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Ukraine can get $8 billion from Russia per year

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Staff writer ▼ | January 14, 2014
Ukraine can receive up to $8 billion per year as Russian investment in the implementation of projects in priority economic branches, Valery Muntiyan said.
Valery Muntiyan
Valery MuntiyanUkraine can receive up to $8 billion per year as Russian investment in the implementation of projects in priority economic branches, Valery Muntiyan said.


"It's very important for us, because Ukraine can receive up to eight billion dollars as investment from Russia per year. These are the funds for the implementation of advanced projects in priority sectors. This will help us preserve highly qualified staff, maximally load our production capacities, as well as preserve and strengthen cooperative relations," said Mr. Muntiyan.

Mr. Muntiyan is the Ukrainian government's commissioner for cooperation with Russia, the participating states of the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Eurasian Economic Community and other regional unions.

The issue concerns joint infrastructure and industrial projects in the priority sectors of the economy as part of the interstate program for the innovative development of cooperation between the CIS participating states for the period until 2020. The decision to intensify efforts on their implementation was taken at the sixth meeting of the Ukrainian-Russian interstate commission.


 

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