We proposed mechanism of guaranteed state support to AHs, - Hennadii Zubko

We legislatively regulate the methodology for calculating the amount of subvention for the infrastructure formation in amalgamated hromadas. This involves guaranteeing the minimum amount of state financial support to AHs, creating conditions for ensuring equal distribution of subventions between AHs established in different years, which will enable hromadas to effectively plan their development, announced Hennadii Zubko, Vice Prime Minister – Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine, commenting on the Government's approval of the draft law on state financial support of the voluntary amalgamation of hromadas of villages, rural settlements, and cities.

“According to the draft law, the state will provide financial support for the voluntary amalgamation of hromadas by providing AHs with a subvention for a period of five years, starting from the year following amalgamation. These innovations will contribute to improving the quality of service delivery, establishment of ASCs, reconstruction of social facilities, schools, kindergartens, infrastructure, implementation of energy efficient measures, etc.” said Hennadii Zubko.

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We proposed mechanism of guaranteed state support to AHs, - Hennadii Zubko

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