The government has allocated $4,8 million for the construction of the Ukrainian embassy complex in Turkey. The relevant decision was made at a government meeting.
The Cabinet of Ministers agreed with the proposal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to build a complex of the Embassy of Ukraine in Ankara (Turkey) in 2021-2022 at a total cost of $4,780,290.
According to the design and estimate documentation, the construction of a three-story embassy building is envisaged, which will fully meet the needs of the institution and the citizens of Ukraine.
A complex of administrative and residential buildings with a total area of 2 67.63 square meters is also planned to build.
As it was reported earlier, Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Senyk and Irish Foreign Simon Cohen have opened the Embassy of Ireland in Ukraine in late August.