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International support for the project of Post-War Economic Recovery of Ukraine

Address of the Director of the Institute for Economics and Forecasting,  Academician Valeriy Heyets to foreign colleagues with the invitation to a broad cooperation continues to attract the attention of potential partners. After a positive decision of the Italian futurologists to join the Institute in carrying out joint forecast research, including the preparation of the Program on the Post-war Economic Recovery of Ukraine (See:, representatives of national and international business circles have shown their intention to support the project. In particular, senior management of the Green Jobs and Sustainable Development International Centre (GJASD International, Switzerland; see at:, representing the Institute, has approached the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services (Chambre de commerce, d'industrie et des services de Genève; CCIG; see at: with a proposal to support the Institute in its work, whose Director-General, Mr.Vincent Subilia, expressed his interest in such cooperation and proposed to have in July a special meeting with the senior management of GJASD International discuss venues of CCIG’s participation in the light of decisions of the international Ukraine Recovery Conference (URC 2022) to be held on 4-5 July in Lugano, Switzerland (see at: (

Mr.Vincent Subilia,
Director-General of the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services
HSH Prince Michael
von und zu Liechtenstein

Given high authority of the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services (co-organizer of the World Forum of Chambers of Commerce to be held next year), such support can play a major role in ensuring solidarity of the international business in Ukraine's postwar economic recovery. Such support is especially important given the initiative of the President of the Swiss Confederation Ignazio Cassis to organize the above mentioned international Ukraine Recovery Conference on July 4-5, 2022 in Lugano (Switzerland).

The need to take advantage of this circumstance was also highlighted during a business meeting with the founding President of the Liechtenstein GIS geopolitical analytical center, HSH Prince Michael von und zu Liechtenstein, who personally constantly provides analytical comments on the situation in Ukraine (GIS Reports; (see at:

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