KHERSON, SEPTEMBER 28th, 2013, CONTEXT-PRICHERNOMORIE ¬― At the first day of the VII International Investment Forum “Tavrian horizons: environmental investment, cooperation, economic development”, following presentations of investment projects, the Chairman of Regional State Administration Mykola Kostyak has signed 4 memorandum and agreement, Context-Prichernomorie correspondent reports.
The press service of Kherson Regional State Administration reported today, 28 September.
According to the press service, at the first day of the VII International Investment Forum “Tavrian horizons”, the Chairman of Regional State Administration Mykola Kostyak signed 4 memorandum establishing a profitable investment cooperation area and 1 agreement. In particular, it was signed the Memorandum of Cooperation between the Kherson Regional State Administration and UAB “Arvi” (Lithuania).
Also it was signed a memorandum of cooperation with the company «Agrofusion» to build a plant for processing tomatoes and a memorandum on cooperation between the Kherson Regional State Administration and the Ministry of Youth and Sport of Ukraine in realization of the project of the Olympic training centre for athletes in water sports on the river Konka.
In addition, Mr Kostyak signed a memorandum on cooperation in the implementation of the investment project of joint Ukrainian-German production of domestic-type harvesters CLAAS “TUCANO-440” and “Scythian” at the NPP “Kherson Machine-Building Plant”.
Also in the course of the Forum it was signed an agreement on cooperation between the Kherson Regional State Administration and the Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs on the development of the processing industry.
As a reminder, the VII International Investment Forum “Tavrian horizons: environmental investment, cooperation, economic development” taking place 27-28 September in Nova Kahovka is attended by over 320 people. Among these foreign guests from Russia, Romania, Slovakia, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, Austria, Lithuania, Georgia, Turkey, Kenya, Czech Republic and Belarus.