Procurement is expected to begin by the end of this year.
The EBRD is also working with Ukrzaliznytsia on a new sovereign-guaranteed loan of up to EUR 200 million.
The European Commission will urgently provide EUR 250 million in grants to boost the Solidarity Lanes.
Part of the EBRD loan that was intended for electrification of the Dolynska – Mykolaiv - Kolosivka railway line will be repurposed.
The funds were repurposed from a loan originally intended for financing the Dolynska-Mykolaiv-Kolosivka railway electrification project.
The preparation of projects will be financed jointly by the EBRD and the USPA.
Three new sorting centers and 20 postal depots will be built.
The city council has provided guarantees to the EBRD to allow conclusion of an agreement on financing purchase of subway cars.
An agreement on commencement of preparation for the road reconstruction project has been signed.
Rolling stock will be purchased for the Kyiv subway’s green line.
The EBRD launched 51 new projects in Ukraine in 2019.
The parliament also voted to approve funding for a project for improving road safety in Ukrainian cities.
The EBRD has proposed that the State Property Fund begin with small assets.
Ukraine’s Prime Minister Oleksii Honcharuk and the EBRD’s President Suma Chakrabarti signed the document.
Inland Waterway Transport in Ukraine needs proper funding to realize its potential. Increased investments are essential and indispensable. We looked into future challenges & prospects for the sector with the EBRD.
Prime Minister Oleksii Honcharuk and EBRD Vice President Alain Pilloux signed the document.
The tender will be organized on the ECEPP procurement platform.
A meeting with market participants to clarify the tender procedure is planned.
The loan will be used to modernize the railway infrastructure.
The Kherson regional administration is holding consultations with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the IFS.