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40% Of Priority Investment Projects In Ukraine Are In Infrastructure And Transport

40% of priority investment projects in Ukraine are in infrastructure and transport

Source: Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority
Odessa, Ukraine (PortSEurope) November 23, 2020 – Minister of Infrastructure, Vladislav Krykliy, has announced that the government has approved a list of priority investment projects for the state for 2020-2023, and 40% of themare large-scale projects in the field of infrastructure and transport. “The era of successful public-private partnerships has begun. Priority investment projects, the list of which was recently approved by the government, cover almost
all sectors of transport. Their list includes the construction of a new airport in Transcarpathia and the reconstruction of 13 more regional airports. In the field of postal services, it is the implementation of 2 large-scale projects to modernize Ukrposhta’s logistics network and reform its rural branches. In the road sector, it is the construction of a new Ring Road around Kyiv and a new bridge across the Southern Bug in Mykolayiv, the laying of the upper asphalt layer on the H-31 Dnipro-Reshetylivka highway and the repair of another 10 promising road sections. Including those that were previously selected for the implementation of potential PPP pilot projects under the First Program of Public-Private Partnership in the Road Industry”, The list of priority investment projects for the state in the railway sector includes the concession of stations and stations Kharkiv-Pasazhyrsky, Dnipro-Holovny, Vinnytsia, Mykolayiv, Chop, Kyiv-Pasazhyrsky, Khmelnytsky, electrification of sections Kovel-Yagodyn-state border and Kovel-Izov-construction state border Mostyska-Sknyliv track, as well as the purchase of electric freight locomotives to upgrade the rolling stock of Ukrzaliznytsia. In addition, the Ministry of Infrastructure will continue to actively implement concession projects in seaports. The list of promising investment projects includes concessions of the railway and ferry complex and the first and container terminal in the port of Chornomorsk, concession of the passenger complex in the port of Odessa, concession of berths of Berdyansk seaport and other projects. The above-mentioned list also includes an investment project to increase the capacity and processing capacity of port stations. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2020.

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