12 regions have perspective plans of hromadas formation, covering the whole territory approved by the Government

Perspective plans of forming hromada territories in Vinnytsia, Donetsk, Cherkasy and Chernivtsy regions were approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on May, 6.

The documents were developed according to the Methods of Forming Capable Hromadas, covering the whole territory of the regions.

Thus, in the Vinnytsia region there will be 63 capable (amalgamated) hromadas, in the Donetsk region – 66, in the Cherkasy region – 67, in the Chernivtsi region – 52 ones.

You can get acquainted with the documents at the Government portal after their publication.

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12 regions have perspective plans of hromadas formation, covering the whole territory approved by the Government

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