Zelensky invites Polish businesses to Ukraine
MOSCOW. April 5 (Interfax) - During a press conference with Polish President Andrzej Duda in Warsaw Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has invited representatives of Polish businesses to move into Ukraine intensively and engage in its reconstruction now.
"We are very interested to have Poland responsible for a significant part in Ukraine's recovery. And not only at the state level. We are very interested in the arrival of Polish businesses. We have many different projects. I know that you have many different businesses which are ready to come here, those which have experience, desire, people, personnel and money, and electricity in order to develop the decentralization of the energy system. We are very open," the Ukrainian media quoted Zelensky as saying.
The ministers of both countries signed documents on the development of infrastructure projects in Warsaw on Wednesday, he said. "We are very interested in this. We invite Polish businesses to move into Ukraine very intensively right now. Whoever comes here earlier will make more money," Zelensky said.
He noted that certain representatives of Polish businesses are already involved in the program for Ukraine's rapid recovery.