Israel will be able to ratify the Free Trade Agreement with Ukraine after the parliamentary elections, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at the briefing with President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.
“We need to work on a free trade agreement immediately. When elections to our parliament are held, we will be able to ratify it as we expand it, including in the services sector. Second, special centers of high-tech development need to be opened in both Kyiv and Jerusalem. That way, we will share technology and involve Ukrainians in our high-tech industry”, Netanyahu said.
Before that, in his speech, Volodymyr Zelensky called on the Prime Minister of Israel to ratify the Free Trade Area Agreement and said that during the negotiations he had agreed with Netanyahu to extend this document to not only goods but also services.