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Anzhelika Livitska moderated panel discussions at Recovery Forum Ukraine 2022

On 19 June 2022 Kyiv hosted Recovery Forum Ukraine 2022 organized by the Confederation of Builders of Ukraine, KyivBuild Ukraine, Aquatherm Kyiv and ReBuild Ukraine.

The event gathered the representatives of the state and local authorities, construction business-community, international financial institutions, and potential investors to discuss issues related to the rebuild of the damaged infrastructure in Ukraine as well as the ways of financing.

Asters' Counsel Anzhelika Livitska became a moderator of the two panel discussions. The first one was devoted to discussing the projects to rebuild the damaged territorial communities. The second one gathered the international experts who could learn more about the priorities and initiatives to rebuild the country, as well as understand how they can assist with this.

Commenting the importance of holding such events, Anzhelika says: "According to the Plan of Rebuilding Ukraine, initiated by the President Volodymyr Zelensky, for about 850 projects are considered to be implemented in the country over the next 10 years. These projects will require financing in the amount of approximately USD 750 bln. I truly hope that such events as Recovery Forum Ukraine 2022 will serve as a dialogue platform, where the state and business will find the best solutions to implement this plan. I am also grateful to the organizers for holding the offline event during the wartime, as well as donating a part of the participation fee to United24 to rebuild the infrastructure".

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Asters is the largest law firm in Ukraine with offices in Kyiv, Washington D.C., London and Brussels. Chambers Europe 2022 recognizes 21 lawyers of Asters – the largest number of the renowned practitioners in a single Ukrainian law firm.

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