Ukraine is interested in strengthening trade, economic and investment cooperation with Canada.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said this during a joint briefing with Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau in Toronto on July 2, the press service of the head of state reported.
"Trade, economic and investment cooperation has an important place in Ukrainian-Canadian relations. And we would like to strengthen it. Therefore, our countries will work on extending the bilateral free trade agreement to the sector of services and investments," Zelensky said.
He also noted that he and his team were working to ensure comfortable conditions for doing business in Ukraine.
"I sincerely welcome the investments of Canadian companies, such as Brookfield, TIU, Black Iron, and Vermilion in our country. Yesterday, a Ukrainian company together with Canadian Vermilion Energy Inc. won the right to oil and gas fields," he informed.
Zelensky also thanked the Canadian party for the excellent organization of the Ukraine Reform Conference, which started on July 2.
"I believe that this forum will become an effective platform, as our ambitious plans need broad support from international donors," the president said.
In addition, he stressed that Ukraine would examine the experience of Canada in building a fair, happy and successful country.
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