Deputy Head of the Office of the President Yulia Kovaliv met with representatives of the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation headed by Counselor to the Chief Executive Officer Caleb McCarry.
The participants of the meeting discussed the opportunity of establishing effective cooperation and attracting investments in Ukraine in such spheres as infrastructure, energy, healthcare, agriculture, technologies and financial services.
Yulia Kovaliv told about important changes already implemented by the authorities and goals defined as priorities.
“Ukraine is looking forward to big investments. Now, the whole team focuses its efforts to create the most comfortable conditions for the investor,” she emphasized.
In addition, Yulia Kovaliv outlined the main areas that currently require investment and could be of interest to U.S. partners. These include privatization of state-owned enterprises, modernization of infrastructure, healthcare, agro-industrial complex and technologies.
“We open the land market, conduct concession tenders, and launch state online services. These are the preconditions that will make Ukraine more attractive to investors,” the Deputy Head of the President's Office said.
The representatives of the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation, for their part, emphasized willingness to intensify cooperation and noted the special interest of international investors in Ukraine. In addition, they expressed interest in expanding cooperation areas with our country.