The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Dmytryo Razumkov has said that the state is ready to help those investors who are willing to work in Ukraine.
Razumkov noted this during a meeting with the European Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Oliver Varhelyi.
The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada informed the representatives of the European Commission about the changes made in Ukraine aimed at creation of the necessary conditions for attracting investors, and called for promoting this process.
“We are ready to create an appropriate business climate in Ukraine and help those who are willing to work in Ukraine,” Razumkov emphasized.
To him, Ukraine’s movement to the European Union is enshrined in the Constitution of Ukraine, and there is ongoing sustainable cooperation between Ukraine and the EU in many areas.
“The implementation of the provisions enshrined in the Association Agreement, as well as macroeconomic assistance from the EU, is fundamental importance to us. EU support contributes to the country’s development and the implementation of new areas of international cooperation,” Razumkov emphasized.
The need for support and further development of the Eastern Partnership + project with the participation of three countries associated with the EU – Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia has also been noted.
Razumkov is convinced that the issues of security, territorial integrity, regaining control over the borders of Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts and the return of Crimea are important for cooperation.
In his turn, the European Commissioner noted Ukraine’s swift steps in carrying out reforms, assured of the EU’s further support for the territorial integrity and sovereignty, and stressed the willingness to continue working together to create a new strong economy of Ukraine.