“I am personally ready to protect all investments. We have already prepared more than 70 draft laws to reform the law enforcement and judicial systems. There are many bills to improve the investment climate, and for businesses,” he said during his visit to Poland, as reported by the president’s press service on September 1. Ukrainian and Polish investors in various industries, namely banking, finance, construction, and transport sectors represented the businesses at the meeting.
Zelensky also spoke about the “State in a Smartphone” project focusing on the digitization of services and document flow in the Cabinet of Ministers, as well as electronic customs. He also shared plans for major reforms, related to privatization, land reform, changes in the railways sector, seaports concession, and overcoming corruption. “Businesses are optimistic,” the press service quoted President of the Association of Ukrainian Business in Poland Yaroslav Romanchuk as saying. “In turn, businessmen emphasized they were willing to invest in Ukraine and waiting for our investors in Poland,” the report said. In addition, the youth told about cooperation with businesses in Poland. “The students stressed they would like to bring the best practices home,” the press service added.