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Lithuania will help entrepreneurs from Dnipropetrovsk Region to enter the EU market

What are the products of the region’s entrepreneurs interested in the European market? How can Lithuanian partners assist in promoting Ukrainian goods to EU countries? These topics were the main at the Ukrainian-Lithuanian Business Forum. The participants also discussed the latest technologies in the field of energy and education. Heads of innovative Lithuanian business companies and leading entrepreneurs of Dnipropetrovsk region came to the meeting.

A delegation of Lithuania’s leading business companies – led by the Deputy Minister of Economy and Innovation of the Republic of Lithuania Kateryna Royaka – visited forum.

“This forum is a good platform for us to raise business relations with Ukraine, in particular with the Dnipropetrovsk region, to a new level,”- Kateryna Royaka emphasized. “Our country has considerable experience in innovation in various fields. We are also ready to share it with Ukrainian partners.”

The head of the International Energy Cluster, Mantas Nashlenas, presented the latest energy technologies at the forum.

“ We are interested in expanding cooperation. Companies from Dnipropetrovsk region  have already joined us, but we are also looking for new partners. I hope our innovations will attract entrepreneurs, ”-said Mantas Nashlenas.

New generation batteries for solar power plants were presented among other innovations. They are much safer and more durable than the current ones. Lithuanian partners also can share their experience on how to build roads.
One of the panels of the forum – “Smart City”. How to create a “smart city” or “smart business company”, representatives of the company “Sivitta”.

“Lithuania is a real friend and partner. We are ready to accompany the Lithuanian investor at all times and everywhere, to assist at all stages, to provide exclusive conditions for cooperation ”, – said Oleksander Kolomiytsev, Director of the SE “Investment-Innovation Centre”.

Lithuanian and Ukrainian businessmen, representatives of the united territorial communities, scientists and educators of the region joined the forum. A it is about 130 participants!