On April 1, Special Representative for Economic Recovery of Ukraine, Penny Pricker, made her way to Chisinau, Moldova. During her visit, she met with President Maja Sandu and Prime Minister Dorin Recean, as well as private sector representatives to discuss the potential benefits of US-Moldova cooperation on Ukraine’s economic recovery and regional economic integration. The group also discussed Moldova’s role as a launching pad for Ukraine’s recovery that could benefit both countries.

The following day in Lviv, Ukraine, Special Representative Pritzker focused on the thriving IT sector and ways to foster innovation and entrepreneurship to strengthen economic ties. She highlighted the importance of community-driven recovery efforts across the country by meeting with Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovi, tech entrepreneurs and business representatives.

On April 3rd, Pricker will travel to Bucharest, Romania where she will meet with Prime Minister Marcelo Colaku, government ministers and private sector leaders. The discussions will revolve around Romania’s contribution to regional cooperation including emergency energy assistance to Ukraine and the long-term benefits of infrastructure investment for both Romania and Ukraine. Additionally she will visit the RomExpo Refugee Center where she will talk to Ukrainian refugees about their experiences and the role they will play in Ukraine’s recovery.

By Samantha Johnson

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