During his visit to the United Kingdom, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky met with biggest British investors in Ukrainian government securities. The event took place in London on October 8.
"We do everything for your protection, confidence, potential development and new projects," the President said, addressing the investors", reads the article on the website of the press department of the President's Office.
According to the authority, speaking to the investors, Zelensky "noted that the spread of COVID-19 was a challenge for both the world and Ukrainian economies. At the same time, the Government of Ukraine forecasts that this year our economy will reduce by 4.8%, and next year a significant recovery up to 4.6% is expected".
Earlier, we reported that Zelensky believed that this year’s EU-Ukraine summit showed that our country is interesting, promising, and responsible, that it is not afraid of challenges, and that it is confidently moving towards full membership in the European Union. Zelensky wrote about this on his Facebook page.
"You know, it was a really good summit. Everything is clear, with great mutual respect and interest. Because we are interesting. Promising. Responsible. We are not afraid of any challenges. And we know how to keep our word," he stated.