Ukraine –United States Trade and Investment Council
After Ukraine’s accession to the World Trade Organization in 2008, Ukraine and the United States signed the United States-Ukraine Trade and Investment Cooperation Agreement (TICA) in the same year. The TICA established the Trade and Investment Council as the primary intergovernmental mechanism to deepen the bilateral trade and investment relationship between the countries.
The Ukraine-U.S. Trade and Investment Council provides a forum for discussing ways to increase commercial opportunities and to reduce impediments to trade.
The seventh meeting of the TIC was held in Kyiv, in October 2017.
The next TIC meeting is planned to be held in Washington, DC in 2018.
(Joint Statement on the United States-Ukraine Trade and Investment Council: https://ustr.gov/about-us/policy-offices/press-office/press-releases/2017/october/joint-statement-united-states).