The jury of the contest have marked Kyiv’s attractiveness for international investors in the category “Best Major European City of the Future – Cost Effectiveness”. In its nomination, Kyiv is ahead of Bucharest, Prague, Warsaw, Budapest, Ankara, Athens, Minsk, Saint Petersburg, and Moscow.
“This is a very important recognition for us. This is a positive signal for potential investors and a vivid evidence that we are going in the right direction, creating conditions for investors and offering interesting projects. I always emphasize to businesspeople that today is the best time to invest in Ukraine and Kyiv. I focus a lot on attraction of funds to Kyiv to boost the development of the city and match all criteria of a European capital city,” Klitschko said receiving the award.
Also, the mayors and top municipal managers of leading European cities, such as London, Helsinki, Vilnius, Frankfurt, Tallinn, the Hague, Amsterdam, Reykjavik, Manchester, as well as representatives of investment agencies and companies will attend the ceremony.
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