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Yermak discusses the formation of the newly formed Council for Entrepreneurship Support under Martial Law

Andriy Yermak during a meeting with members of the Council for Support of Entrepreneurship under Martial Law
Andriy Yermak during a meeting with members of the Council for Support of Entrepreneurship under Martial Law

The head of the Presidential Office Andriy Yermak had a meeting with members of the Council for Entrepreneurship Support under Martial Law and discussed its work, stated in his Telegram on Jan. 27.

"Following the President's instructions, I met with members of the Council.” Yermak said.

“We discussed further actions, the organization of work, our roadmap as well as another initiative of Volodymyr Zelenskyy – ‘Made in Ukraine.’"

Yermak stated that the idea is to have a dialogue between the government and small and medium-sized businesses from the regions. He decribed his dialog was “honest” and stated that “we heard and understood each other.”

“We focus on practical solutions and actual results,” said Yermak.

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“I am grateful to everyone for their constructive contributions. We will continue to work together for the sake of Ukraine."

The Ukrainian President announced that Ukraine would form a Council for Entrepreneurship Support under Martial Law, which will include business representatives from various industries.

On Jan. 23, Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) supported a initiative proposed by Volodymyr Zelenskyy regarding strengthening economic security during martial law, including reducing pressure on Ukrainian businesses.

This follows a Jan. 22 statement by Zelenskyy, in which he announced that government officials had met with representatives of Ukrainian business. During the meeting, he asked for suggestions to "remove the tensions" between the government, business, and police, which have escalated in the wake of the arrest of Igor Mazepa the investigation of his investment company, Concorde Capital.

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