The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, jointly with international partners and experts, has drafted a bill on new conditions for the sale of state assets, those being not of strategic importance and currently inefficiently used, and plans to submit it for consideration by the National Reforms Council under the President of Ukraine, and aftermath to the Parliament. Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman announced at a Government meeting on Tuesday.
"Today we will consider a draft law on privatization, that we will direct to the Council of Reforms for consideration by the President, and then to the Parliament. This law provides transparent and competitive rules for the sale of property that is used inefficiently", said Volodymyr Groysman.
He added that it is not just about encouraging new owners to enterprises. "This will enable the country to openly leverage investment, which means work, salary, taxes and reinvestment in people's lives", the Head of Government underscored.