Mr Poroshenko told about the reforms that are underway in Ukraine and the future plans. He emphasized that in the last three years the country managed to stabilize the macro-financial situation, restore economic growth, purify the banking system, create anti-corruption institutions, and reform the energy sector.
He also noted that the Ukrainian Parliament adopted the education, court, pension, and medical reforms. The President also phrased his hope that the Parliament will support the privatization initiative, which will be transparent and trustworthy.
We are holding the reforms that make Ukraine stronger, more successful and reliable,” Petro Poroshenko stressed.
He also emphasized that Ukraine is a unique country, and now is the good time to invest into it.
Horizon Capital represents government agencies, international financial institutions, pension funds, family bureaus and investors with a total capital exceeding $350 billion. Four funds headed by Horizon Capital have invested into over 140 companies and attracted $1.5 billion, having created over 45.000 jobs in each region of Ukraine.
Western NIS Enterprise Fund was the first donor of Ukraine’s system of electronic procurement Prozorro and has financed the Ukrainian Leadership Academy, which currently educates about 200 students from all over Ukraine.