Ukraine to synchronize regulatory norms with EU and New Silk Road countries

Source : 112 Ukraine

Our task is to change the structure of the national economy. We intend to continue the further reforms that will fasten our economic growth
12:21, 28 November 2017

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Volodymyr Groysman, the Prime Minister of Ukraine claimed that Ukraine intends to synchronize the regulatory norms with the legislation of the EU and the countries-member of New Silk Road project. He claimed this during his speech in Georgia broadcasted by 112 Ukraine.

'I want to emphasize that we will concentrate on the correspondence of the Ukrainian regulation to the high world standards. Our task is the quality deregulation, complete synchronization of our norms with the participants of the New Silk Road', Groysman claimed.

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The Prime Minister added that Ukraine also aims to improve the infrastructure to improve the transfer of the products and freights through its territory.

'We will continue to do everything possible to improve our potential possibilities and geographical arrangement. It is also worthy to note that 6 international corridors pass through Ukraine to make our infrastructure be ready for the increase of the transfer of the products and freights', he claimed.

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Groysman noted that the current aim is to change the structure of the Ukrainian economy.

'We will continue to integrate into the global economy and international trade. Moreover, almost all sectors of the national economy show the growth. We are in TOP-10 exporters of the agricultural products in the world and at many points, we take the leading and base places. We are number one in the export of the sunflower oil in the world, number seven on the poultry and we are in TOP-5 on grain. But our task is to change the structure of the national economy. We intend to continue the further reforms that will fasten our economic growth', Groysman claimed.

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Ukraine launched the experimental train on Silk Road bypassing Russia. It started its way from Chornomorsk Port on the route Ukraine-Georgia-Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan-China. The train consists of 20 freight cars and it will allow delivering the freight in 11-12 days.

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