The list of 103 priority investment projects to be implemented by 2023, which the Cabinet of Ministers approved at a meeting on 18 November, includes 14 airports, the CFTS portal reports, citing the Interfax Ukraine news agency.
According to documents accompanying the relevant Cabinet of Ministers directive, the list of projects includes reopening and further development of the international airport in Cherkasy; reconstruction of the airfield at the Ivano-Frankivsk international airport; reconstruction of the international airport in Chernivtsi (all to be financed with funds from the state budget, local budgets, and investors).
The other priorities include modernization of the basic infrastructure of the Kherson international airport (to be financed with funds from state and local budgets and credits); reconstruction of the Vinnytsia international airport, reconstruction of the Odesa international airport (the third phase of construction), reconstruction of the Dnipro international airport, construction of a new airport in Zakarpattia, and reconstruction of the international airport in Poltava (all to be financed with funds from the state budget, local budgets, and investors).
In addition, the priority projects include upgrade of the infrastructure of the Rivne international airport (to be financed exclusively by an investor); renovation of the runway, buildings, and networks of the Sumy airport (to be financed with funds from the state budget, the local budget, investors, and credits); reconstruction of the international airports in Kryvyi Rih and Mykolaiv (with funds from the state and local budgets and investors); reconstruction and modernization of the airport in Zhytomyr (with funds from investors and the state budget).
As the CFTS portal reported, the Cabinet of Ministers has approved six priority investment projects in the railway industry and five in the maritime industry to be implemented by 2023. The list of priority investment projects to be implemented in Ukraine until 2023 includes construction of a logistics network and development of a network of rural branches of the Ukrposhta postal operator.