Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb called the recent singing of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement a powerful incentive to attract Finnish investment in Ukraine's economy.
Stubb made his announcement at a recent meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Brussels, Ukrinform reports.
"The Finnish prime minister welcomed the signing of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU that will be a powerful incentive for attracting Finnish investment in the Ukrainian economy," Stubb's press office said, according to Ukrinform.
Additionally, Stubb supported Poroshenko's peace initiatives that aim to provide opportunities to address the eastern Ukraine situation.
Poroshenko congratulated Stubb on his appointment as Finnish prime minister and extended an invitation to visit Ukraine, Ukrinform reports.
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