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Ukravtodor to make investment projects in cooperation with Deloitte

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ukraine’s State Agency of Automobile Roads is preparing a list of priority projects, which require additional funding
17:40, 22 January 2020

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The head of State Agency of Automobile Roads of Ukraine Oleksandr Kubrakov held a meeting with the head of Deloitte's global infrastructure projects Michael Flynn. The press service of Ukravtodor reported this.

“Establishing cooperation with business and international partners is one of Ukravtodor's priorities. Together with experts from leading global companies, we plan to form an investment portfolio of Ukraine's road industry. Our team is working to improve business conditions in the sector for both Ukrainian and international companies, and by attracting additional funding, we will be able to accelerate the process of transformation of Ukrainian roads, "Kubakov said.

Following the meeting, Ukravtodor prepares a list of priority projects that require additional funding. The projects will be presented to major global stakeholders.

Deloitte is one of the world's largest consultants on how to attract international partners and donors. Their portfolio includes international public-private partnership projects for the construction and development of strategic sites such as airports, toll roads, bridges, and social infrastructure.

Related: State Agency of Automobile Roads needs additional financial support

Earlier, it was reported that Ukraine's PM Honcharuk considered the construction of roads in Ukraine the main task for 2020. According to him, for this, the Cabinet of Ministers, in particular, renewed the Ukravtodor team. He stressed that in 2020, the challenge is to build 4,000 km of roads, "although more can be done."

Related: Ukraine's Prime Minister announces construction of high-quality roads across country

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