This is a weekly digest of news about investment and business development in Ukraine from the UkraineInvest team

The Ministry of Economy of Ukraine held consultations with the EU on Ukraine’s investment framework under the Ukraine Facility.
The consultations were held with the EU delegation on Pillar II of the Ukraine Facility for 2024-2027. Pillar II envisages the creation of a special EUR 8 bln investment mechanism to reduce the risks of financing programmes in priority sectors and enable private investors to obtain financing for investment projects through international financial institutions. 
A greenhouse complex using geothermal energy will be built in the Lviv region for EUR 68 mln.
Triosan Holding Ukraine LLC, a representative office of the Hungarian company developing geothermal energy in Europe, will invest EUR 68 mln in the construction of a geothermal greenhouse complex in the Lviv region.  

The UK will contribute £20 mln to the SURE Fund, established by MIGA to insure investments in Ukraine.
The solution provides businesses and investors with the essential tools they need to play a direct part in Ukraine’s post-war reconstruction.  

On 11 December, the IMF will consider the disbursement of the third tranche of the EFF programme to Ukraine. 
On 11 December, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will consider the second review of the Extended Fund Facility (EFF) and the disbursement of a third tranche of about USD 880 mln.  

Japan will provide additional financial assistance of USD 1 bln to Ukraine.
Japan will provide Ukraine with an additional USD 1 bln in financial assistance and is ready to bring the total amount of assistance to USD 4.5 bln, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said. 

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