Ireland could be leader in Ukraine recovery process - Shmyhal

Ireland could be leader in Ukraine recovery process - Shmyhal

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Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has said at a meeting with Irish Prime Minister Micheál Martin that Ireland can become one of the leaders in the future Ukraine recovery process.

Shmyhal said this in a Telegram post, Ukrinform reports.

"Ireland can become one of the leaders in the future process of Ukraine's recovery. We talked about it today with the Prime Minister of Ireland, Micheál Martin. I emphasized that it is important to find a joint model of military risk insurance for businesses that will decide to invest in Ukraine and implement projects here. This will contribute to the operation of the economy, the creation of jobs and the return of people to their homes," Shmyhal said.

Both parties discussed Russia's war crimes in Ukraine. Shmyhal emphasized that Russia must be recognized as a state sponsor of terrorism.

He also thanked Ireland for its comprehensive support and for standing side by side with the Ukrainian people today.

Martin is on a visit to Ukraine on Wednesday, where he has already visited the war-torn towns of Borodianka, Bucha and Irpin in the Kyiv region.


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