efforts for food security.
The reconstruction of Ukraine after the end of hostilities will be the largest economic project in Europe.
Eleven ships with Ukrainian agricultural products have departed from Ukraine's Black Sea ports as part of the Black Sea Grain Initiative over the past two days.
In 2022, Ukrgasvydobuvannya JSC drilled 47 new wells.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and Larry Fink, CEO of the world's largest investment company BlackRock, discussed the coordination of efforts of potential investors and participants in the reconstruction of Ukraine.
Since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Poland and the Poles have provided Ukraine and the Ukrainians with PLN 35-40 billion ($8-9 billion) in aid.
27 December 2022
Ukraine will take into account all military risks while rebuilding its energy industry.
Ukrainian Energy Minister German Galushchenko has called on the international community to introduce sanctions against Russia's nuclear industry and give up Russian nuclear fuel.
The court seized 166,000 tonnes of iron ore, stored in Ukrainian seaports, belonging to a foreign company, worth an estimated UAH 1.8 billion.
From March to September, almost no new mortgage lending contracts were signed, while in September-October, a little more than a hundred mortgage loans were issued with an average amount of about UAH 1 million.
The Ukrainian Energy Ministry is working to increase power generation volumes and expand electricity transmission opportunities. A significant improvement in the situation in the energy system is already noticeable.
Nine more vessels loaded with 390,000 tonnes of agricultural products for African, Asian and European countries have left the Odesa region’s ports as part of the ‘grain initiative’.
26 December 2022
During New Year’s holidays, Russia may try to deal a significant blow to Ukraine's power system. If no new damage is incurred to the grid, Ukrainians will be able to enjoy a few days without blackouts.
Capacity shortage in the power system remains significant, as do the existing limitations in the power transmission system.
More than 15 million tonnes of grain and foodstuffs have been exported from Ukraine since the Black Sea Grain Initiative was launched.
25 December 2022
The team of the Ukrainian State Property Fund has received the first shipment of generators for Ukraine from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Warsaw.
Ukraine has received 41 powerful generators intended for health facilities from the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Support for Ukraine's energy sector from international partners has reached almost $1.5 billion.
There is still enough room in Vinnytsia region, central Ukraine, for accommodating internally displaced persons (IDPs).
24 December 2022
A number of Japanese insurers on January 1, 2023, will stop insuring ships for war damage in all Russian waters.
In 2022, the EU countries have sent more than 1,000 power generators to Ukraine against the background of Russian attacks on energy infrastructure facilities.
The United Arab Emirates has announced the delivery of 2,500 generators to Ukraine to help the population survive the winter.
There remains a significant shortage of electricity in Ukraine’s power system, with the most difficult situation being observed in Kyiv region, eastern and southern regions of Ukraine as of December 24.
Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Rafael Mariano Grossi held another round of talks in Moscow on the establishment of a demilitarized zone around the Zaporizhzhia NPP captured by the Russians.