President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky had a telephone conversation with his Estonian counterpart Kersti Kaljulaid. The top officials discussed joint measures for effective counteraction against the spread of Covid-19 disease. They also touched upon the political and economic situation in Ukraine. The press service of the Presidential Office reported that on April 14.
Zelensky added that there's a need of international coordination of efforts to combat the pandemic oif coronavirus and its consequences - specifically, in economic and social areas.
"I'm aware that Estonia recently organized online-hackatone to search for digital solutions for fighting the Covid-19 pandemic. This innovatie initiative of digital response to modern challenges is timely and useful one. I'm sure it will find enough support in Ukraine, too", the Ukrainian leader said.
In turn, Kaljulaid praised Zelensky on the reforms that proceed in Ukraine, in spite of the spreading virus - especially these concerning the land market law. She expressed hope that the law on banking activity will be considered successfully. Kaljulaid added that Estonia sees the improving level of business climate in Ukraine, improvement of the work of legislative system and the shrinking corruption in top-level authorities.