Mariupol City Council signed guarantee agreements with representatives of Turkish business as part of the creation of an industrial park. According to the press service of the council, this will create 600 jobs and attract about UAH 250 million in investments.
The Mayor Vadim Boychenko thanked the partners for their trust and stressed that Mariupol is the flagship in the field of creating safe and transparent conditions for business.
“In a short time, we managed to attract about 160 million euros to our community. All of them are aimed at improving urban infrastructure and the quality of life of Mariupol residents. Openness and transparency of budgets helps us in this. By developing your business, we will develop our city, ”the mayor said.
Vadim Boychenko also spoke about key projects being implemented together with European partners. This is the renewal of the municipal park, the creation of conditions for high-quality water supply to residents, the modernization of external lighting and the infrastructural reform of the education sector.
Deputy Mayor Sergei Orlov noted that communication with investors has been going on for two years. And the agreements signed today are a guarantee of investment agreements.
“As part of the implementation of our agreement, seven sites will appear on the territory of the industrial park. They will open an elevator production, a plant for the manufacture of metal structures, auto parts and others. In turn, we will carry out all the necessary communications, and the contractor will dismantle the old buildings and build new ones. The production facilities will be located on the territory of the former fish canning plant and will occupy about 6 hectares, ”Sergei Orlov noted.
In turn, the Turkish partners expressed gratitude to the municipality for an active position and reliable cooperation.
“Thank you for trusting and supporting us. We hope that economic relations between Turkey and Ukraine will continue to develop, ”said the trade attaché of the Turkish Consulate in Ukraine, Dicle Temizsoy.