Ukraine will become a new destination of Ryanair, and flights to the country will start to be operated in fall 2018. This information was confirmed by Chief Legal Officer/Secretary at Ryanair Holdings Juliusz Komorek in an interview with the Polish media.
Monthly Archives February 2018
EBRD President Suma Chakrabarti has hailed the recent breakthrough in Moldova’s banking sector, on a visit to the capital, Chisinau, and called on the authorities to build on this momentum.
World leading Swiss rail company Stadler Rail AG will construct a carriage-building and repair plant in the outskirts of Tbilisi, Georgia.
EBRD will provide a $50 million loan to Nibulon Group, one of Ukraine’s largest grain exporters, will improve logistical solutions, help increase its volumes of cargo transportation by inland waterways up to 4 million tons per year and increase its grain exports up to 8 million tons per year.
By January 24, 2018, projects with the EU co-financing worth more than EUR 2.5 billion have been launched which is more than a half of the total EU financing available to Latvia or EUR 4.4 billion. Transport, environmental and territorial development, social inclusion and education projects show the greatest progress in absorption of the EU funds in Latvia,.
Ambassador of Slovakia to Moldova Dušan Dacho confirmed desire of the Slovak side to further support the European project of the country. The diplomat has also voiced his interest in boosting economic relations and developing trade between Moldova and Slovakia.
Azerbaijan offers German companies to create a joint enterprise in the framework of SOCAR Polymer petrochemical project.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is launching a new three-year energy program in Georgia to support the development of energy market in the country.
More than 1,000 households and small enterprises in Moldova are using green energy thanks to support received from the EU-funded Energy and Biomass Project.