The question of involvement in the recovery of global financial and industrial companies was also raised

During a visit to Munich, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskiy met with Australian businessman Andrew Forrest, founder of one of the world’s largest mining companies, Fortescue Metals Group. This was reported by the press service of the President.

During the meeting, Zelenskiy and Forrest discussed the reconstruction of Ukraine and the involvement of large global financial and industrial companies in projects to recover from the consequences of Russian aggression.

The President highly appreciated Andrew Forrest’s assistance in implementing humanitarian projects in our country, in particular, the construction of housing for internally displaced Ukrainian families.

After the Ukraine Recovery London conference, which took place last June, Andrew Forrest announced his intention to invest in the creation of a new, technological, environmentally friendly economy of Ukraine.

As GMK Center reported earlier, South Korean steelmaker POSCO intends to support Ukraine’s post-war reconstruction, in particular, by participating in a number of energy and infrastructure projects. This was stated by POSCO Group Chairman Choi Chung during a meeting with a Ukrainian delegation in October last year. Last March, the steel company created a so-called working group on Ukraine’s recovery, which focused on a series of possible projects in five areas: steel, food, secondary raw materials for batteries, energy, and infrastructure. The company also intends to accelerate humanitarian cooperation.