The next meeting of the Ukrainian-Czech Joint Commission on Economic, Industrial and Scientific and Technical Cooperation should help restore the vibrant development of the economies of the two countries.
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The European Green Deal is a program not only of the EU's environmental but also of economic development, which envisages the transformation of Europe into a climate-neutral continent and achievement of the EU's technological leadership by minimizing fossil fuel use and reducing the negative impact on the environment by 2050.
Due to the initiative of First Lady Olena Zelenska, in December 2019, Ukraine has begun the process of joining the Biarritz Partnership, cooperation in which will increase the implementation of best practices in the field of gender equality in Ukraine. Ukraine has gained official status as a member of the Biarritz Partnership by receiving a letter from the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs of the French Republic.
Lviv will receive 12 million euro loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) in order to purchase 10 new energy-efficient trams as part of the project "Ukraine public transport project". The goal of the project is to improve public transport infrastructure in Ukraine.
On September 2, the Government adopted a resolution establishing a Commission to coordinate the interaction of executive bodies to ensure equal rights and opportunities for women and men.
Acting Minister of Energy of Ukraine Olha Buslavets met with Federal Minister of Germany for Economic Affairs and Energy Peter Altmaier in Berlin. During a meeting the sides inked a joint intergovernmental statement between Ukraine and Germany on the establishment of an energy partnership.
The Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal spoke about 5 major European integration steps and government reforms that will help implement European best practices in Ukraine.
46 universities and other organizations from Ukraine will take part in 10 projects and have access to 9 mln euro to develop their capacity under the EU's Erasmus + Program. The main goal of the projects is capacity building in the field of higher education.