Domestic flights in Ukraine were resumed at June 5.
The Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers has published its presentation on an Economic Stimulus Program aimed at dealing with the aftermath of Covid-19.
The company’s dividend rate has been lowered from 50% to 30%.
The dividend rate for these airports was lowered from 90% to 30%.
The new secretary of state for the Ministry of Infrastructure previously worked in the Ministry of Ecology.
The Ministry of Infrastructure proposed lowering the dividend rate to 50%, but the Cabinet of Ministers only reduced it to 80%.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs has postponed the launch of traffic enforcement cameras until the end of the quarantine.
The prime minister of Ukraine discussed this issue during a meeting with the ambassador of France.
The competition for the post of head of Ukrzaliznytsia’s board, which is currently suspended by supervisory board, will be resumed and extended after the quarantine.
A high level of infrastructure development is a prerequisite for an efficiently functioning and growing national economy.
The Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers adopted a decision to this effect at an extraordinary meeting on Sunday.
According to Ukraine’s Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, passenger transportation across Ukraine’s borders in both directions will be stopped before the end of Friday.
The quarantine has been extended until April 24.
Shmyhal, who was nominated by President Volodymyr Zelenskyi, was approved as prime minister by 291 votes at an extraordinary session of the parliament.
The experiment is being introduced for two years.
According to the prime minister, driver’s licenses and vehicle registration certificates are now available in the Diya mobile application.
Raivis Veckagans was replaced as the head of the USPA on January 30.
Andrii Haidutskyi is the new head of the USPA’s supervisory board.
Yevhen Kravtsov headed Ukrzaliznytsia for almost 2.5 years.
A competition for the post of head of the USPA was announced recently.