Volodymyr Groysman, Ukraine’s PM, believes that Ukraine’s Government decision to terminate economic cooperation program with Russia will benefit Ukraine, balance its export policy and make the state stronger. He stated this in the interview for one of the channels, Government’s press-office reports.
“It was Russia to take unacceptable steps – the war in Donbas, economic pressure. That is why we had to make this decision. Our export to Europe and Asia is increasing. Due to the termination, we become even stronger,” the PM stated.
Groysman said that today Ukraine has to build production and develop its product. “I am happy, that we are independent from Russia now. We have our own huge potential,” the Prime Minister said.
Earlier, it was reported that the Cabinet of Ministers intends to terminate economic cooperation programs with Russia for 2011-2020 and create a state agency “Office on attracting and support of investments”.