Mobile ASC started work in Ustyluzka AH

A mobile Administrative Service Centre established through the partnership with the U-LEAD with Europe Programme started working in the Ustyluzka urban AH of the Volyn Oblast. The mobile ASC will provide 80 services, and another 49 ones will be provided through the stationary ASC.

Almost 8,000 residents of 25 settlements will receive quality administrative services near their homes. Four routes of the mobile Centre with daily trips have been approved.

 

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Волинська область

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