Ukrainian Minister Showed The Infrastructure Of Kharkiv Region Destroyed By Russians

The leaderships of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Ukrzaliznytsia have shown the current state of the infrastructure in the Kharkiv region, where Russian occupiers were temporarily located.

Freight Cost For Vessels Transporting Russian Coal Increases 9 Times

Only 30% of the world's bulk freight is currently available to the Russian coal industry.

European Market Participants See Prospects For Development Of Additional EU-Ukraine Railway Infrastructure After War

Representatives of transport enterprises know that logistics must adapt to the new geopolitical realities in the long term.

7 More Ships Carrying Grain Leave Ukrainian Seaports

Almost 3 million tons of Ukrainian products have already been shipped through the grain corridor.

SkyUp Receives Confirmation Of Compliance With Swiss Aviation Safety Standards

The Ukrainian carrier also boasted of a high rating from flight safety inspectors.

Third Ship Chartered By UN Enters Ukrainian Port To Load Grain For Africa

It is one of the ships chartered by the UN World Food Program to transport grain.

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