Reconstruction of Ukraine newsletter - January 2024

In this 9th edition of our newsletter, we will delve into macroeconomic figures, explore progress in demining efforts, and highlight recent announcements from financial institutions and the private sector, including significant mergers and acquisitions.

The year 2024 is anticipated to be challenging for Ukraine, both militarily and economically. Despite the difficulties, Ukraine demonstrates remarkable resilience, maintaining momentum on existing projects and launching new initiatives that inspire hope and confidence in its ultimate victory.

Traditionally, discussions on global trends and challenges for the year commence at the World Economic Forum in Davos. For several years now, this dialogue has included the Ukraine House Davos, serving as a meeting point for business leaders, policymakers, journalists, and thought leaders committed to Ukraine's success. This platform facilitates the sharing of insights and collaborative efforts on opportunities that can contribute to the establishment of a free and democratic Ukraine.

As decisions regarding Ukraine's financial support from the EU and the USA in 2024 and beyond are awaited, participating in the global security agenda has become for Ukraine a crucial opportunity. It allows the nation to showcase its aspirations for recovery and rebuilding, providing a backdrop for the impending discussions. The outcomes of these conversations play an important role in unlocking the €50 billion Ukraine Facility through EU and $60 billion of US support — an essential component for the country's resilience, addressing social budget expenses, and meeting military needs.

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