Today, the Government of Ukraine will extend the contract with Andriy Kobolev, the Chairman of the Executive Board of NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine, for another year.
As of March 1, 2019, the funds accumulated by the Deposit Guarantee Fund of Ukraine amounted to UAH 13.937 billion, according to the fund's press service.
The Deposit Guarantee Fund last week sold insolvent banks' assets worth UAH 136.82 million, the fund's press service reports.
The state budget has already received UAH 838 million from the sale of small-scale privatization facilities through the electronic procurement system ProZorro.Sale.
Ukraine and the Islamic Republic of Iran are interested in cooperation in agriculture. The Iranian side is considering three draft memorandums of cooperation in the agricultural sector.
Ukrainian Railways Ukrzaliznytsia will launch Odesa-Zhytomyr train from March 31, the company’s press service reported.
A technical mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which ended its work in Ukraine last week, has positively assessed the implementation of the conditions of a new cooperation program. The IMF’s assessment mission is expected to arrive in May-June.
Ukraine has exported over 35 million tonnes of grain crops since the beginning of the current marketing year.
The Deposit Guarantee Fund of Ukraine has extended the term of liquidation of JSC Commercial Bank Expobank, the Fund’s press service reports.
The National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission (NEURC) of Ukraine has endorsed the resolution on approving the investment program of the state-owned enterprise NPC Ukrenergo for 2019 in the amount of UAH 3.303 billion, which is twice less than suggested by the enterprise.
Due to decentralization, the budgets of local communities have significantly increased in relation to the state budget. The budgets of community development have also increased.
Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) Serhiy Kryvonos has said that six months are needed to fully reform State Concern Ukroboronprom, which includes more than 130 state-owned enterprises of the military-industrial complex.
Ukraine has become the first country in the world to diversify the sources of nuclear fuel supply.
Ukrainian SkyUp Airlines has announced it will launch four new regular flights from Odesa to Armenia, Spain, Georgia and Italy.