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Ruslana to cooperate with Ukraine's Foreign Ministry to promote renewable energy

Office of the Ambassador of Renewable Energy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine signed a Memorandum of Cooperation in the field of promotion of renewable energy
13:04, 23 August 2018

Ukraine's ministry of Foreign Affairs

On 22 August 2018, Ruslana Lyzhychko’s Office of the Ambassador of Renewable Energy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine signed a Memorandum of Cooperation in the field of promotion of renewable energy. The ministry’s press service reported that. 

The Memorandum is aimed at facilitating the development of "green" energy in our country, the attraction of foreign investments, the integration of Ukraine into international projects, and the use of new technologies and developments in this area.

The Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin expressed his conviction that joint efforts of the MFA and Ruslana Lyzhychko as Ambassador of Renewable Energy will contribute to fully tapping the potential of alternative energy in Ukraine, and to expanding international cooperation in the field of “green” economy.

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The ceremony was also attended by President of the Energy Watch Group Hans-Josef Fell, who announced their plans to conclude a similar Memorandum with the Office of the Ambassador of Renewable Energy.

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Earlier, on August 17, State Agency on Energy Efficiency (SAEE) of Ukraine and the Ministry of Energy and Industry of UAE signed a memorandum about mutual understanding in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy.

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