Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal discussed pursuing reforms, attracting investments and strengthening national memory and identity with representatives of the Ukrainian World Congress (UWC).
The Head of Government congratulated the meeting participants on the 30th anniversary of the proclamation of Ukraine's independence and stressed that the state will continue to take measures to support Ukrainians living abroad.
"Ukrainians abroad are a driving force for the promotion of our country in the world. We all have a common goal: Ukraine must become a regional leader in terms of political and economic development," Denys Shmyhal said.
The Prime Minister emphasized that Ukraine continues to develop and move towards the implementation of reforms that advance the country's progress towards Euro-Atlantic integration. One of the unconditional priorities of these reforms, according to the Head of Government, is to create a comfortable environment for foreign investors and foreign business in Ukraine.
"Our systematic and comprehensive work is already yielding the expected results. Ukraine is becoming increasingly attractive for foreign investment. We are ready to continue to provide all possible assistance to foreign companies that want to work in Ukraine," Denys Shmyhal stressed.
The Prime Minister thanked the UWC for its active position in defending the interests of our state, which contributes to the consolidation of international support.