Zelenskyy invites Polish business to Ukraine: the early bird catches the worm
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During his visit to Warsaw, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy invited Polish businesses to invest in Ukraine.

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"We are inviting Polish businesses to enter Ukraine very intensively right now. Why? Because in the world, maybe someone still doubts, and Poland is sure of our victory. And this means: the early bird catches the worm," he said at a joint briefing with the President of Poland Andrzej Duda.

Zelenskyy emphasized that Ukraine is interested in Poland being a key partner in post-war reconstruction and the implementation of other projects.

"It should be very profitable. In order for Polish business to be one of our most important partners, we cordially invite you. We invite Polish business," said the President of Ukraine.

Duda said that by February 24, 2022, there were more than 1,000 Polish companies in Ukraine.

"I hope that repelling the Russian attack and expelling the aggressor from Ukraine will mean an opportunity for Polish companies, and after the end of the war there will be more of them than before," said the Polish leader.

In August 2022, when Poland began to measure business interest in the reconstruction of Ukraine, 1,200 companies responded.

At the beginning of 2023, Zelenskyy called on American companies to participate in the post-war reconstruction of Ukraine. According to him, this will be a chance for them to expand their operations in the country.