Ukraine Japan

Cooperation with Japanese companies in Ukraine and Poland during and after the war

Ukraine’s post-war reconstruction could cost up to USD 750 billion. Sources of funding will be sought by the Ukrainians internationally, from their own resources, private funds and frozen Russian assets.

What will be the strategic directions of this reconstruction?

  • Energy
  • Infrastructure
  • Transport
  • Logistics
  • Processing
  • Oil refining
  • Construction materials.

Even now we are seeing a steadily increasing number of investments, either through establishing businesses or through financing and engaging existing production capacity in Ukraine.

Over the coming years, Ukraine will be one huge construction zone, absorbing and generating innovations and new technologies, and a significant geopolitical player.

How to position ourselves strategically in this new reality? This is what has been discussed today, with the participation of Mr Akio Miyajima, the Japanese Ambassador to Poland, and Mr Yasuyuki Ishiga, General Director of JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization), by representatives of Polish, Japanese and Ukrainian business and our experts Jacek Kozikowski, Markiyan Malskyy and Wojciech Wrochna.

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Jacek Kozikowski

Markiyan Malskyy

Wojciech Wrochna

Contact us:

Jacek Kozikowski, PhD, LL.M.

Jacek Kozikowski, PhD, LL.M.

Attorney at Law, Partner, Head of Infrastructure and Asian Desk

+48 660 765 914

Markiyan Malskyy, PhD hab

Markiyan Malskyy, PhD hab

Advocate (UA), Partner, Head of Ukrainian Desk

+48 734 462 582

Wojciech Wrochna, LL.M.

Wojciech Wrochna, LL.M.

Partner, Head of Energy, Infrastructure & Environment Practices Group

+48 734 189 743