Gwara Media publishes a short digest of significant news from Kharkiv and Ukraine on September 29, 2022. To find out more, follow the link. Briefly, clearly and precisely.

Modular Town for Doctors to Built in Izium

Modular houses for doctors and medical staff will be built on the territory of the hospital destroyed by Russians. Currently, about 40% of the population lives in the de-occupied settlements, compared to the pre-war time. Similarly, 30-40% of doctors now work in hospitals in these territories.

Izium Residents to Evacuate before Winter

Residents of Izium, whose houses cannot be prepared for the heating season, are offered to leave the city for the winter for other settlements of Kharkiv Oblast, Poltava Oblast, or other regions. 

NBU: International Payment Systems to Cut Fees for Money Transfers to Ukraine

Payment systems will limit the fee for transferring money to Ukraine to 3% of the transfer amount. The document was signed by the leadership of the payment system operators of international payment systems and their participants operating in the EU, Ukraine, and elsewhere: Visa, Mastercard, Wise, Ria Money Transfer, Extrabanca, Small World, TransferGo, the representatives of the main Ukrainian payment systems and banks.

State Environmental Inspectorate: Initial Damage Assessment in Kharkiv Oblast Reaches $2 billion

Environmental challenges in Kharkiv Oblast were discussed at the meeting with the Minister of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources of Ukraine Ruslan Strilets.

Ukrainian Books to Appear in Germany

Ukrainian book portal cooperate with German bookstore chain Hugendubel to appear the literature of eight Ukrainian publishers on European shelves. Hugendubel is a book supermarket chain with a 130-year history, one of the largest in Europe. It has more than 100 stores in Germany and German-speaking countries/