The Government of Ukraine will further creating of favourable conditions for attracting foreign investments into the national economcis. Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov emphasized drawing conclusions of the negotiations with representatives of Luxembourg business and leadership of Luxembourg.
“These negotiations in the first place were dedicated to stirring up of economic cooperation with Ukraine. Our partners expressed very high and completely practical interest “to master” Ukrainian market. They possess an absolutely univocal understanding of attractiveness of our market. But at the same time they do not have sufficient information about the conditions of work on it,” Mykola Azarov stressed in his opening adress during the Government’s session on June 26.
He accentuated: Luxembourg is one of the world’s largest “harbors of the capital”. Under conditions of global recession the system investors choose thoughtfully where to invest money. Huge capital does not stand “delays”, although it does not stand uncertainty, unknown risks as well.
“What do investors expect from us so that to direct the capitals into Ukraine? The most significant [they expect] stable predictable policy. Reliable protection of investments. Our task is to ensure this,” Mykola Azarov urged.
Political stability in Ukraine has stipulated its social and economic development. Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov emphasized during his meeting with representatives of business circles in Luxembourg.
“The political stability which has existed in Ukraine in the recent three years afforded to achieve financial and economic steadiness,” Mykola Azarov stressed.
At this he called on Luxembourg business to enter Ukraine’s market and promised the Government would further the course of simplifying of conditions of making business in Ukraine.
The Head of Government views his visit to Luxembourg as being intense and effective.
He stressed during the trip he had had constructive negotiations with leaders of Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and institutions of the European Union as well.
“The visit has been though short – in fact, less than 24 hours – but extremely intense, interesting and the most significant – constructive,” Mykola Azarov has said.