Thanks to decentralisation there has emerged a mutual interest of the authorities and business, - Denys Shmyhal

During the Ukraine 30. Decentralisation All-Ukrainian Forum, Prime-Minister Denys Shmyhal emphasized support of the decentralization reform by both the Ukrainian society and international partners. According to the Prime-Minister, Ukraine has shifted away from the soviet system of administrative and territorial arrangement, having turned to the pattern, envisaged by the European Charter of Local Self-Government.

«Alongside with the resources, obtained by municipalities, they have become responsible for their development and success. From now on the local authorities have all the necessary tools and opportunities to solve issues locally. At the same time citizens’ influence on decision making», — claimed Denys Shmyhal.

 

28.07.2021 - 12:20 | Views: 592
Thanks to decentralisation there has emerged a mutual interest of the authorities and business, - Denys Shmyhal

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