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Odesa Region Approves Construction Of New Bridge Over Sukhyi Estuary

The Odesa regional administration has approved the project documentation for construction of a bridge across Sukhyi Estuary (Sukhyi Liman), with a branch to the village of Malodolynske from the Odesa-Chornomorsk (formerly Illichivsk) highway.

Cabinet Approves Ukrzaliznytsia’s Financial Plan With 10% Average Annual Increase Of Freight Rates

The Cabinet of Ministers has approved the Ukrzaliznytsia public railway company’s financial plan, which provides for a 10% average annual increase of freight rates

Ukrainian-Romanian Ferry To Be Built Across River Danube In October

Work on construction of a ferry across River Danube between Orlovka (Ukraine) and Isaccea (Romania) in the Reni district of the Odesa region will be completed in October this year.

Almost Half Of Ukrzaliznytsia’s Freight Wagons Will Have To Be Written Off In 3-4 Years

About 50% of freight cars in the inventory fleet of the Ukrzaliznytsia public railway company are due to be written off in the next 3-4 years. Yevhen Kravtsov, a board member of Ukrzaliznytsia, announced this.

Cabinet Approves State Program For Development Of Airports Until 2023

On 24 February, the Cabinet of Ministers approved the state program for development of 17 airports until 2023, with total investment planned at UAH 8.697 billion. The document is available on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers.

Kazakhstan Changing Freight Logistics To Aktau And Baku Ports Because Of Russian Sanctions

The main routes for delivery of goods to Kazakhstan will be redirected because of the extension of Russian sanctions on goods from Turkey and Ukraine, the press service of the Atameken National Chamber of Entrepreneurs announced in a statement.

Germany Working On ‘Marshall Plan’ For Ukraine - Bundestag Member

Germany is working on a "Marshall Plan" for Ukraine. Karl-Georg Wellmann, the head of the German-Ukrainian parliamentary group in the Bundestag, announced this in an interview.

Ukrzaliznytsia To Send Group Of Employees To EU To Study Operations Of Major Passenger Train Stations

The Ukrzaliznytsia public railway company intends to send a group of its employees to the European Union to study the operations of major passenger train stations, Ukrzaliznytsia’s acting Board Chairman Oleksandr Zavhorodnyi announced this.