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Meeting with the Head of Odesa Office of OSCE Special Monitoring Mission Mr.Kyle King

16/ 07/ 2020
  On Wednesday, July 15, 2020, Kateryna Morozova, Head of the EВA Southern Ukrainian Office, met with Mr. Kyle King, Head of the Odesa Office of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission. The key issues of discussion were: the challenges faced by companies during the quarantine period, the current situation in the Odesa region, in particular in the sphere of the public-private partnership, the peculiarities of the business climate, as well as trends of doing business in the region. Thus, Ms. Kateryna shared the results of the latest EBA investment attractiveness index, outlined the current situation in the region, more specifically in the banking, agro, and logistics spheres, as well as spoked about updating Ukrainian concession legislation and the successful case of the member company Risoil in this direction. “Of course, Quarantine affected the investment climate of the Odesa region and Ukraine in the whole. But with the EBA assistance business overcame this obstacle in a lighter way. Since the beginning of March, we have been actively automating all processes within companies and focusing on improving PR visibility. In addition, the role of socially responsible business (CSR) increased during this period. In general, now the region is returning to normal life, and companies are resuming their activities. Moreover, as practice shows, the latest business trends in the region and in Ukraine were related to the transfer of business activity of companies fully or partially online or in the remote regime of work, — mentioned Kateryna Morozova, summing up the meeting. Note: OSCE - Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, which brings together 57 participating States from North America, Europe and Asia. The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) in Ukraine began its work on March 21, 2014 in connection with the appeal of the Government of Ukraine to the OSCE and the consensus decision of all member states of this organization. The CMM is a civil monitoring mission the main task  of which is to impartially and objectively monitor and report on the situation in Ukraine 24/7, as well as to facilitate dialogue between all parties of the conflict.

On Wednesday, July 15, 2020, Kateryna Morozova, Head of the EВA Southern Ukrainian Office, met with Mr. Kyle King, Head of the Odesa Office of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission.

The key issues of discussion were: the challenges faced by companies during the quarantine period, the current situation in the Odesa region, in particular in the sphere of the public-private partnership, the peculiarities of the business climate, as well as trends of doing business in the region. Thus, Ms. Kateryna shared the results of the latest EBA investment attractiveness index, outlined the current situation in the region, more specifically in the banking, agro, and logistics spheres, as well as spoked about updating Ukrainian concession legislation and the successful case of the member company Risoil in this direction.

“Of course, Quarantine affected the investment climate of the Odesa region and Ukraine in the whole. But with the EBA assistance business overcame this obstacle in a lighter way. Since the beginning of March, we have been actively automating all processes within companies and focusing on improving PR visibility. In addition, the role of socially responsible business (CSR) increased during this period. In general, now the region is returning to normal life, and companies are resuming their activities. Moreover, as practice shows, the latest business trends in the region and in Ukraine were related to the transfer of business activity of companies fully or partially online or in the remote regime of work, ” — mentioned Kateryna Morozova, summing up the meeting.

Note:

OSCE – Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, which brings together 57 participating States from North America, Europe and Asia.

The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) in Ukraine began its work on March 21, 2014 in connection with the appeal of the Government of Ukraine to the OSCE and the consensus decision of all member states of this organization.

The CMM is a civil monitoring mission the main task  of which is to impartially and objectively monitor and report on the situation in Ukraine 24/7, as well as to facilitate dialogue between all parties of the conflict.

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