An agreement to build a ferry across the Danube was reached during a working visit of Ukrainian and Bulgarian the Ministers of Foreign Affairs.
“During the meeting, held in Odesa June 6, the ministers of both countries reached an agreement on the joint building of the ferry across Danube, which would pave the way from Ukraine to Romania and Bulgaria,” as stated by the Presidential Administration in Ukraine.
The parties discussed the possibility of attracting EU funds for building the ferry. The final decision on this issue is to be discussed during the presidential meeting of Petro Poroshenko and Rosen Plevnaliev.
The sides also consulted about restoration of the Creation of the new business incubator in Belgrade was also issued at the agenda of the ministerial talks. “We also conversed on cooperation in the spheres of education and culture. During the talks, the Bulgarian side vowed to increase the quota of Bulgarian students of Ukrainian origin,” said Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Head of the Odesa Regional State Administration Mikheil Saakashvili earlier applied to Verkhovna Rada and the Cabinet of Ministers with a request for funding of the highway M-15 "Odesa-Reni" restoration.