The Council of Europe member states are interested in the Ukrainian decentralisation experience

On April, 15 there was the 13-th meeting of the European committee on democracy and governance, during which the Ministry of Development of Communities and Territories of Ukraine highlighted the current decentralization condition in terms of the whole territorial power arrangement implementation results in Ukraine, local self-government and further plans.

Vyacheslav Nehoda, Deputy Minister of Development of Communities and Territories of Ukraine, made a report, emphasizing that its decentralization success Ukraine owed to The Council of Europe, having been permanently supporting our state. According to Vyacheslav Nehoda, such a support has also influenced the reform outcomes considerably.

15.04.2021 - 15:49 | Views: 1415
The Council of Europe member states are interested in the Ukrainian decentralisation experience

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