During his working visit to the Federal Republic of Germany, the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmygal met with the President of the Bundesrat and the Prime Minister of the federal state of Saxony-Anhalt Rainer Haseloff.
Denis Shmyhal noted that despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the high attention of the Ukrainian government to overcoming the consequences of the pandemic, Ukraine continues to actively implement reforms.
“The government has approved almost 100 priority investment projects for the period up to 2023 in energy, infrastructure, processing industry, tourism and sports. We prove that Ukraine has significant investment potential and is attractive, including for German investors, ”said Denis Shmygal.
Denis Shmygal thanked the German side for the high support of Ukraine, its sovereignty and territorial integrity.
"The support of our reliable partner Germany is extremely important both for the progressive movement of reforms and in the direction of bringing Ukraine closer to the European perspective," the Prime Minister emphasized.
Previously it was reported that the German energy company Siemens Energy and Rinat Akhmetov's energy holding DTEK, with the support of the governments of Germany and Ukraine, have agreed on a pilot project for the production of hydrogen fuel in Mariupol worth 25 million euros.