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The First Scheduled Flight From the Airport "Kherson"

The First Scheduled Flight From the Airport "Kherson" Landed in Moscow

The first regular flight Kherson-Moscow with 20 passengers on board of the aircraft AN-140 flew from the airport "Kherson" on 27th of July. Three hours later, the plane landed in Moscow at the International airport "Vnukovo."

At this point, a timetable of Kherson-Moscow flight is determined - twice a week, on Tuesday and Saturday.

Yehor Ustynov also said that in the future we plan to open a new flight Kherson-Kyiv, the commercial component is studied. In addition, today the regional state administration is addressing the issue of equipping the runway of airport "Kherson," namely light-signaling devices and landing system.

Dairy ooperative "Askania-Nova" Was Awarded the Order of France for Agricultural Merit

Recently dairy cooperative "Askania-Nova," located in Askania-Nova village of Chaplynka district, Kherson region, was awarded the Order for Agricultural Merit of France.

Chairman of the cooperative Natalya Lopushanska received the award from the hands of Alain Remy, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of France in Ukraine.

The leader of the cooperative, was not only able to organize the effective implementation of milk from the cooperative members, but also actively contributes to the development of society.

Kherson Region - the Leader of Irrigated Agriculture!

Kherson region - the leader of irrigated agriculture. As a result of work in the first half of 2013 on a comprehensive assessment of the State Water Resources Agency of Ukraine Kherson regional Department of water resources took first place in Ukraine.

Kherson region stably and systematically raises indicators on the use of irrigated land and irrigation. So, today in the region 290.5 thousand hectares of irrigated land are watered (10.2% to the aim). Winter crops are watered on the square of 47.3 thousand ha, vegetables - 47.7 thousand ha, soybean - 89.4 thousand ha, maize - 31.9 thousand ha. Rice fields are flooded on the area of 7.5 ha. Drip irrigation system covers 31.4 ha.

Chairman of the Regional State Administration Mykola Kostyak Met with the President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych

The President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych instructed to ensure the availability of fruit and vegetables for domestic consumers. This was discussed during a meeting of the President with the Chairman of Kherson Regional State Administration Mykola Kostyak in the Crimea.

"The president has clearly set the task, as it (fruit and vegetables production) will be sold, at what price, would this price be available for our people. All that we have discussed with the President, he has given clear objectives," - said Mykola Kostyak.

According to him, Kherson region grows more than 2 million tons of fruit and vegetables thanks to drip irrigation.

"Only by ombining Efforts, We Can Go Ahead," - Mykola Kostyak Shared with Viewers the Results of His Three-Year Work

Chairman of the Regional State Administration Mykola Kostyak visited the studios of TV channel "Tvy plus," where in the television show "Politician without a tie" presented the results of his work during three years as the Head of Kherson region and shared plans for the nearest future.

First of all, the Head of the Regional State Administration told the audience about the achievements in his work. Among them - the high yields of fruit and vegetable production, the solution of the problem of round the clock water supply, construction of the crossover between Odesa and Kherson, the construction of the bridge crossing "Tavriyskiy – Kherson Cotton Plant," the restoration of the airport, the expansion of land area under drip irrigation and more.

"First of all, I am pleased that the residents of Kherson region do not remain indifferent to what the authorities do. We listen to all proposals that come from the people and try to cooperate with them." - said Mykola Kostyak during the interview.


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