Poroshenko assured everything was done to create the most favorable conditions for investments and an open space atmosphere for business, Censor.NET informs citing presidential press service.
The president also noted that Ukraine was studying the Israeli experience of developing the country under extreme circumstances. He called the fight against corruption a priority in creating an enabling business environment and elaborated on measures taken in this direction.
In turn, Honorary Consul of Ukraine in Jerusalem, founder and co-owner of City Capital Group Ofer Kerzner noted in his speech: "Today, it's the time to come to Ukraine." According to him, in the next few years, Ukraine will become one of the best places in Europe for investment. "We believe in Ukraine's future, and we will prove it with our knowledge, experience, and money," he said.
The meeting was attended by representatives of companies that already operate or plan to develop business in Ukraine in the following areas: IT, telecommunication, energy, agriculture, healthcare, construction and real estate, machinery, and transportation.