Reuters: Hungarian President calls on Ukraine, Romania to stop polluting rivers Since mid-June Hungarian authorities had removed 938 cubic metres of waste from the Tisza river.
17:50, 07 July 2020
River almost dries out amid water shortage in occupied Crimea (Photo) The relevant photos were posted by a local blogger.
11:40, 10 June 2020
Ukraine's infrastructure minister elaborates on inland water transport bill Ukraine has 4,000 km of potential inland waterways, while actually using less than 10% of the river transport capacity.
11:40, 28 May 2020
Ecologist warns Dnipro River becomes "fragmented waterway" In her opinion, the construction of water-development facilities in Ukraine poses a risk.
18:30, 22 May 2020
Rada launches reform of river transportation: details of bill passed at first reading Bill No. 1182-1-d "On Inland Water Transport" provides for the realization of Ukraine's potential as a river state, liberalization and deregulation of river transportation, as well as significant savings on repairs of roads being destroyed by heavy trucks.
20:40, 24 April 2020
Belarus to build river port near border with Ukraine – Belarusian minister Ukraine's freight transit flow is expected to grow by 6-7 million tonnes in three years.
21:58, 16 October 2019
Water reservoir in Russia-occupied Donetsk contaminated, mass death of fish reported Indicators of the Lower Kalmius reservoir do not reportedly meet standards.
20:45, 11 August 2019
"River tram" service re-launched in Kyiv (Photo) Several dozen people have already made their first voyage.
16:30, 11 August 2019
Situation around Ros River spill under control, no threats – PM Groysman All state services concerned are monitoring the incident.
15:28, 10 June 2019
EU-supported campaign to raise awareness of phosphate pollution of Dnipro River comes to end – media During the campaign, a number of infographics were distributed in order to show the process whereby detergents containing phosphates act as a "fertilizer" for the blossoming of algae in the river.
14:42, 06 July 2018
Environmental expert warns Ukraine's major river may disappear due to deforestation <p>Director of NGO Kyiv Ecological and Cultural Center, environmentalist Volodymyr Boreyko warns that Ukraine's major river Dnipro, along which 80% of the country's population lives, may disappear due to deforestation.</p>
10:56, 21 November 2017