Skopje, 14th February 2013 (MIA) – Investments in the field of tourism, agriculture, production activities, in particular mechanical engineering industry, mining, civil engineering and energy are the most interesting sectors for the Ukrainian businessmen from Dnipropetrovsk, where Government delegation, headed by Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Zoran Stavreski, presented the business opportunities in Macedonia.
Dnipropetrovsk and Donetsk are the two most developed economies in Ukraine. This is also supported by the fact that in only tend months last year, Dnipropetrovsk realized trade surplus in the amount of three billion dollars, pointing out to the high-level development of this region in the industry sector.
As Ministry of Finance announced, Government delegation, comprising the Minister without Portfolio responsible for Attracting Foreign Investments, Bill Pavleski and TIDZ Directorate CEO, Viktor Mizo, also met Dnipropetrovsk gubernator and his economic team today. At the meeting, as stated in the press release, importance of intensifying the economic cooperation was pointed out. Ukrainian representatives expressed their interest in signing Memorandum of Cooperation between the State Agency for Investments of Ukraine and the Directorate for Technological Industrial Development Zones of Macedonia. At the meeting, delegation of businessmen from Dnipropetrovsk was invited to visit Macedonia and be presented the possibilities for cooperation, trade and investments.
Macedonian Government team presented the investment opportunities in Macedonia to large number of businessmen from the Chamber of Commerce of Kiev. Vice Prime Minister Stavreski also met Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine.
As announced by the Ministry of Finance, Vice Prime Minister will meet Donetsk gubernator and his economic team tomorrow, and economic potentials of Macedonia will be presented to Donetsk investors.