A fire broke out on one of the ships.
The last remaining trolleybus in the Luhansk region (the occupied city of Krasnodon) has been taken out of service.
The fates of the foreign seafarers depend on Russia’s actions and decisions.
Overseas reinsurance companies’ refusal to assume Russia-related risks prompted this move.
The agreement is aimed at raising funds on preferential terms for financing the supply of the rail fastening systems that Ukrzaliznytsia needs because of Russia’s military aggression.
The main reason for the increase in demand for such rolling stock in Russia is the increase in the volume of transportation of military equipment.
The crane was supposed to return to Turkey in spring this year, but the Russian invasion prevented it.
Importers buying Russian semi-finished products at discounted prices have an advantage over other steel producers in the EU.
This means that it will be impossible to export components for manned and unmanned aerial vehicles to Russia.
The bridges will be installed in the regions worst affected by the war.
It will soon enter service with the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Algeria is the country worst affected by these supply interruptions.
Preparations to transfer the aircraft may begin soon.
The seaports are also using alternative power sources for their operations.
In total, 150 bridges have been destroyed and 8,800 kilometers of state roads damaged in 15 regions as a result of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Buses caught fire as a result of the attack.
In addition, 190 kilometers of international highways and streets have been cleared in the region.
For example, five diesel locomotives of the series TGM1-2626, TGM6-524, TGM6-2105, TGM6-2135, and TEM2-2045 are expected to be overhauled in Vawkavysk.
Some Russian private companies have provided up to 10% of their wagon fleet for military transport operations.
Work is ongoing on seven others.