Tag: EU

Negotiations On Introduction Of Ukrainian-Polish Joint Customs And Border Controls Begin In Poland

Ukrainian and Polish delegations discussed the draft of an intergovernmental agreement on joint control of persons, vehicles, and goods at joint border crossings.

EU Mobilizes EUR 1 Billion For Development Of Border Infrastructure For Grain Exports From Ukraine

The European Commission will urgently provide EUR 250 million in grants to boost the Solidarity Lanes.

EU Considering Possibility Of Laying European-Gauge Tracks Through Western Ukraine

Ukrzaliznytsia has clarified the pre-feasibility study that the European Commission and the EIB are preparing.

Most Rail Traffic On China-EU Route Still Transits Through Russia

In addition, the transit route traditionally passes through Belarus.

New Krasnoilsk-Vicovu De Sus Border Crossing Begins Operation On Ukrainian-Romanian Border

This is the first border crossing to be built from scratch in the past 25 years and the second to be built since Ukraine gained independence.

Preparation Of Pre-Feasibility Study For Extension Of European-Gauge Rail Network To Ukraine Begins

The initial results are expected in the spring.

Not an Iron Curtain: Why the Sanctions on the Export of Russian Mining and Metals Products are Not Working

Europe continues to purchase Russian iron ore and cast iron although they can easily be replaced with products from other sources. Why is this happening despite sanctions?

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.

Government To Stimulate Establishment Creation Of Joint Railway Checkpoints On Border With EU

This should speed up Ukrainian exporters’ logistics.

Electronic Queue Management System Aimed At Reducing Traffic Jams At Border Checkpoints Will Become Operational In 1 Month – Nayem

The "Electronic Border Crossing Queue" pilot project will first be implemented at the Yahodyn – Dorohusk border checkpoint.

Number Of Freight Cars Waiting At Ukraine’s Western Border Crossings Down To 14,600 - Ukrzaliznytsia

The average daily delivery of goods through railway junctions reduced by 324 wagons in the first 10 days of October, compared with September 2022.

SkyUp Creating New EU-Based Airline With Its Own Airplanes

The new airline company will have its own air operator's certificate and it will not be a "representative office" of SkyUp.

Hungary To Modernize Zahony Border Railway Junction To Increase Grain Volume From Ukraine

The goal is to reopen closed tracks, increase their throughput capacity, and reach speeds of 20-40 km/h at sorting stations.

UIA Stops Operation Of Its Airplanes In Europe

A misunderstanding between the airline’s shareholders, leasing companies, and the general director is cited as the reason for the suspension of the airplanes’ operations.

Cargoes Already Being Sent To And From Ukraine Under Convention On Common Transit Procedure

Germany was the first country from which cargo was sent to Ukraine under the Common Transit Procedure.

Ukraine’s Exports To EU Exceed Pre-War Levels

The export volumes in the 1-3 quarters slightly exceed the volumes in the same period of 2021.

Challenges for EU railways: How to organise exports from Ukraine in wartime?

Zelenskyi Approves EU-Ukraine Road Transport Agreement

The agreement was signed for one year, after which it may be extended.

Electronic Queue Management System For Vehicles To Be Launched At Border Crossing In October

The electronic queue system will initially be test-launched at a border crossing.

Russia Exporting Petroleum Products To Europe By Sea Despite Its Ships Being Banned From Entering EU Ports

Russian crude oil is transferred onto foreign-flagged ships off the coast of Romania.

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