Rebuilding Ukraine's infrastructure is the focus of the 2022 International Transport Forum Summit
Adelegation of the Ministry of Infrastructure led by Minister Olexandr Kubrakov took part in the annual Summit of the International Transport Forum, which brings together leaders of transport industries from almost all over the world.
One of the key topics of the Summit is Ukraine's support during the war and the participation of the international community in the country's post-war reconstruction.
"Reflecting russian aggression, Ukraine is creating a new security system in the world. Unfortunately, we are paying a heavy price for this, losing the lives of Ukrainians every day and incurring enormous economic and infrastructural losses. The actions of the aggressor lead to negative consequences for the whole world. I am sincerely grateful to my colleagues from all over the world who have supported Ukraine since the first days of the war.
I am sure that by joint efforts we will be able to rebuild what was destroyed in 2 years. The team of the Ministry processes the list of destroyed infrastructure objects on a daily basis. We have identified a roadmap of assistance that Ukraine needs now and will need for further post-war reconstruction," said Infrastructure Minister Olexandr Kubrakov.
The Summit also adopted a document on the "Call to action in connection with the Russian Federation's military aggression against Ukraine", in which all present leaders of transport industries expressed unanimous support for Ukraine and pledged to stop any cooperation with russia and belarus.
"I am sincerely grateful for the support of the United Kingdom, Germany, the United States, Lithuania - the initiators of the" Call to Action "and all countries that joined this document, and was not indifferent at this difficult time," the Minister added.
In addition, within the framework of the Summit, the Ukrainian delegation held meetings with the heads of transport agencies of the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, Turkey, as well as with the leadership of the World Bank.