President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky met with Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder on the sidelines of the 56th Munich Security Conference on Saturday. This was reported by the press service of the head of state.
So, Zelensky told Söder about the progress of reforms aimed at improving the business environment, and also invited the Bavarian business to take advantage of the investment opportunities that are opening up in Ukraine.
"We have adopted many laws that are related to fiscalization, deoffshorization. Also, laws aimed at attracting investment, for example, the law on concession," the Ukrainian leader said.
The interlocutors agreed to develop interregional cooperation and expand cooperation between the twin cities of Ukraine and Bavaria. The parties also discussed the situation in Donbas.
“We want an end to the war, and therefore we are primarily interested in fulfilling the Minsk agreements,” Zelensky emphasized.
Cooperation was also discussed in the context of Ukraine's course towards European and Euro-Atlantic integration. At the invitation of the president, the delegation of Bavaria promised to pay a visit to Ukraine.
The President of Ukraine thanked for the strong support of Ukraine from both houses of the US Congress. Zelensky emphasized the great importance of the military assistance that Ukraine receives from the United States, and expressed hope for an increase in its volumes and expansion of directions.
"I feel a very positive attitude of the United States of America towards Ukraine. US support is very important for us," the head of state emphasized.