Interview with Dmytro Vlasov, an enthusiast who restores hydrofoils.
The ferry complex was commissioned exactly one year ago.
The modernization will take place at the Kiliya shipyard.
This is the first project to direct tourist flows to Izmail in the past decade.
Building materials, grain, and metal products were mainly transported on the river.
More than 11 million tons of cargo was transported on River Dnipro, more than 4 million tons on River Danube, and 0.5 million tons on River Pivdennyi Buh last year.
The Infrastructure Ministry is beginning the preparation of a financial agreement on upgrade of the Dnipro cascade based on the outcome of talks with the EIB and with its support.
The volume of transportation of grain on the river reduced but the volume of transportation of metals and building materials increased during the year.
This volume is 7% less than the volume that was transported a year earlier.
The bill was adopted by 276 votes.
Previously, market participants proposed that navigation on River Dnipro should continue because of favorable weather conditions.
Cargo transportation on River Dnipro decreased by almost 11% in January-October this year.
In particular, online monitoring of the movement of ships, provision of communication facilities on the territory of Ukraine and abroad, as well as tracking the content of cargo will be introduced.
Business representatives and top managers in the Ukrainian transport industry discuss the immediate prospects for development of infrastructure in the country.
The ferry transported more trucks to Ukraine than in the opposite direction.
All the details of the 25-year project, its advantages, investment, and fees.
The volume of cargo transportation on the river fell by 11%.
The grand opening will take place on June 12.
This represents a 50% increase compared with the volume of cargo transported on the river in the same period last year.
The volume of cargo transportation on River Dnipro is increasing against the backdrop of a 27% reduction in the number of ship journeys.