Ukraine will supply 250 MW of electricity to Europe, we plan to improve the performance eightfold

Starting from today, opportunities for selling Ukrainian electricity to Europe will increase by 2.5 times. This was announced by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal during a Government session on July 29.

“We are currently exporting 100 MW, and we will be supplying 250 MW, which we want to improve the performance eightfold during the year. The potential of our country in the export of electricity is billions of euros,” Denys Shmyhal emphasized.

The Prime Minister emphasized that Ukraine was not going to postpone the introduction of European directives and regulations until the war ended, but was implementing them promptly. In particular, in addition to the energy visa waiver with the EU, the transport visa waiver has been concluded and is in effect, duties and quotas on Ukrainian goods have been abolished.

“In the near future, we expect the Parliament to consider 50 submitted and agreed European integration bills. Likewise, the ministries will soon complete the preparation of all draft laws related to the implementation of the Association Agreement with the European Union,” the Head of the Government noted.

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