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Ukraine's Prime Minister suggests ban bonus payments for state companies employees

According to Volodymyr Groysman, the employees of the state companies have a high salary and are obligated to take into account the actual economic situation in the country
16:46, 18 July 2018

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Volodymyr Groysman, Ukraine’s PM, suggests banning the payment of bonuses and rewards to the employees of the state companies. He said it at the Government’s session, as 112.ua reports.

“I suggest to ban the bonus payment, I mean bonuses and rewards, to the employees of the state companies,” the PM stated.

He noted that the employees of the state companies have a high salary and are obligated to take into account the actual economic situation in the country.

Due to this, the PM ordered to prepare a draft decision within three days and pass it for his signature.

Related: Ukraine’s Naftogaz is ready to settle new dispute with Gazprom

Earlier, Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine, said the countries of the European Union and the U.S. support the position of Ukraine against the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline and preservation of the role of Ukraine in the gas transit.

He reminded that the Stockholm Arbitration Court satisfied the demands of the 'Naftogaz' in the lawsuit to 'Gazprom' and got a $4,63 billion compensation for the transit gas that had been agreed on but not delivered by Gazprom.

'It is possible to defend against Russia only by the united and effective actions of the world. According to my deep conviction, there is no alternative,' Poroshenko added.

Related: Groysman forbids ministers to talk to Russia's representatives without Foreign Ministry consent

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