On March 10, the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal tackled the prospects of cooperation with members of the German-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Vladyslav Kryklii, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Germany to Ukraine Anka Feldhusen, representatives of the Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture of Ukraine etc.
Denys Shmyhal noted that German business in Ukraine invests, creates jobs, pays taxes and brings new standards and technologies.
"For its part, the Government continues to pursue reforms. Judicial reform remains key for us. This is what business expects and what society expects to feel protected," said the Prime Minister.
In addition, Denys Shmyhal told that the Government had recently approved the National Economic Strategy until 2030.
"This is the first long-term document for the state. Hundreds of subjects have been working on it: associations, businesses, public organizations. We attracted the maximum number of stakeholders. The document is balanced and envisages strategically important steps," the Prime Minister stressed.
The Prime Minister also expressed hope that the 4th German-Ukrainian Business Forum, scheduled for March this year, would yield results in the development of bilateral relations.
As the President of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Gennadiy Chyzhykov noted, the business forum is an important event enabling Ukrainian entrepreneurs to strengthen their presence in Germany.
"It is critical for us that small and medium-sized Ukrainian businesses enter the German market. Despite the fact that it is not easy to work in the German market, but it is a great opportunity for Ukrainian business, so we will support it," summed up Gennadiy Chyzhykov.