“We will have actual support not only for the Ukrainian Donbas, but for all the eastern region. Next week, Dombrovskis, the Vice–President of the European Commission, (European Commission Vice-President for the Euro and Social Dialogue, - ed.) will examine the prior projects and those which should be implemented right now. What projects exactly (these are mainly large-scale infrastructural projects) – it is a short term question. He will be joined by one of the representatives of the European investment bank, maybe, the president…,” Klimkin told.
According to him, the development of the infrastructure is a huge priority, concerning the roads, logistics, railways… This is also the support of the people, as Klimkin explained.
“There will be business-schools, workshops, to organize small and medium-sized business, there will be a European office, which will deal with the European projects in Mariupol, maybe, there will be more offices,” Klimkin added.
Earlier, it was reported that the European Commission intended to allocate around $396 billion for Ukraine’s integration in the trans-European transport network.