Today Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman held a telephone conversation with Vice President of the United States Joe Biden.
The interlocutors discussed the progress of reforms in Ukraine and coordinated future cooperation to get necessary assistance and support from the United States.
During the talk the top officials focused on the launch of an e-asset declaration system, as well as the public administration reform, a key element of which is a competitive selection of state secretaries.
Dwelling on the reforms in Ukraine, the Prime Minister drew attention to the start of the privatization program for state-owned enterprises, in particular the second phase of the privatization of Odessa Portside Plant.
Volodymyr Groysman informed the Vice President on measures to revive the national economy and the process of de-shadowing of it, mentioning the Government's decision to double the minimum wage in Ukraine.
Joe Biden noted positive results of Government activities for the first six months of work and assured of the U.S. Administration’s continued support.