Ukraine Post War Reconstruction

(Re) Build (New) Ukraine | We stand by you!

Since February 2022, Ukraine’s GDP has fallen by 40%. It is estimated that the total direct losses to small and medium-sized enterprises have already exceeded USD 80 billion. And yet Ukrainian business continues to thrive and grow.

Some 200,000 new companies have been registered since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Over 80% of businesses have resumed operations. More than 700 companies have been relocated to safer regions and the vast majority of them have already begun to operate normally. Factories are running at full steam, 24/7.

The whole democratic world has no doubt that Ukraine will win this war. This is why the idea of its post-war reconstruction is uniting and mobilising both people and businesses worldwide. This process is already underway, with tender processes being launched and discussions about plans, projects and the future going on.

Specific examples and related challenges were discussed today by Mariana Lutsyszyn, Gennadiy Radczenko, Taras Yurynts, Konstantin Magaletskyi, Janusz Władyczak, and Jakub Krysa.

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The discussion was initiated by our special guests: Mr. Wasyl Zwarycz, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to Poland, and Mr. Dariusz Szymczycha. The meeting was hosted by Markiyan Malskyy.

Our thanks to the more than 150 Ukrainian companies who attended the meeting in our office or online. We stand by you!

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Markiyan Malskyy

Jakub Krysa

Contact us:

Markiyan Malskyy, PhD hab

Markiyan Malskyy, PhD hab

Advocate (UA), Partner, Head of Ukrainian Desk

+48 734 462 582

Jakub Krysa, PhD

Jakub Krysa, PhD

Attorney at Law, Partner, Head of Public Procurement Practice and Spanish Desk

+48 784 084 522