Ukraine Recovery Digest


For your attention is a review of media, normative acts, and statements on Ukraine's recovery for July 01 - 07, 2024, prepared by the Reforms Delivery Office of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.   



Ukraine attracted about USD 2.2 billion from the IMF under the Extended Fund Facility arrangement. 

Denys Shmyhal discusses Ukraine’s needs for equipment to restore and develop decentralised energy system with UN General Assembly President.

Agreements between the Ministry of Energy and the European Commission in action: Ukraine receives over 5,800 solar panels for hospitals.

€25 million was allocated for five restoration projects in three regions - NEFCO.

National strategy for the development of financial literacy until 2030 approved

Government cuts number of mandatory conditions for submitting claims to Register of Damage.

Denys Shmyhal presented decentralised energy support programmes for citizens and businesses.

The International Monetary Fund estimated the losses of the Ukrainian energy sector due to Russian shelling at 56.5 billion dollars. 

At least UAH 73 million in state support will be provided to entrepreneurs in Donetsk region under the Made in Ukraine policy: Yuliia Svyrydenko.

Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources looks to launch international platform for action on Ukraine’s green recovery.

The Assembly of Depositors of the International Chornobyl Cooperation Account will allocate funds for the restoration of the Exclusion Zone.  



Yuliia Kuzmenko, journalist, Daryna Kolomiiets, journalist: Cabinet of Ministers approves budget declaration for 2025-2027: What it entails - Suspilne

Ihor Orel, Editor of the "Industry" section at Forbes: "Ukrnafta" may receive a loan from the EBRD for the first time in history. Where will €80 million be spent? - Forbes 

Serhii Stukanov, journalist, Nataliia Sokolenko, journalist: Do we want to rebuild everything in 5-10 years? We need up to 1.5 million builders — Perehinets - Ukrainske radio


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