Three new sorting centers and 20 postal depots will be built.
According to the financial plan, the state-owned airport will pay UAH 892.6 million to the state in 2020.
The bank lowered the interest rate on the second loan tranche compared with the base rate.
The dividend rate for these airports was lowered from 90% to 30%.
The Ministry of Infrastructure proposed lowering the dividend rate to 50%, but the Cabinet of Ministers only reduced it to 80%.
The Ukravtodor bonds are redeemable by the state-owned Ukreximbank.
According to Kubrakov, construction of 40% of the facilities that were planned for this year has already begun.
Ukravtodor is considering the possibility of issuing Eurobonds to raise funds for financing construction of roads.
Zhuravlev and Leschenko are the new members of Ukrzaliznytsia’s supervisory board.
The relevant resolution is published on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers.
According to Member of Parliament Honcharenko, these funds were saved thanks to the strengthening of the hryvnia.
Funds for financing road infrastructure will reduce by UAH 8 billion in 2020, compared with the previously announced amount.
According to Finance Minister Oksana Markarova, the previously adopted laws on concession and privatization will eventually allow the country to exceed the revenue target of next year’s state budget.
The Ministry of Infrastructure, Ukrzaliznytsia, and the EBRD have signed a memorandum of cooperation on preparation for an Ukrzaliznytsia IPO.
This was announced by Prime Minister Oleksii Honcharuk.
Most of the money came from the Netherlands, which invested USD 951.5 million in the Ukrainian economy.
Ukrzaliznytsia’s head Yevhen Kravtsov spoke about some of the projects that will be financed by the European Union and the World Bank.
Ukraine will be able to use part of this money to modernize its existing roads and railways and build new ones.
Ukraine’s international reserves exceed USD 20 billion, according to the National Bank of Ukraine.
The money will be spent on fighting corruption, improving the quality of government and the tax system, reforming the energy sector, social policy, etc.