In Ukraine, electricity generation decreased due to the emergency repair of one of the units at the thermal power plant.
Ukraine has always been and will always be a responsible participant in global food market relations.
“Ukraine has always been and will always be a responsible participant in global food market relations. Even having suffered from terrorist aggression from Russia, we continue to supply food to countries all over the world. Although Russia has blocked our ports on the Black Sea, we have found a diplomatic way to resume exports,” President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky addressed Berlin Agriculture Ministers' Conference participants.
20 January 2023
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine is looking for ways to revive private sector investments in the domestic economy, and a number of global giants are already interested in participating in the implementation of the program of Ukraine’s transformation and reconstruction.
Swiss Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis said that his country supports the idea of confiscating frozen Russian assets and using them to rebuild Ukraine.
Since the latest massive shelling of Ukraine’s energy facilities, power engineers have managed to add generation to the power system and increase power transmission capabilities.
Forty-four countries have already joined the initiatives to supply food from Ukraine supported by the EU and the UN. Thanks to the grain program, 5 million people around the world who suffer from food shortages are provided with food.
In the coming months, the U.S. Department of Justice plans to begin transferring part of the confiscated assets of the Russian Federation to Ukraine through the State Department in accordance with the recently adopted law.
19 January 2023
The United States will allocate $125 million to procure electrical parts and other supplies needed for the restoration of Ukraine’s energy system.
18 January 2023
There is progress in establishing a safety zone around the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal and IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi have coordinated actions to guarantee safety at all nuclear facilities in Ukraine.
Ukraine has called on the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to impose sanctions on Russia’s Rosatom.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Support and Assistance Mission has been launched at Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant (NPP).
A total of 659 vessels have left the Odesa region’s ports since the ‘grain initiative’ was launched. They exported Ukrainian-produced agricultural products to Asian, European and African countries.
Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has stated that Ukraine's post-war restoration program will be the largest reconstruction project since World War II.
On January 17, 2022, the Ukrainian Finance Ministry placed government domestic bonds worth UAH 5.5 billion.
17 January 2023
Russia’s latest massive missile attack on Ukraine had destructive effects on the country’s power system and resulted in significant damage to generation facilities.
Ukraine is planning to purchase energy equipment worth more than EUR 100 million, using contributions from the Energy Support Fund.
Since the beginning of the war, international partners have allocated more than EUR 113 billion to Ukraine, including military, financial, and humanitarian aid from foreign governments.
The European Union announced the allocation of the first €3 billion tranche within the framework of the macro-financial assistance to Ukraine worth a total of 18 billion euros.
International Key Expert on Customs Reforms, EU Public Finance Management Support Programme for Ukraine (EU4PFM)
Most of the companies from Austria, represented on the Russian market before the war, continue to work there without any self-limitations.
The Matros Pozynich bulk carrier continues to export grain highly likely stolen in Ukraine to Syria’s Tartus.
Starting from January 18, JSC Ukrzaliznytsia, Ukraine’s railway operator, is resuming another rail route with Romania: Rakhiv - Valea-Viseului - Rakhiv.
The operations of the IAEA missions at all Ukrainian nuclear power plants will allow assessing threats to nuclear safety and contribute to the strengthening of this safety at nuclear facilities amid constant enemy attacks.
Businesses are reported to have moderated their negative expectations regarding the dynamics of production volumes for the next 12 months.
Emergency power outages have been enforced in Kyiv and Kyiv region, therefore stabilization schedules are currently not in effect.
16 January 2023
IAEA representatives arrived at the South Ukraine NPP on a monitoring mission. Foreign nuclear safety experts will stay at the plant until the end of hostilities in Ukraine.
PM Shmyhal, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Sherman discuss energy infrastructure restoration, financial aid
Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has discussed the key war-related challenges with a delegation of high-ranking officials from the United States.
On January 14-15, 2023, six ships carrying 153,000 tonnes of Ukrainian agricultural products left the seaports of Odesa region.
As of the morning of January 16, the capacity deficit has increased significantly, while energy repair teams are working to restore the power system.