While presenting the draft budget for 2020, Yuliya Sokolovska, Minister of Social Policy, stated that the government did not change the criteria for the allocation of subsidies, nor did it intensify checks on applicants’ revenues.
DiXi Group has prepared its new analytical report on key events in the energy sector of Ukraine and the region. The document covers all important developments, major political and business statements in the areas of gas, oil, electricity, renewables, and utility services.
Maksym Bielawski, Leading Expert of the Energy Programmes at the Razumkov Centre, commented on the international dimension of Ukraine’s energy security and the consequences of the North Stream-2 construction.
Volodymyr Omelchenko, Director of the Energy Programmes at the Razumkov Centre, prepared an article for Energy Voice.
The project “Enhancing impact of civil society in monitoring and policy dialogue on energy and related sectors’ reforms in line with the Association Agreement implementation” presented the monitoring report on Ukraine’s progress in the implementation of the Association Agreement with the EU in the areas of energy and environment for July 2019.
DiXi Group explained what the trilateral talks on gas transit are about and what will change.
DiXi Group President Olena Pavlenko took part in the international conference “Putin’s Nord Stream 2 and its real price for Europe” held in Berlin on 10 October.
Yevhen Anhel, Research Fellow at the Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting, compared the financial assistance to Ukraine from the EU and other donors.
Iryna Fedets, Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting, analysed prospects of the development of Ukraine’s economy since gaining independence in 1991 in her article for the 4liberty.eu portal.
Bohdan Serebrennikov, manager on consultancy and analytical services at DiXi Group, analysed the effect from Ukraine’s decision concerning electricity imports from Belarus and Russia.