Ukrainians tell Lithuanian businesses not to worry about martial law

Ukrainian business representatives say Lithuanian businesses operating in Ukraine should not worry, at least not yet, about the martial law introduced in the country, accordging to the business daily Verslo Zinios reported on Thursday writes LETA/BNS.

Officials at Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts say they have been in contact with Sergey Prokhorov, first vice president of the Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, and Petro Kraisvitny of the Poltava region.

The Ukrainians are convinced that the 30-day period of martial law introduced in some Ukrainian regions will not have a major impact on business operations.

The martial law was introduced after Russia last Sunday fired on and seized three Ukrainian vessels and their crews.

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