Lawyer of Law Firm “Sofiya” Mr.Navrotskiy taking part the educational program, which has just started in Norway.



Lawyer of LF “Sofiya” D.Navrotskiy is participating at the educational program, which has started in Norway.

Business educational program «Young EntrepreneursNorwegian-Ukrainian Business Development» organized by Norwegian-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce (NUCC) has started. The program consists of 3 stages: first will be at Bodo (Norway), another in Oslo (Norway), where participants take part at the conference “Possibilities and limitations for Norwegian businesses under the EFTA-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement” and the third will take place in Kyiv and Lviv.

The aim of the program is developing economic and democratic cooperation among Ukrainian and Norwegian business. 

LF “Sofiya” participation at the program became possible due to the strategies have been proposed to the NUCC, which is based on experience of LF “Sofiya” in food law. The strategy precedes legal support for Ukrainian and Norwegian business at the sphere of export-import law, food safety law, investment law, as well as proposal of legal approximation and legal drafting.

Norwegian-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established by and for Norwegian and Ukrainian companies to support business cooperation among countries. 

 



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