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Ukraine plans to invest UAH 33.9 billion in the development of the aviation industry by 2030, said Adviser to the Minister of Infrastructure Oleksandr Griban during the forum “Large Construction: Aviation and Tourism”, which took place on November 25, 2021 at Boryspil International Airport.

At the same time, he emphasized that the comprehensive state support for the development of the aviation industry involves the implementation of economic policy for 2022-2024 and a targeted scientific and technical program for the development of the aviation industry for 2021-2030.

“The total amount of financing of the state civil scientific and technical program for the development of the aviation industry until 2030 is almost UAH 33.9 billion. Including more than UAH 18 billion – from the state budget and almost UAH 15.9 billion from the own funds of enterprises and other sources. “, – said Griban.

The adviser to the Minister of Infrastructure explained that the measures envisaged are support for the cargo aircraft industry and the creation of a European hub for the modernization and repair of aircraft using the system of converting passenger aircraft into cargo aircraft.

He also noted that Ukraine is one of seven states that have a complete closed cycle of aviation production – about 40 enterprises of the aviation industry work in the country.

“Over the past 10 years, these enterprises have generated more than $ 12 billion in gross income. About $ 3 billion in taxes have been paid from them to the state budget,” he summed up.

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