Under the Ministry of Infrastructure, the Anti-Crisis Headquarters of Ukrzaliznytsia is being created, the main task of which will be to control the necessary decisions. Minister of Infrastructure Alexander Kubrakov wrote about this on his Facebook page.

Anti-Crisis Headquarters of Ukrzaliznytsia is being created under the Ministry of Infrastructure

“I will personally supervise the work of the headquarters,” the minister said.

According to him, the management crisis in JSC “Ukrzaliznytsia” is in an acute phase for all the years of independence, the critical state of the infrastructure was the subject of its consideration at a meeting of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine.

Alexander Kubrakov notes that after long negotiations, there is a list of specific steps agreed by all parties to implement the NSDC decision, informs Railway Supply magazine.

In particular, at the time of preparation of the competition the supervisory board of Ukrzaliznytsia recommended that the government appoint Alexander Kamyshin as a new acting chairman of the board, who is to become an anti-crisis manager.

In his opinion, the main tasks for the development of the industry, which must be implemented as soon as possible, are:

  • increase in tariffs for freight transportation;
  • purchase of electricity directly from the producer — Energoatom;
  • attracting international investors to the Ukrainian market;
  • purchase of new trains and locomotives

“The implementation of these decisions in the shortest possible time is what we expect from the new head of Ukrzaliznytsia,” the minister summed up.

As previously reported, the supervisory board of the UZ released Ivan Yurik and recommends the appointment of Alexander Kamishin as the head of Ukrzaliznytsia.


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