A cement-paved, coastal toll road, designed to move container and grain trucks between Ukraine’s Black Sea ports
Friday, June 8, 2018

A cement-paved, coastal toll road, designed to move container and grain trucks between Ukraine’s Black Sea ports

A cement-paved, coastal toll road, designed to move container and grain trucks between Ukraine’s Black Sea ports was discussed in Beijing Thursday by Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan and executives of China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) , China Road Construction Company and China Harbor Engineering Company. At build out, such an inland coastal highway could run 240 km, from Kherson to Chornomorsk Afterwards, Song Zhiyu, a CCCC vice president, said: “Taking into account the Free Trade Agreement of Ukraine with the EU, the development of transport infrastructure in Ukraine is a high priority for China, as in conjunction with the New Silk Road it greatly simplifies the access of Chinese goods to European markets.”

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The European Parliament votes Wednesday on extending EUR 1 billion in macro-financial aid to Ukraine. This would be the third package of aid since the Maidan revolution. In

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