Ukraine: EBRD officials visit Lviv to plan investments
March 6, 2023

Ukraine: EBRD officials visit Lviv to plan investments

EBRD First Vice-President Jürgen Rigterink last week led a high-level delegation from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to Lviv in western Ukraine to discuss further increasing the Bank’s commitment to Ukraine as the country enters a second year of war. 

The EBRD, Ukraine’s largest institutional investor, has pledged to invest €3 billion in 2022-23 and has already deployed a record €1.7 billion in 2022, also attracting additional co-finance from partner banks and international grants and guarantees from donors and shareholders.  

Jürgen Rigterink met Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi to discuss present and future investments. Together they visited a municipal hospital and the Unbroken initiative being built in Lviv – a rehabilitation ecosystem where Ukrainians with war injuries have access to multidisciplinary teams of surgeons, traumatologists, psychotherapists, and rehabilitation experts.  

The EBRD’s delegation also held talks with its clients on existing and potential projects, including Bank Lviv, the M10 Lviv Industrial Park project, east plant ‘Enzym’, and others.

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