Prime Minister Shmyhal met in Kyiv with the Italian Ambassador to Ukraine, Davide La Cecilia. A delegation of Italian entrepreneurs to take stock of the economic relations between the two countries when, with the "Phase 2" of the Covid-19 pandemic, economic activities resumed. "Italy is one of Ukraine's first trading partners at a global and European level, and we have been aiming to increase investment and economic cooperation for some time," said Ambassador La Cecilia. "The restart will take place with a communication strategy and a series of important financial instruments, as illustrated by the Prime Minister - added the Ambassador - to develop the internationalization of our companies and their consolidation on this market, with particular attention to the fabric of SMEs that represent, both in Italy and Ukraine, a large part of the productive fabric. With the Prime Minister - continued La Cecilia - we have confirmed that the sectors on which to focus are agribusiness, infrastructure, energy, digital and space (to the latter, among other things, is an event connected to the Italian Research Day in the world will be dedicated at the end of May)''. With Shmyhal, who illustrated the measures adopted by the Government to face the crisis, we agreed to intensify collaboration in all these sectors to return to growth. This emergency has put us to the challenge. Still, it is also teaching us a lot: we need to team up and be ready to run faster than before," concluded the Ambassador.