EU allocates Ukraine €10 million for reform of state administration

The European Union allocated Ukraine the first tranche amounting to €10 million in the context of the EU program to “support a thorough reform of the state administration in Ukraine”, the press service of the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers reported.

The European partners noted that they highly appreciate the government’s efforts to reform the state administration, and noted the presence of a political will to implement these changes,” the report states.

The report notes that at the government session on April 26, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman announced massive reforms of the state service, including radical reformation of the Cabinet of Ministers.

In November 216, the EU transferred three tranches to Ukraine amounting to €54 million, to support the reform in the area of decentralization, transport and technological standardization in Ukraine.

In April 2017, the EU allocated Ukraine a second tranche of macro-financial aid amounting to €600 million.

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