A presentation of concession projects in the Kherson and Olvia ports took place in Odesa on October 1.
He also proposes preserving state ownership of the Boryspil airport.
Tenders can be submitted within 60 days.
More than 20 companies are bidding for concession of the two ports.
The Ministry of Infrastructure has compared concession of the state-owned Pivdennyi seaport with the privatization of the Kryvorizhstal steel plant.
Representatives of USPA, IFC, EBRD, PPP SPILNO, World Bank and European Investment Bank will discuss important issues of concession tenders and conditions for participation of interested investors in Odesa.
The money will be spent on construction of a new runway and expansion of its Terminal D.
Most of the money came from the Netherlands, which invested USD 951.5 million in the Ukrainian economy.
The city will buy 64 buses and rebuild a bus depot.
Posco Daewoo will create hundreds of jobs at the Mykolaiv seaport.
The management of the airport wants to close the existing cargo terminal in 2019, demolish it, and build a new one.
Investment in the Odesa seaport amounted to UAH 343 million, which was spent on construction and reconstruction of two berths, as well as on upgrade of asphalt surfacing.
The funds are to be spent on 39 infrastructure projects.
The investment is expected to result in a significant increase in the volume of container handling in the port.
The project involves reconstruction of two berths at the seaport.
The company’s Ukrainian office will engage in development of design solutions for railways and public transport for its parent company.
The subway extension will be built by the Kyivmetrobud company.
What are the prospects for implementation of the billion-dollar projects that have already been announced by China in Ukraine?
According to preliminary estimates, extension of the Kyiv’s fourth subway line to the Troeschyna residential district will cost USD 2.5-3 billion.
Investment projects for these terminals are already being planned, according to the Ministry of Infrastructure.