Japan is joining the rebuilding of Ukraine

Representatives of the Government of Japan announced that the country plans to provide EUR 160 mln to support economic recovery projects. The ministers also assured that Japan’s position on supporting Ukraine would remain unchanged.

This was discussed during a visit to Kyiv by Japan’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Kiyoto Tsuji, Minister of State for Economy, Trade and Industry Kazuchika Iwata and representatives of the Japanese business community.

Japanese companies are most interested in investing in Ukrainian agriculture, energy, green metallurgy, cybersecurity and construction. Japanese business representatives also expressed interest in implementing joint investment projects with Ukrainian entrepreneurs and in the possibility of opening an office of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) in Kyiv.

During the meeting, UkraineInvest Executive Director Sergiy Tsivkach assured the Japanese side that all investment projects would receive full support.

“UkraineInvest continues to provide one-stop support to investors, which includes providing reliable, up-to-date information and advice on the specifics of doing business in Ukraine, identifying optimal investment opportunities, and helping to resolve any systemic issues that investors may face. Our aim is to explain what kind of investment opportunities Ukraine offers. Businesses need to understand what exactly will be needed to rebuild Ukraine, what types of production and products will be needed, and what they can start planning now,” said Sergiy Tsivkach.

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