The State Property Fund of Ukraine released the corresponding statement following the meeting with representatives of the Japanese company with Fund’s chairman Dmytro Parfenenko.
"Tokyo office manager Satoshi Tsuchiya presented the company's energy projects, particularly with the powerful Turkish company Calik, and noted that the Mitsubishi intends to expand energy business, and, therefore, is interested in Ukraine," the statement reads.
As the chairman of the State Property Fund of Ukraine noted, six controlling blocks of shares in regional power distribution companies are currently pending privatization. Parfenenko noted that they could be put on sale in April-May next year.
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