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Zelensky, World Bank discussed reforms planned in Ukraine

The Bank delegation led by President David Malpass visited Kyiv
18:50, 24 August 2019
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky
Ukraine's Presidental Administration
 
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky met with a World Bank delegation led by organization president David Malpass on August 23. This was reported by the press service of the head of state.

In particular, Zelensky thanked the delegation for the support of Ukraine and informed about the steps planned in reforming the country.

“Our key tasks are not just to fight corruption, but to defeat it,” the Ukrainian leader emphasized.

At the meeting, Zelensky noted that the newly created Anti-Corruption Court would begin its work on September 5. The head of the state also stressed the importance of adopting land reform, infrastructure development and public-private partnerships.
 
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"The President expressed hope for continued financial support and technical assistance from the World Bank in the course of reforms in Ukraine," the statement said.

In addition, Zelensky invited representatives of the World Bank to the investment forum, which will be held in Mariupol.

Earlier, the Presidential Office announced the lifting of the moratorium on the sale of land until the end of 2019. Deputy Chairman of the Office Oleksiy Honcharuk said that discussions are ongoing regarding the3 model for opening of the land market.
 
 
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