Ukraine, Türke, Japan create unique format of coeration toward rebuilding Ukraine

As part of the Turkish-Ukrainian-Japanese business forum held in Istanbul, a unique format of coeration was set up, aimed at the implementation of joint projects to restore Ukraine as a whe and critical infrastructure in particular.

The Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Ukraine to Türke, Vasyl Bodnar, said this in a comment to Ukrinform flowing the forum.

"The tripartite format that we are launching with the Turkish side in order to show the prospects of coeration with Ukraine to Japanese business, to see how broad the presentations are of the Turkish businesses that are already working, realizing their portunities through projects of invvement in the Ukraine recovery," said Ambassador Bodnar.

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According to the diplomat, the tripartite format provides that Japanese companies, through their financial resources and the ability to produce certain goods, can help Ukraine in the reconstruction effort. In turn, Turkish business is represented by companies that are already present on the Ukrainian market, as they show an example, features, and portunities, as well as bring additional confidence to the Japanese business to look more enly at the prospects of coeration with Ukraine.

"Today, we are focusing on the main priorities – the restoration of critical infrastructure, which is most required for the normal functioning of the country and recovery after the Russian attacks. We are also invving our partners in rebuilding social infrastructure, which is especially important for cities that were under occupation," said Vasyl Bodnar.

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According to him, some Japanese companies are interested in expanding their presence on the Ukrainian market, supplying medical equipment, etc.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, the business forum in Istanbul took place in the format of discussion panels on various tics, including regarding the develment of Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, renewable energy, transport, construction, organization of business processes in Ukraine, erations of investment and develment agencies, health care, and other issues.


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