"We taught "to catch the enterprises on a rod", - Vladimir Chaika

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Yesterday, on September 25, in a sessional hall of the Nikolaev city council passed official opening of the All-Ukrainian conference devoted to development of regional philanthropy in Ukraine.

With an opening speech the Nikolaev mayor Vladimir Chaika addressed to participants of conference. The mayor greeted all present and expressed big gratitude to guests from other areas of Ukraine and the international experts from Moscow that they could arrive to Nikolaev.

Vladimir Chaika noted that to guests is what to look in Nikolaev, despite youth of our city.

He suggested to show them places of which nikolayevets are proud: our zoo which is recognized as the best in Ukraine, the reconstructed stadium, and also the new residential district under construction. Nikolayevets and the enterprises are proud. It and Nikolaev aluminous plant, both beer factory "Amber", and shipbuilding plants, and many other things. These enterprises lifted economy of Nikolaev when the state was in an economic crisis, and now they cooperate with partners not only in Ukraine, but also in Russia and other countries.

"Now Nikolaev is open for arrival of investors. We taught "to catch the enterprises on a rod", instead of to give them "ready food", - the mayor declared.

"The mass landing" to Moscow on an exhibition of the enterprises and the organizations, is considered by the mayor, showed that interest of Moscow in cooperation with the Nikolaev enterprises already yields positive result. After an exhibition in Moscow a number of contracts for development both small, and medium business was signed.

"We hope for further development of the Nikolaev business, - V. Chaika declared, - then opportunity will fruitfully cooperate with public organizations, though now the majority of programs which are developed, supported by them the Nikolaev authorities".

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