Deputy Prime Minister – Minister for Reintegration of Temporarily Occupied Territories Iryna Vereshchuk sees Poland as a potential economic hub for Ukraine.
Vereshchuk said the draft law currently being elaborated in Poland aims to prevent risks for entrepreneurs ready to invest in rebuilding Ukraine, the Ministry of Reintegration said in a Telegram post. .
In particular, it concerns the implementation of business projects in newly liberated territories.
According to her, Poland could become not only the logistics center, but also the economic center of Ukraine.
“Everyone fully understands that in the heart of Europe there is a country with huge territory and potential. Therefore, foreign governments provide insurance guarantees to companies ready to work in Ukraine. This will inspire investment in us – it’s a business matter, not a charity.This is a very realistic prospect.
As reported, Vereshchuk advocates a more intensive development of Ukrainian-Polish relations.