The electrification of the Kovel-Izov railway stretch is expected to be financed with Ukrzaliznytsia’s own funds and completed in 2021.
The memorandum was signed after the Ukrainian and Turkish authorities concluded the relevant agreements.
Mykolaiv is the fourth Ukrainian port in which the DP World port operator’s subsidiary towing company is operating.
Installation of main engines manufactured by Scania (Sweden) and propellers manufactured by DTG Propulsion BV (Netherlands) began after the launch of the vessel.
The French-based OCEA group has selected the Mykolaiv-based company for localization of production of its vessels.
In total, 60 kilometers of the H-14 Highway in the Mykolaiv region will be overhauled this year.
QTerminals is the winner of the concession tender at the Olvia seaport.
The head of the Ministry of Infrastructure said that Mitchenko had a number of issues that would be handled by law enforcement agencies.
A presentation of concession projects in the Kherson and Olvia ports took place in Odesa on October 1.
According to Infrastructure Minister Kryklyi, these are only the first dismissals and “heads will roll” at other state port operators.
The amount offered in the tender has already been increased four times because of lack of bids.
The Mykolaiv region’s Governor Savchenko believes that he should leave office together with the president that appointed him.
Local authorities plan to launch flights from Mykolaiv to Kyiv and major Ukrainian cities.
Posco Daewoo will create hundreds of jobs at the Mykolaiv seaport.
Handling of grain cargoes increased by 44% and mineral fertilizers 3.3-fold.
The Yevrovneshtorg terminal plans to handle 1 million tons of agricultural cargo in 2019.
It will be a flight from Kyiv.
There will be charter flights to an Egyptian resort.
The shipyard was bought by the Annona Trading House company.
The terminals will be located in the rear of the berth No. 8.