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Ukrainian-Israeli cooperation in the sphere of science and technology (1991-2013)


  • O. Novytska


During 1991-2013 the Ukrainian-Israeli relations have been developing at varied speed, sometimes gaining momentum, sometimes slowing down. For this there are a number of objective and subjective reasons. However, a numerous (over 360 thousand) community of former citizens of the Soviet Union or independent Ukrainian state, considerable R&D potential of both countries and a lot of common interests and problems make a good basis for more active interaction of our countries in such spheres as renewable energy, agriculture, environmental protection, medicine. The article researches the history of bilateral relations in science and technology, development of their legal base as well as discusses possible steps towards their stimulation.

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  • O. Novytska, 2013. "Ukrainian-Israeli cooperation in the sphere of science and technology (1991-2013)," Economy and Forecasting, Valeriy Heyets, issue 3, pages 145-151.
  • Handle: RePEc:eip:journl:y:2013:i:3:p:145-151

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