Today, Apple has opened its official office in Ukraine, intending to deliver devices independently and control the stores of official dealers.
"Today, Apple has opened its official office in Ukraine. Yesterday, the company launched customer support service in Ukrainian. Such news shows a high level of trust in Ukraine, which strengthens our image and attracts new investments," Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine Mykhailo Fedorov posted on Facebook.
Apple plans to deliver devices to Ukraine independently and control the stores of official dealers that provide the company's services in Ukraine, the minister added.
According to him, "we have been working closely with Apple, both European and American offices, for more than a year. Together we plan to launch new Apple services for Ukrainian customers. We are working to adapt Siri assistant to the Ukrainian language, improve Apple Music recommendations for our users, create separate lists with Ukrainian performers."
Over the past year, Fedorov noted, "Ukraine has made a breakthrough in the digital sphere and I am glad that international partners understand this. I am grateful to Apple for paying special attention to our market."