"The European colleagues and guests of the Congress note the significant progress of our country on the path of reforms. They see many beneficial opportunities for investment in Ukraine. Therefore, I urge them to join privatization and participate in public-private partnership projects and Ukrainian projects in energy, infrastructure and other fields," Kubiv wrote on Facebook.
The First Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine noted that more than 11,000 delegates had taken part in the European Economic Congress in the Polish city of Katowice.
The official added that much had been said about Ukraine in the discussions on investments and innovations.
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