– 17:30 / 17 October 2023
REBUILDING MINING IN UKRAINE
In recent years, Ukraine has been exploring the potential for a critical raw materials alliance with European markets to secure its supply of these materials and increase its economic growth. To achieve this, Ukraine is promoting cooperation and collaboration between its critical raw materials stakeholders and European partners, and creating a favourable policy and regulatory environment for this alliance. The country is also investing in new technologies and innovation for critical raw materials production and processing, addressing the challenges of critical raw materials supply chain management, and exploring opportunities for critical raw materials recycling and secondary recovery. The war with Russia prevents Ukraine to develop its critical materials potential and build sustainable supply to the international markets. Additionally, there is a need to address the environmental and social impacts of the extraction of critical raw materials. Despite these challenges, the potential for a critical raw materials alliance between Ukraine and European markets is significant. It can help Ukraine to increase its economic growth by providing European countries with a secure and sustainable source of these materials.
- Assessing the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war on mining development opportunities in Ukraine.
- Strategies for overcoming the challenges of mining in a post-conflict environment in Ukraine.
- Rebuilding and modernising mining infrastructure in Ukraine post-Russia war.
- Exploring the potential for a critical raw materials alliance between Ukraine and European markets.
- Promoting transparency and responsible sourcing of critical raw materials in the alliance between Ukraine and European markets.
- Developing new technologies and innovation for critical raw materials production and processing in Ukraine.
- Investment opportunities in the critical raw materials sector in Ukraine.