Ukraine’s minister of infrastructure and his British counterpart have signed a joint action plan to help rebuild Ukraine's transport infrastructure.

Under the joint action plan, Britain agrees to share expert advice from prestigious UK-based private-sector organizations, the CFTS portal reports, citing the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure.

British experts will offer knowledge in airport, runway, and port reconstruction and work with the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure to identify training opportunities for airport staff, air traffic controllers, and aviation security.

Britain will also send five buses from the Go Ahead Group to support reconnecting the Ukrainian public and buy equipment for repairing the routes that are crucial for the export of grain.

The British transport secretary also provided more detail about the GBP 10 million support package for the Ukrainian Railways joint-stock company (Ukrzaliznytsia), which was previously announced by the British prime minister at the G7 summit. This will be used to buy bridge repair and tunnel lining equipment, key hand tools, and over 120 shipping containers for transporting Ukrainian grain.

As reported earlier, it was announced in June that Britain intended to provide GBP 10 million (USD 12.28 million) for repairing Ukrainian railways to facilitate grain exports from the country.

It was also announced that the country would provide technology for testing the origin of wheat to prevent Ukrainian grain stolen by Russia from entering the global market.