The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) forecasts that remittances from migrant workers to Ukraine will amount to $13 billion in 2021, up by 8% YoY, Deputy NBU Governor Yuriy Heletiy has said. “In 2021, remittances from migrant workers are expected to grow by 8%, to about $13 billion,” Heletiy said at a briefing. He added…Details
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Ukraine’s SkyUp Airlines has resumed flights between Kherson city and the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheikh, the press service of Kherson International Airport reports. “On March 3, we resumed flights to Sharm El Sheikh. It has been unavailable for over a year,” the airport reports on its Facebook page. Flights will be operated twice…Details
Compared to 2019 under the impact of Covid-19, passenger traffic by all modes of transport fell significantly in 2020. Covid-19 pandemic and related movement restrictions determined drop of passenger traffic by all modes of transport, according to data composed by the Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia. In 2020, the number of passengers carried by land…Details
Kazakhstan is set to resume flights to Tajikistan, the Telegram Channel of the Civil Aviation Committee reads. In conformity with the decision of the Interdepartmental commission for prevention of spread of coronavirus infection in Kazakhstan dated March 2, it is allowed to resume regular flights between Kazakhstan and Tajikistan. From March 14, Air Astana will…Details
At least 51% of households in Kyrgyzstan experienced a significant decrease in income due to COVID-19, according to the survey on the impact of the pandemic on children and women in Kyrgyzstan. UNICEF provides such data. The National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic with the financial and technical support of the United Nations Children’s…Details
Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev during his regular meeting on March 3 stressed the need to provide housing for all segments of the population and expand the opportunities for choice. According to plans unveiled at the meeting, the government is to provide housing for 54,000 families this year. In particular, 45,000 houses are to be built…Details
Wage growth in Estonia is much slower than before the crisis, as labor shortages are notably smaller than they were in previous years, Bank of Estonia (Eesti Pank) economist Orsolya Soosaar has said, commenting on recently published average wage data. On March 2, Statistics Estonia published data showing the average gross wage in Estonia in…Details