Irish Ryanair Holdings Plc, Europe’s largest air low-cost carrier, intends to resume flights from Ukraine to Italy starting from July 6, Ryanair Ukraine has reported on Telegram. In particular, Ryanair will operate flights from Kyiv, Lviv, Kharkiv and Odesa. Thus, starting from July 6, the airline plans to resume flights Kyiv-Rome, Kyiv-Milan (Bergamo), Lviv-Bologna, Kharkiv-Milan…Details
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Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the State of Israel to Ukraine Joel Lion has said air traffic between Ukraine and Israel is not expected to resume in the near future due to coronavirus incidence statistics. He said he had offered a pilot project to the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, but then it turned out the statistics…Details
Farmers and fruit growers in Georgia’s eastern Kakheti region are preparing for a bumper peach and nectarine season, during which about 35,000 tons of fruit is expected to be harvested, the Ministry of Agriculture has announced. From the total volume of the harvest about 15,000 tons of peaches and nectarines will be exported, while the…Details
Continuing to improve state support activities for residents, Latvia’s government approved amendments during a meeting on June 2, that provided for paying idleness assistance benefits to three groups of self-employed persons, as reported by Welfare Ministry. Amendments provide eligibility to receive idleness assistance benefits for certain self-employed persons. This benefit will be available to self-employed…Details
“Livestock section reports sustainable growth of 4%,” Agriculture Minister Saparkhan Omarov has said. Lending and extra subsiding measures yielded results. As a result, farm animals’ population increased. Meat production grew this year by 5.8% and poultry by 15.8%. Milk and meat processing increased by 7% and by 8% correspondingly. Dairy plants and meat cutting plants…Details
The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Ministry of Communities and Territories Development of Ukraine have concluded a cooperation agreement on advisory services to support the preparation of Ukraine’s Public Buildings Energy Efficiency project. The agreement was signed on June 2 ahead of the upcoming donor meeting of the Eastern Partnership Technical Assistance Trust Fund…Details
Renewable energy companies in Ukraine said they had written to the International Monetary Fund stating that the government’s plan to lower energy tariffs would complicate the country’s cooperation with the IMF. The IMF is expected on June 5 to approve a $5-billion loan package for Ukraine, which has been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis,…Details