The European Union has included Ukrainian logistics routes in the Trans-European Transport Network.

The Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.

"This decision is a strategic step in the process of integration of Ukraine into the EU and it will facilitate the implementation of the EU’s ‘Solidarity Lanes’ initiative to facilitate the export of Ukraine’s agricultural products and delivery of humanitarian aid to Ukraine," the statement said.

In particular, the following changes were made: the North-Baltic Corridor was extended through Lviv and Kyiv to Mariupol; the Baltic Sea – Black Sea – Aegean corridor was extended through Lviv and Chernivtsi (Romania and Moldova) to Odesa; the Baltic Sea – Adriatic Sea and Rhine – Danube corridors will pass through Lviv.