Today, the World Economic Forum in Davos hosted a panel discussion on Ukraine’s recovery. Cooperation in a fragmented world, as well as renewal and cooperation in a world whose usual order was shaken first by the COVID-19 pandemic and then by the outbreak of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, were the key topics of the international event.
This year’s World Economic Forum brought together a record number of participants, over 2,500, including leading politicians from more than 50 countries, heads of state, international business leaders, experts, representatives of leading companies, and potential investors from around the world.
The CEO of UkraineInvest — Sergiy Tsivkach — presented the investment opportunities of Ukraine in the context of post-war reconstruction and investment incentives for foreign investors attraction.
Neil Bennett, Global Co-CEO of H/Advisors, moderated the panel session. Volodymyr Lavrenchuk and Andriy Zdesenko, Ukrainian entrepreneurs and philanthropists, also participated in the panel.
For over 50 years, the Forum has been engaging global partners to achieve significant impact, creating historical initiatives, industry breakthroughs, economical solutions, and tens of thousands of projects and partnerships that improve the world.
Davos hears Ukraine. Our country will soon feel the results of our and all the delegations’ participation. The support of Ukraine by international partners is and will continue to be global: both to fight the enemy and quickly rebuild, restore and transform the economy.