Verkhovna Rada to do all to attract investment in Ukraine - Razumkov.

Verkhovna Rada Chairman Dmytro Razumkov has said that the Ukrainian parliament will do everything it can to create conditions for attracting additional investment in Ukraine.

He emphasized this during his working trip to the Kyiv region, while visiting the enterprise Kostal Ukraine in Pereiaslav on Wednesday, February 12, the Verkhovna Rada's press service reported.

"This enterprise is a great example of how Ukraine can be competitive in the world. As for the Verkhovna Rada, we will do all we can to create conditions for attracting additional investment in Ukraine," Razumkov said.

The speaker also got acquainted with the work of the company, in particular, the production of automotive electronics and spare parts for many well-known car brands such as Ford, Skoda, Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche, and Lamborghini.

According to the report, the company's director general, Radoslaw Szkup, informed Razumkov about the project to build a new plant in the Boryspil district of the Kyiv region, with construction work expected to begin in May this year. In particular, he noted that the implementation of the project requires the attraction of 13 million euros as investment for the construction of the plant and another 26 million euros for equipping it with the necessary equipment. The new plant will help create 900 jobs in the region.

Razumkov on a working visit to the Kyiv and Cherkasy regions on February 12.

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