November 23, 2018 Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute hosted a lecture “Israeli High-Tech in terms of Economics”. The lecture was given by Eli Urytsky, a business consultant, director and co-founder of U.I.M. (Urbis LTD International Marketing Company). The event was held with the support of the NATO Israeli Cultural Center at the Embassy of the State of Israel in Ukraine, which was represented by its director, Mrs. Ilona Perelman, during the visit. Delegates were greeted by Deputy Dean of the FL Olga Pavlivna Demydenko and Deputy Dean of the FMM Olena Anatoliivna Pidlysna.
Eli Uritsky, the alma mater of who was a Jewish University in Jerusalem, fully and thoroughly told future Ukrainian economists about the milestones of the economic development of Israel, the development of macro-and microeconomics of the country, the history of the Israeli economic miracle, the experience of updating of the banking sphere of the country and modern principles of formation of a consumer basket, etc. After the lecture, there was a lively discussion of relevant issues related to the Israeli experience in implementing anti-crisis measures.
Ilona Perelman, in turn, introduced the students of the University with the plans and activities of the NATO Institute of Israel's Cultural Center at the Embassy of the State of Israel in Ukraine and continued its interaction with the representatives of Ukrainian-Israeli educational and informational center of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute.