Stand with Ukraine NOW
On 24 February 2022, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, breaking all international agreements, laws, and regulations. The war touched everyone, military forces, and civilians, whole families. Russian troops are bombing military facilities, civilian areas, and objects (residential buildings, hospitals, kindergartens, etc.)
The international community is open to supporting all Ukrainians in this horrible time. The list of trusted charity funds and organizations supporting Ukraine Now.
INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGNS IN SUPPORT OF UKRAINE
🇺🇦 Invest in Projects is a strategic and organizing partner of the session dedicated to Ukraine as a future case of building back better.
On June 1st, during the European ESG Forum hosted by Property Forum in Warsaw, Ukrainian real estate leaders discussed the future of Ukraine as a successful case of rebuilding around the principles of ESG. They explained the situation in Ukraine and shared their experience of refocusing the business for the country’s and its citizens’ sake.
Speakers of the session:
- Riccardo Marini, Founder, Marini Urbanismo;
- Julia Dvorakovska, CEO, CBM Forum;
- Yuriy Kryvosheya, Managing Partner & President, PJSC Toronto-Kyiv;
- Anna Nestulia, Principal, Invest in Projects;
- Nicholas Tymoschuk, CEO, UFuture.
🇺🇦 On April 8th Anna Nestulia spoke at the Bratislava Property Forum hosted by Property Forum
During the speech Anna addressed the audience, emphasizing that “companies are getting used to the war in #Ukraine, sometimes calling and treating it as a local conflict between two countries. We ask you not to tolerate the Russian actions and war it launched in Ukraine. It is not a local conflict. Ukrainian soldiers fight for the whole of Europe now. Ukrainians pay the highest possible price. Just take it and be ready to share it”.
🇺🇦 On March 16th International business community and mayors of European cities joined the Stand with Ukraine campaign at MIPIM – read more
This year, a Ukrainian delegation was set to attend MIPIM with a diverse range of projects from Kyiv, Lviv, Ivano-Frakivsk, Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, and Lutsk. Over 100 real estate players planned to attend the event, including Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko and representatives of key government ministries. Due to the Russian invasion of the country, the Ukrainian real estate community cannot attend MIPIM this year.
With the support of MIPIM and local partners, we invited the international business community to attend an event dedicated to Ukraine.
Among the speakers: Remigijus Šimašius, Mayor of Vilnius; Jacek Jaśkowiak, Mayor of Poznan; Martins Stakis, Mayor of Riga; Wolfgang Gomernik, CEO of DELTA (Austrian company operating in Ukraine), and many others.
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