Transcarpathia is ready to provide maximum support to investors

18 January 2016 11:11  31113921 0115040
Transcarpathia is ready to provide maximum support to investors

Transcarpathia is an attractive region for investment, and the region management will do everything possible for investors to feel comfortable working in the region. This was stated by regional officials Hennadiy Moskal and Mykhailo Rivis during the meeting with the Consul General of the Czech Republic in Lviv Miroslav Klima on Tuesday, January 12.

          - In Transcarpathia, there are many areas for investment, a long list of state property objects that any investor can buy or rent, - Hennadiy Moskal said. - There are many qualified workers in Transcarpathia and, in view of the extremely poor state of the economy, the surplus of labor. According to him, the management of the region is ready to provide maximum support in order to attract investors to the region that would create new jobs. 



         According to the chairman of the regional council, if there are any obstacles that must be addressed at the legislative level, they are ready even to work on amendments to the laws as the region is represented in the Verkhovna Rada by efficient deputies. Especially given the fact that the most migrant workers in the Czech Republic are from Transcarpathia.

         Miroslav Klima, in turn, stressed that Czech employers are satisfied with Ukrainian workers.   

         During the meeting, they also discussed the possibility of holding a workshop by Czech experts in Transcarpathia on certification of Transcarpathian enterprises' products for sale in the European market. This issue is currently very relevant given the fact that the economic part of the Association Agreement with the EU - free trade zone - has been launched in Ukraine.  As informed by the Honorary Consul of the Czech Republic in Uzhgorod, the President of the Transcarpathian Chamber of Commerce Otto Kovchar, this issue will be the subject of further negotiations with chambers of commerce of neighboring states, including the Czech Republic. 

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