Effective cooperation and bringing investments to Ukraine in the infrastructure, energy sector, healthcare, agriculture, technologies and financial services. These were the main topics for discussion, as Yulia Kovaliv, Deputy Head of the Office of President of Ukraine met with the company's delegation in Kyiv. The press department of the Presidential Office reported that on February 7.
The sides discussed effective cooperation in the said areas. Kovaliv told the interlocutors about the important changes that took place in Ukraine that became possible thanks to the government's efforts. She also shared the goals that are now considered priorities.
"Ukraine expects big investments. And, currently, the entire government's team focuses on creating the utmost comfortable conditions for the investor", she said.
Kovaliv also defined the main areas, which need investments and can be interesting to American partners. This, in particular, is the privatization of state enterprises, modernization of infrastructure, healthcare, agricultural area and technologies.
"We open the land market, launch concessive competitions and impose state-run online services. These are the prerequisites that would let make Ukraine more attractive for investors", the official said.
DFC stated there is a special interest that foreign investors show towards Ukraine. The company agreed on extending cooperation with Ukraine.