Swedish business wants more active fight against corruption in Ukraine

Swedish business wants more active fight against corruption in Ukraine

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Swedish companies operating in the Ukrainian market insist on more transparent and comprehensible legislation and a more active fight against corruption.

 “Minister Prystaiko asked me when IKEA would enter Ukraine. It should be noted that IKEA is a private company and we as a state have no leverage to influence its decision, but as a former employee of trade unions, I must inform you that the Swedish companies operating in the Ukrainian market require, primarily, more transparent and comprehensible legislation and also more decisive steps of the Ukrainian government to tackle corruption,” Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde said at a press conference with Foreign Minister of Ukraine Vadym Prystaiko, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

At the same time, she noted that the Swedish side highly appreciated Ukraine's implementation of anti-corruption reforms.

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