The South Korean company Hyundai Engineering and Construction will help rebuild Boryspil International Airport after the end of the Russian-Ukrainian war.
According to Ukrinform, this was reported by The Korea Herald.
"Hyundai E&C will cooperate with Ukraine to restore not only the country's transportation infrastructure, including airports and railways, but also its energy infrastructure," said Yoon Yong-jung, the company's CEO.
Under the agreement, Hyundai E&C will rebuild the airport's runways and a new cargo terminal at Boryspil International Airport.
The company is currently conducting a feasibility study for the construction of a cargo terminal.
Hyundai E&C said it will use its technology and experience gained through participation in construction projects at South Korea's Incheon International Airport, Singapore Changi Airport, and Chinchero International Airport in Peru.
All construction will begin after the end of the Russian-Ukrainian war.
In April, Hyundai E&C and its American partner Holtec International signed a cooperation agreement with Energoatom on the construction of small modular reactors in Ukraine.
Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 18/07/2023