Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelinsky on Monday called on Turkish companies to invest in his country and take advantage of economic reforms that have been adopted to attract investors.
He made the decision during a meeting of the Turkish-Ukrainian Business Council in Kiev, on the sidelines of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit.
"There is a bright future in investing in Ukraine," Zelinsky said. I invite Turkish companies to invest in our country and participate in privatization projects."
"Ukraine can become a country with great opportunities, and many Turkish companies benefit from the opportunities available in our country."
Zielinski said the potential for cooperation between Ukraine and Turkey is great, stressing the need to increase the volume of trade between them to $10 billion.
His country had worked on economic reforms in the area of privatization, transparency and the improvement of economic rights of the business world, stressing that Ukraine had become economically stable.
Zelinsky also called on Turkish companies to invest in infrastructure, roads, airports and ports, and to take advantage of the country's tax exemptions for investors.
President Erdogan is on an official visit to Ukraine, participating in the eighth edition of the high-level Strategic Council meeting between the two countries.
Source/Anatolia News Agency