The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, within the framework of the policy of improving business in the country, regularly conducts verifications of regulatory and normative documents that restrain business activity, as well as regularly abolishes and changes the existing requirements, including those of the Soviet times. Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman said on opening the Government's sitting. Today, March 6, it was dedicated to the issues of deregulation and became the eighth in a series of deregulation meetings. Thus, according to the decision of the Government, several dozen norms and standards were canceled and changed. Among them is the abolition of a book of complaints and proposals, the abolition of a number of licenses and restrictions, the introduction of clear criteria for risk assessment.
"Every quarter or two, on a systematic basis, we carry out the verification of all regulations, still we can find the normative documents of the Ukrainian SSR and other decisions that complicated life. What system did we have before? While planning to start a business, one was already violating something. We have embarked on introduction of smart regulations", said Volodymyr Groysman.
The PM reminded that simultaneously with the abolition of unnecessary regulations there is taking place a change in the system of control and supervision. From now on, the controlling bodies come to any enterprise having clear objectives and check-lists.
"In general, we either changed or annulled more than 1200 documents. All of those constituted an industrial machine that allowed to overtax businesses, to create conditions for suppressing business. In such a way the state apparatus had been working. We are destroying such an approach", added Volodymyr Groysman.