On April 22, M. Saakashvili stated during Ukrainian Infrastructure Forum’16 in Kyiv: “I proposed to initiate a mediation. Vasyl Kysil was appointed as a mediator and his decision will be the final decision for our administration and for both companies... it will have the power of an administrative decision.”
Mediation by Vasyl Kysil, authoritative Ukrainian lawyer in a land dispute between Allseeds Black Sea and Odessa Regional Administration and LLC Energo Product Ltd, initiated on April 8 of the current year, has been concluded. Mr. Kysil has issued ‘Report and Conclusions’ with regard to the mediation.
The Allseeds Black Sea continues to increase capacities of the oil-extracting plant in Yuzhny Port. The current agenda is the second stage construction of the silo with capacities of one-time storage to be increased by 1.5 times – from 80 000 to 120 000 tons.
Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine intervened in the lawsuit filed in the State’s interest by the State Enterprise «Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority» on behalf of the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine (third party - LLC Allseeds Black Sea).
Preparation for mediation in the “land” dispute between Allseeds Black Sea and Odessa Regional State Administration recently has started with participation of Ukrainian lawyer Vasyl Kysil.
In April, several so-called forums on exports and export strategies were held in Ukraine. After all these forums, I find the following question to be increasingly relevant: “What are we going to export, given that we are not concerned about domestic production? Raw materials, yet again?”
Allseeds Black Sea continues preparations for the start of the second phase of construction of an oil-extracting complex in Yuzhny port. The company has completed a number of important technical stages of the project.
Transport infrastructure, particularly wagon handling facilities, is a topical subject for further fulfillment of investment project by Allseeds.
Allseeds Black Sea was elected as a member of the EBA Logistics Committee. The majority of the Committee members such as Nibulon, Cargill, TIS, Port Invest, Bunge, Kernel, etc. voted for appropriate decision.