On June 20-21, London welcomed a conference on Ukraine's recovery organized jointly by the UK and Ukraine. UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who spoke online, opened the conference.
The first day of the London conference was based on the topics of rapid and long-term restoration of the destroyed infrastructure, investments, reforms necessary for reconstruction and mechanisms for insuring foreign investments. The main topics of the second day were digital reconstruction and development of the technology sector; humanitarian demining and the role of local authorities in the recovery and reconstruction of Ukraine.
This event aimed to mobilize international support for social and economic stabilization, as well as for Ukraine's recovery from Russian aggression. The conference has gathered the international community, international financial institutions, the private sector, and civil society to discuss opportunities to contribute to Ukraine's development and mobilize support. The Ukrainian delegation also included Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, Minister of Economy Yulia Svyrydenko, Minister of Community, Territorial and Infrastructure Development Oleksandr Kubrakov, and other government officials.
Today Egis is actively working on projects to rebuild Ukraine and was presented at the conference by Alan Corner, Europe Chief Commercial Officer, and Eduard Kovtun, Director of Egis in Ukraine, Caucasus, and Central Asia. Egis team is keen on developing new infrastructure projects in Ukraine and is committed to its continued support.