The amount of investment has not yet been announced.
They intend to participate in the respective tenders at the end of the year.
Specifically, the project will support the purchase of modular bridges, equipment, and materials to repair damaged road-to-bridge connections and vital rail lines urgently.
The main aim of the planned project is to upgrade tram services in the city by procuring new trams and modernizing war-torn and worn-out track, systems, and depot infrastructure.
In addition, according to the president, it is necessary to replace all the management levels at Ukrzaliznytsia in order to eradicate corruption in the company.
Concession will be granted for 25 years.
According to the terms of the tender, delivery of the railcars is to be completed by the end of the 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 UAE-based port operator’s plans for the Pivdennyi seaport have emerged.
The trains will operate from the Odesa seaport to Kyiv, Dnipro, and Kharkiv.
The map shows the enterprises that can and are ready to participate in the localization of production of vehicles, machinery, and equipment.
Public-private partnership projects could be one of the sources of funding for road repairs and construction.
Kryklyi discusses concession and privatization projects in seaports.
The USPA is preparing a 5.5-hectare land plot on Novy Mol for concession.
QTerminals plans to develop the grain hub at the Olvia seaport.
The money will be invested in establishment of new production facilities at Pivdenmash.
The two parties will cooperate on development of the Zaporizhia-based PJSC Motor Sich company.
The Kherson port concession project is the basis for development of a model for investment not only in the port industry, but also in infrastructure and other sectors where concession is applicable.
Under the agreement, the concessionaire, Risoil-Kherson LLC, is granted the exclusive right to create, build, and manage the Kherson seaport with a view to its modernization and further development, and the concession will last 30 years.
According to Infrastructure Minister Kryklyi, the court’s decision is final and not subject to appeal.