US mission to reform Ukrainian Customs Service completes its work, - Groysman
Mission specialists presented preliminary report, and are to provide detailed road map for reforms in Customs in August 2016
Experts of the US mission to assess needs in relation to the reform of the Customs Service presented a preliminary report on the results of their work on July 11. Their work is completed in Ukraine and now the will return in the US to analyze the collected data and prepare a road map for the full-scale reform of the customs service in Ukraine.
The Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman wrote this on Facebook.
According to him, the road map will be presented in August and Ukraine’s government will implement it after the approval.
"I can say it is a professional work, which will help to overcome the vulnerability of our customs to corruption. I fully agree with the words spoken by US customs officials at today's meeting that it is impossible to ensure the stable economic growth without reforming customs ", Groysman wrote.
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