Tag: Dnieper

Ukrainian Armed Forces Launch New Attack On Antonivskyi Railway Bridge

The Russian occupiers use the bridge to transfer military equipment, weapons, and personnel.

Russian Occupiers Lack Technical Documentation, Experts, And Equipment For Quick Repair Of Antonivskyi Bridge

According to the Kherson Regional Council’s first deputy chairman, the bridge is significantly damaged and unsuitable for use even by passenger vehicles.

Riverine Flotilla Being Created On River Dnipro

The first riverine naval division consisting of river boats has already been created.

Ukrainian air defense shot down a Russian missile flying towards the dam of the Kyiv hydroelectric power station

The destruction of the dam could lead to catastrophic consequences.

Cargo Transportation On River Dnipro Increases By 28% In 2021

The number of ship journeys on the river increased by almost 37% last year.

Along River Dnipro on Hydrofoils: Do Raketas Have a Future?

Interview with Dmytro Vlasov, an enthusiast who restores hydrofoils.

Erection Of Temporary Supports For Construction Of Cable-Stayed Bridge In Zaporizhia Nearing Completion

The next phase of the project is construction of the bridge’s first superstructure.

Cargo Transportation On River Dnipro Increases 1.5 Times In January-February 2021

Building materials, grain, and metal products were mainly transported on the river.

EIB Will Invest In Repair And Modernization Of Shipping Locks On River Dnipro - Kryklii

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.

Cargo Transportation On River Dnipro Down Almost 5% In 2020

The volume of transportation of grain on the river reduced but the volume of transportation of metals and building materials increased during the year.

10 Million Tons Of Cargo Transported On River Dnipro In January-November 2020

This volume is 7% less than the volume that was transported a year earlier.

Navigation On River Dnipro Extended Until End Of Year

Previously, market participants proposed that navigation on River Dnipro should continue because of favorable weather conditions.

8.6 Million Tons Of Cargo Transported On River Dnipro In January-October

Cargo transportation on River Dnipro decreased by almost 11% in January-October this year.

Over 6 Million Tons Of Cargo Transported On River Dnipro In First 8 Months Of 2020

The volume of cargo transportation on the river fell by 11%.

Over 1 Million Tons Of Cargo Transported On River Dnipro In January-March

This represents a 50% increase compared with the volume of cargo transported on the river in the same period last year.

Almost 12 Million Tons Of Cargo Transported On River Dnipro In 2019

The volume of cargo transportation on River Dnipro is increasing against the backdrop of a 27% reduction in the number of ship journeys.

How will reforms of inland waterways transport benefit Ukraine?

How will reforms of inland waterways transport benefit Ukraine?

What do people on the streets of Kyiv know about the Dnieper River? Part 3

Transportation of goods by river will result in less traffic jams on the Ukrainian roads and less damaging of the roads surface by the trucks. What are the other benefits of river transport?

What do people on the streets of Kyiv know about the Dnieper River?

We asked Ukrainians on the streets what they think when they hear Dnipro river and what is the first thing that comes into their mind.

Why adopting a law on inland water transport matters

Encouraging seeing the strong commitment of the Reform Support Team to deliver a sustainable legal reform for inland waterways transport in Ukraine. Watch here for the details.

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