Ukraine Recovery Digest


For your attention is a review of media, normative acts, and statements on the recovery of Ukraine for November 18-24, 2023 prepared by the Reforms Delivery Office of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.



The G7+ countries discussed support for Ukraine's energy sector.

Ministry of Finance attracts USD 400 million under UK guarantee through World Bank’s PEACE in Ukraine Trust Fund. 

Canada will do everything possible to rebuild Ukraine, – Freeland.

The Canadian private sector will help rebuild Ukraine. 

Slovenia willing to allocate up to EUR 5 million in grants for the reconstruction of infrastructure facilities. 

United Nations assesses cost of Ukraine's losses to determine priorities for recovery. 

Denmark has already signed the first investment contracts in Ukraine.

Norway has joined the trust fund to support the reconstruction and economic development of Ukraine under the supervision of MIGA.

Ukraine becomes full participant of EU’s Connecting Europe Facility, – Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development.

The European Commission will host a four-day conference in Vilnius on the Green Recovery in Ukraine.



Oleksandr Kolesnichenko, journalist: Ambassador of Denmark to Ukraine: Mykolaiv shipyards can compete with shipyards in Poland, Korea, and China - Economichna pravda

Maryna Denysiuk, Senior Project Manager on Recovery at the Reforms Delivery Office of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, an expert on energy and climate: Military rails for the energy sector: why the energy security of Ukraine depends on the development of renewable energy  - Ukrinform

Ivan Kosiakin, reviewer: Our priorities are the reconstruction of infrastructure and help with preparations for winter - Ukrinform


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