The directors of departments of the economy ministries of Ukraine and Poland, Oleksiy Rozhkov and Jan Pawelec, discussed the dynamics of bilateral economic cooperation in the first quarter during a videoconference, Ukraine’s Embassy in Poland reported on Facebook.
“The directors of departments of the economy ministries of Ukraine and Poland, Oleksiy Rozhkov and Jan Pawelec, have discussed the dynamics of trade and economic cooperation, which demonstrated growth in the first quarter of 2020, investment cooperation, problematic issues and ways to resolve them, as well as prospects for holding the seventh meeting of the Ukrainian-Polish intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation in Kyiv in autumn at the level of deputy prime ministers,” the report reads.
The embassy said that in the first quarter, Poland remained the fourth largest trading partner of Ukraine in the world after China, Germany and Russia with bilateral trade in goods exceeding $1.77 billion (up by 0.5% YoY). Poland is also the second largest market in the world after China for Ukrainian exports of goods with more than $820 million (+1%; 6.7% of total Ukrainian exports). (Ukrinform/Business World Magazine)