The World Bank press service reported this, referring to the statement of Cyril Muller, the Vice President in Europe and Central Asia during his first official visit to Ukraine.
"The World Bank is a long-term partner of Ukraine in the field of development, and we are seriously committed to continuing support for Ukraine and its citizens, to help them realize the economic potential of the country”, Mueller said during a visit.
“We look forward to working closely with the Government and other key partners in important areas such as finance, fiscal policy, energy, social security and other sectors to the benefit of the people of Ukraine", he concluded.
During his visit Mueller had meetings with the Prime Minister of Ukraine Vladimir Groysman, the first Vice Prime Minister and the Minister of Economic Development and Trade Stepan Kubiv, the Finance Minister Alexander Danylyuk, the head of the National Bank of Ukraine Valeria Gontaryova to discuss Ukraine's development problems, as it is the country which receives the largest amount of investments and support from the World Bank, and it is important to accelerate the implementation of the current investment projects financed by the World Bank.
Also Muller met with representatives of business, investment and diplomatic community, international financial institutions and civil society.