Risoil-Kherson won the concession tender for the Kherson seaport.
The government is offering five airports and one cargo hub to investors.
UAH 3.4 billion will be invested in development of the seaport over five years.
The winner will invest more than UAH 18 million in local infrastructure.
The EBRD launched 51 new projects in Ukraine in 2019.
The parliament also voted to approve funding for a project for improving road safety in Ukrainian cities.
The winners of the concession tender are expected to be announced in mid-January.
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The Cabinet of Ministers decision was announced by a member of the parliament.
The USPA, the Mariupol Commercial Seaport, COFCO Agri Ukraine, and LLC CTT have signed a memorandum of cooperation in the Mariupol seaport.
The announcement of the start of acceptance of applications was published in the Holos Ukrainy newspaper.
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.