Ukraine has already sent 120,000 tons of grain as part of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), namely to Ethiopia, Yemen and Afghanistan. The relevant statement was made by the Ukrainian Infrastructure Ministry on Facebook. “As part of the UN World Food Programme, a total of 120,000 tons of wheat has already been exported…Details
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The EU-Ukraine Solidarity Lanes and the UN-led Black Sea Grain Initiative have helped partially alleviate the severity of the global food crisis and deliver Ukrainian grain to countries most in need – in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. European Council President Charles Michel said this in his remarks at the Global Food Security Summit…Details
Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita welcomed Ambassador of Japan to Chisinau Yoshihiro Katayama and deputy head of the Japan International Cooperation Agency office in Ukraine Kumiko Kasai to discuss the last details before her visit to Tokyo, where she would attend the state funeral of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the government’s communication and protocol department…Details
Poland’s retail sales increased in real terms by 4.2% YoY and by 1% MoM in August, the Central Statistical Office said on September 21. Economists polled by PAP expected August’s retail sales to grow in real terms by 3% YoY and remain unchanged (at 1.2%) month on month. In current prices, retail sales increased by…Details
The Asian Development Bank projects the Georgian economy to grow by 7% in 2022, “driven by higher export and tourism revenue, a large inflow of money transfers, and strong private consumption”, the bank said in a report on September 21. The ADB also forecast Georgia’s real gross domestic product growth to be 6% in 2023,…Details
Vilnius Mayor Remigijus Simasius has said he supports the management of the municipal public transport company, as its workers are planning a strike in October. The trade union of Vilnius Public Transport (Vilniaus Viesasis Transportas, VVT) workers has announced this week it is planning an action over what it says is the management’s failure to…Details
On the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal and Federal Chancellor of Austria Karl Nehammer discussed the current situation in Ukraine and the issue of food security. This is said in a tweet posted by the Austrian chancellor. “It was a pleasure to meet my Ukrainian counterpart Denys Shmyhal…Details