The Government has made changes to the prospective plans for the formation of the territories of hromadas of the Odesa and Kharkiv Oblasts. From now on, these hromadas will have grounds for moving to direct interbudgetary relations with the state budget, announced Hennadii Zubko, Vice Prime Minister – Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Communal Services, commenting on the adoption of relevant regulations of the Cabinet of Ministers.
“Hromadas will be able to independently provide the appropriate level of service provision: in the field of education, culture, healthcare, social protection, housing and communal services. Adoption of the resolution will allow fulfillment of the Government's obligations to hromadas, with regard to their financial support, personnel resources and infrastructure development,” noted Hennadii Zubko.
According to him, the perspective plan for the formation of the territories of hromadas of the Odesa Oblast, specifies the composition of the Znamyanska, Avanhardivska and Dalnytska hromadas, and is supplemented by the Berezivska, Starokozatska, Shabivska, Mayakivska, Yaskivska, Tsebrykivska, Vylkivska, Kuyalnytska and Lymanska hromadas. Besides, the Serhiyivska and Viktorivska AHs are revoked from the long-term plan, as these hromadas became part of the newly formed Berezivska and Shabivska AHs.
The perspective plan for the formation of the territories of hromadas of the Kharkiv Oblast, specifies the composition of the Derhachivska, Oskilska and Izyumska AHs. The perspective plan is also supplemented by the Malodanylivka AH, the local council of which made the decision to amalgamate and announced the first local elections.
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