During the tender for construction of the airfield, the company offered to perform the construction work at a cost 30.6% lower than the expected cost.
The funds will be used to improve infrastructure in eastern Ukraine, rehabilitate the road network in the Luhansk region, and purchase electric public transport in 18 cities.
According to Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, public transport will continue operating during the lockdown.
Husev became the governor of the Kherson region in July last year.
Among other things, the list includes reopening and development of the Cherkasy airport, reconstruction of the Ivano-Frankivsk airport, and reconstruction of the Chernivtsi airport.
According to the minister of infrastructure, public transport will continue operating during the weekend quarantine.
According to Infrastructure Minister Kryklyi, the ministry is considering several options for cooperation with foreign partners on this issue.
Several border crossings between Ukraine and Poland could be the first pilot projects in this experiment.
According to the prime minister, this is the most effective mechanism to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
These candidates must now be approved by the Cabinet of Ministers.
This represents an increase of UAH 20.7 billion compared with the 2020 state budget.
The government has amended its decision that bans foreigners from entering Ukraine until the end of September.
It will be necessary to implement domestic procedures before conclusion of the relevant agreements with the Singaporean and Icelandic authorities.
The border closure does not apply to some categories of foreigners.
The relevant decision was made at a meeting of the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers on 26 August.
This relevant decision was made during a conference call chaired by President Zelenskyi.
The Cabinet of Ministers has made a number of changes to the Targeted State Program for Development of Airports until 2023.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry has published procedures for applying for Ukrainian electronic visas.
In addition, the government changed the principle of zoning regions in order to tighten quarantine measures.
Transportation of passengers to Belarus, Moldova, Poland, and Romania were permitted as of June 12.