On September 2nd, the second part of the 21st information event on government consultation, organised by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK), took place. After Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia and Georgia had been in the focus on Tuesday, Belarus, Uzbekistan and Kosovo were this time on the agenda.
On August 30, the first part of the 21st information event on government consultancy at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) with the German Economic Team took place. The focus was on Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and Armenia. The event was moderated by Mrs. Yildiz Götze, Head of Unit at the Federal Ministry. Dr Andreas Nicolin, Head of Subdivision for the promotion of foreign trade, held the opening remarks.
From July 5th to 7th, the German-Kosovar Economic Forum took place in Pristina. The German Economic Team also participated in the event, which was organised by the Kosovar-German Economic Association and the Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations.
The Ukraine war and the sanctions imposed on Russia have a wide range of economic impacts. Particularly affected are countries that have close economic ties with Ukraine and Russia. Russia itself is experiencing a significant drop in GDP.
The Ukrainian banking sector has so far shown remarkable resilience to the consequences of the war. What are the reasons for this, will the sector remain stable in the future and how can stability be secured and expanded?
On April 6th, the German Economic Team participated in a conference on the economic development of the Western Balkan countries. The event was organised by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Kosovar-German Business Association.
About the German Economic Team
The German Economic Team is financed by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action. Berlin Economics is commissioned with the project implementation.
*Advisory activities in Belarus have been suspended.