Prime Minister of Ukraine Vladimir Groisman said that the government would protect the Estonian investor Marcel Wichmann, who is building a waterfront resort in Zatoka, the Odessa region.
Speaking at the 1+1 TV Channel, the Prime Minister said: "It is our job and we do it because if the Ukrainian and international business wants to invest in Ukraine, my task as a prime minister is to make this investment successful."
According to Groisman, the support office will be created by the end of the month, and such investment cases, as in Zatoka, will be in sight of this office.
Prime Minister believes that in the Zatoka case, the police worked effectively, detaining all those who pressed the investor, and the court ruled to leave them behind bars.
Prime Minister said: "I did not like those shaved "broilers" who attempt to replace the law. Athletes should exercise, not to engage in activities to block the government. It is a challenge for all the judicial system.
"I spoke with the Minister Avakov, with the head of the National Police Dekanoidze. This is one of the priorities - we will not be intolerant towards robberies, thefts, racketeering," assured Vladimir Groisman.