It will finance the purchase with funds from the European Investment Bank.
The main aim of the planned project is to upgrade tram services in the city by procuring new trams and modernizing war-torn and worn-out track, systems, and depot infrastructure.
In Ukraine, trolleybuses of this model are operated only in Ternopil.
Work is ongoing on seven others.
It was installed on Highway P-78 Kharkiv - Zmiiv - Balakliia.
The train will pass through Poltava, Kharkiv, Balakliia, and other cities, offering residents of liberated Izium a convenient rail link with Kyiv via a night train.
Full-fledged electric trains have begun operating on the route instead of rail buses.
The temporary crossing is next to a destroyed bridge on the M-03 Highway Kyiv – Kharkiv.
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.
Most of the work is taking place on the Highway M-03 Kyiv-Kharkiv-Dovzhanskyi.
Rail buses will operate on two routes to the city.
The vehicles will be donated as humanitarian aid.
The railway connection between the town and the regional center has been restored.
The leaderships of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Ukrzaliznytsia have shown the current state of the infrastructure in the Kharkiv region, where Russian occupiers were temporarily located.
This step is being taken for security reasons.
The shelter has 12 seats and CCTV cameras.
Shelters of this type have proven themselves in Israel.
The two millionth parcel was delivered to Kharkiv on 16 July.
Only tickets for flights from Kyiv, Lviv, and Odesa are available in the airline’s booking system.
The passenger arrived in Kharkiv from Dortmund.