The Ukrainian government is ready to put more efforts in cooperation with Japan and Japanese companies, when it comes to implementing large-scale infrastructure projects. Volodymyr Groysman, Ukraine’s Prime Minister said this during today’s meeting with Kazuyuki Nakane, Japanese State Minister for Foreign Affairs.
‘We appreciated Tokyo’s principal stance as Japan supports our state sovereignty and territorial integrity. We’re eager to boost the economic cooperation, especially in terms of bringing to life large-scale projects together with Japanese companies’, the Ukrainian official said.
In turn, Nakane stressed that his country witnesses tangible progress in Ukraine; Tokyo is ready to continue to support the social and political reforms in Ukraine, he said. Japanese State Minister for Foreign Affairs added that his government is going to carry on with the sanctions against Russia, which is considered the aggressor country.
As 112 International reported earlier today, Japan simplified the visa regime with Ukraine. The range of the applicants who have the rights to the multiple visas for the short-stay with business goals, culture and scientists will be extended. The validity of visa also will be increased from 3 to 5 years. Also, the multiple visas will be implemented additionally to the acting single entry visa (with the validity of 3 years and the maximum term of stay 30 days) for the short-stay with the different goals, including the tourism. The applicant will not be obliged to provide the documents of guarantor in the case of the individual pay for the trip.