Ukraine is interested in developing mutually beneficial investment cooperation with Turkey, the Infrastructure Ministry of Ukraine said on its website on Sunday, November 29.
Minister Vladyslav Krykliy, as part of the delegation of Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, paid a two-day working visit to Turkey on November 29, during which a roundtable conference was held with Turkish top companies with a total investment portfolio of $5 billion.
According to the minister, Ukraine is interested in the development of mutually beneficial investment collaboration with Turkey and already has a positive experience of cooperation with Turkish companies.
He said the Ukrainian government has approved a list of priority investment projects for the country for the next three years. Projects in the field of infrastructure and transport make up 40% of this list.
According to the Infrastructure Ministry, one of the Turkish companies has expressed interest in modernizing the airport in Kherson.