Turkish companies could take part in the updated infrastructure of Ukraine, if there was a problem wife is a successor invader of Russia. The two countries signed the agreement.
The Minister of Trade of Turkey, Omer Bolat, stated this, RBC-Ukraine reported to Reuters.
< p>According to the words of the official, Minister of Transport of Turkey Abdulkadir Uraloglu and Minister of Development of Communities, Territory and Infrastructure of Ukraine Oleksandr Kubrakov signed a document that defines the parameters of the “Turkish-Ukrainian target group” s update”.
Bolat clarified that two more ministers discussed the role of Turechchin “taking charge of the nutritional renewal of Ukraine.” The official of the Ministry of Defense, for which there is a special group, which was created according to the memorandum on the mutual cooperation of Ukraine, for the identification of projects in Ukraine and the assessment of the minds of financing.
“This is to provide an important legal basis for the further development of Ukraine. “We are ready to cooperate with third countries,” added the Turkish minister.
In his own words, Kubrakov believes that the greatest need for renovation will be in the housing and communal services government and the transport sector, including roads, bridges and waterways, as well as the water transport infrastructure of Ukraine.
In his words, the fate of Turechchyna belongs to the modernized accept the development of bilateral trade.
“For our region, receiving foreign investment in infrastructure is of paramount importance,” added Kubrakov.
An unnamed Reuters source, as they work in the industrial sector, found that the Turkish contractors are ready take part in all areas of modernized infrastructure.
Forum on the modernization of Ukraine
It seems that today, on the 31st of today, Istanbul will host a forum on the modernization of Ukraine.
As we have previously indicated Kubrakov, whose fate priorities of Ukraine there will be projects aimed at updating energy, housing, critical and social infrastructure.
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