The main problem of Ukraine is that it is being intensively turned into an agrarian and raw materials appendix of Europe. Therefore, there’s no reason to invest in the Ukrainian agricultural industry. It is uninteresting to invest in agricultural or raw materials production, there is no added value, there is no profit, there are no earnings.
Even three quarters of a century after the end of the WWII, Japan and Germany have not regained full sovereignty and this fact remains the most important geopolitical consequence of the war. Formally, Germany is independent, as a member of the UN, a key country in the European Union. But at the same time, it remains a geopolitically inferior state – the American, Anglo-Saxon, NATO control over them makes the economic giant Germany an international munchkin. Germany still remains in the same place where it was on May 9, 1945 – in captivity.
Recurring pro-Kremlin narrative on WWII and the "loss of sovereignty". European countries are often presented as a “vassals" of the United States. This narrative includes a message that the US manipulates its European allies in order to carry out anti-Russian policies. See similar disinformation cases alleging that Ukraine is ruled by foreigners, the Baltic states are not really countries, and the EU is directed by Washington.