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.
As part of Ukraine's aid to the people of Africa, who are on the brink of starvation, the shipment of 25,000 tonnes of Ukrainian wheat was delivered to the port of Berbera in Somalia.
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.