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7 November 2022

Temporary Crossing Built Over Siverskyi Donets River In Liberated Izium, Kharkiv Region

The temporary crossing is next to a destroyed bridge on the M-03 Highway Kyiv – Kharkiv.

Belarusian Security Forces Step Up Protection Of Railway Infrastructure

Ordinary railway workers are already suffering because of the tightening of the measures.

Lloyd's Resumes Cargo Insurance For Black Sea Grain Corridor

Other insurers also provide insurance cover through the Ascot facility.

4 November 2022

Risoil Releases Information About Progress Of Construction Of Unique Pier In Chornomorsk Port

The launch of the pier will increase cargo turnover and budget revenues and mark the beginning of a new stage in the port's development.

Russian Occupiers Loot Fire Engines, Buses, And Ambulances From Kherson - Military Administration

The enemy is removing utility enterprises’ equipment.

EBA Supports Idea Of Building Broad-Gauge Railway In Poland For Exporting Ukrainian Goods

Ukrainian businesses are ready to guarantee Poland that they will continue to use such a transport corridor even after the war.

Ukrzaliznytsia Launches Combined Service To Liberated Kupiansk

Ninety-five percent of the route is covered by train and the last mile from the Osynove roadside stop to Kupiansk is covered by free shuttle buses provided by the local community.

Airline Delivering Iranian Drones To Russia Previously Flew To Ukraine

Drones are delivered from Iran to Russia via air and sea routes.

10 Million Tons Of Ukrainian Agricultural Products Exported To 43 Countries Via ‘Grain Corridor’

Seven vessels carrying 290,000 tons of grain left the ports of Greater Odesa on 3 November.

3 November 2022

Deutsche Bahn Unable To Export Grain From Ukraine At Full Capacity Due To EU Bureaucracy

The company believes that it is necessary to expand the infrastructure and speed up border procedures at the EU’s external borders.

Russian Defense Ministry Announces Russia Resuming Participation In ‘Grain Agreement’

The ministry said it had received written guarantees that Ukraine would not use the "grain corridor" to conduct military operations against Russia.

Blocking Of ‘Grain Corridor’ Could Provoke Significant Increase In Grain Prices - Solskyi

The Ukrainian Ministry of Agrarian Policy believes that an increase in prices will be felt even in those countries that have never bought Ukrainian grain.

2 November 2022

Ukrzaliznytsia Transports 12 Million Tons Of Cargo In October

This volume includes 5 million tons of export cargo.

SBU Detains Russian Military Intelligence Saboteur Planning Explosions On Odesa Railway

Over 3 kg of TNT, an anti-tank mine, and detonators were seized from the detainee.

Russia Fires On 2 Civilian Tugboats In Mykolaiv Region

Two crew members were killed.

17 Vessels Pass Through Humanitarian Maritime Corridor In 2 Days Under Grain Initiative - Infrastructure Ministry

In the three months since the launch of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, 422 vessels have exported almost 10 million tons of agricultural products.

1 November 2022

EU To Consider Extending European-Gauge Railway Network To Ukraine And Moldova

A pre-feasibility study for the extension of the railway network has been launched.

Ukrainian Farmers Urge Poland To Build Broad-Gauge Railway To Baltic Ports

According to the authors of the appeal, such a railway would allow export of Ukrainian agricultural products through the ports of Klaipeda and Gdańsk.

12 Ships Leave Greater Odesa Ports On Monday Under ‘Grain Initiative’

The "grain corridor" continues to operate.

Russia Trying To Provoke Inflation Rise In Europe By Withdrawing From Grain Initiative

In this way, the Russian Federation is also trying to increase social tensions in the EU and earn money by exporting its own grain.

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