The National Investment Council stressed that it is important not only to find investors but to create "ecosystem that is able to produce large investment projects," UNIAN.
Ukraine in case of reforms implementation can have $3-5bln of investments in 2017, the head of the National Investment Council Boris Lozhkyn posted on his Facebook page.
Head of the National Investment Council said: "I hope that next year the National Investment Council will be able to implement some serious institutional initiatives and attract $3-5bln.
"We have the potential and opportunities for a good start. The successful future of Ukraine is built on the foundation of a strong, competitive economy. The intensive economic growth is impossible without serious inflow of foreign investment, " he added.
Lozhkyn pointed out that the capital raised will provide the necessary increase in GDP to 6,5-9% annually.
"But there is a problem. Ukraine is not ready to propose investment projects that could be invested, for example, $5-10bln," he added.
He also stressed that it is important not only to find investors but to create "ecosystem that is able to produce large investment projects."
Lozhkyn said: "And then you need to change the attitude of investors across the vertical of power. The state has to become a customer-oriented - not only to inform investors about where to invest, but also propose projects and solutions. And, of course, to assist their realization."