The event was attended by Dmitry Sheryako, Minister of Economic Development of the Republic of Crimea, Svetlana Luzhetskaya, Commissioner for the Protection of the Rights of Entrepreneurs in the Republic of Crimea, representatives of business communities, heads of entrepreneurship support institutions.
Irina Kiviko called on representatives of the business community to cooperate and the need, together with the Government of Crimea, to combine efforts to support the economy, to respond promptly to the changes taking place, to act actively, efficiently, without failures, to carry out all necessary measures.
"Due to the introduction of new restrictions by Western countries, there is a need for an active dialogue with business entities. The Government of Crimea is ready to listen to your proposals to strengthen and support production, the economy, and the preservation of jobs. Small and medium-sized enterprises of the northern Crimea require close attention," Irina Kiviko said.
The Deputy Prime Minister stressed that the Government of the Republic of Crimea
is ready to consider and adopt concrete proposals for the development of all areas of economic activity, the use of the capacities of local enterprises and the development of industrial innovations.
The participants of the event agreed to jointly work out proposals for the development and support of the economic potential of the republic, as well as meetings with business entities to draw up the necessary plans