Kiev is interested in using the experience of the Israeli capital in attracting hi tech and carrying out technological projects. This was announced by Kiev mayor Vitaly Klichko in Israel during a meeting with Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat, Glavkom reports.
“We have already started to introduce the “smart city” management system in Kiev. One of the places I learned about this technology was in Israel, when I was here one and a half years ago. Now we are also interested in your experience in attracting hi-tech companies and creating conditions for them to work successfully,” said Klichko.
As Nir Barkat says, last year Jerusalem was one of the most attractive cities in the world for attracting companies specializing in the development of hi-tech, as the state created favorable work conditions for these companies, including taxation privileges.
Klichko invited Barkat to visit Kiev.