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  • Working group considers draft law on principles of Ukraine's recovery: Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development

    Work continues on the draft law "On the Principles of Reconstruction of Ukraine" with the involvement of a wide range of stakeholders. The updated text of the document was presented during a meeting of the working group.

    "We have been working on this draft law with the involvement of a wide range of experts and representatives of the public. Today, it takes into account the experience of recovery in war conditions, as well as all important and relevant aspects of project implementation at the international, national, regional and local levels. After the working group's approval, we are ready to present the document first in the framework of public consultations, and then in the Parliament," said Oleksandr Kubrakov, Deputy Prime Minister for Restoration of Ukraine, Minister for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine.

    The main goal of the draft law is to ensure effective, transparent and accountable restoration of Ukraine in order to ensure sustainable economic growth and reduce human suffering and damage caused by armed aggression. The draft law will strengthen public control over the recovery process and stimulate international cooperation, both at the state level and at the level of communities and regions.

    In particular, the document defines the concept of recovery, approves its key principles and specifics, the list of objects and subjects of recovery, as well as sources of funding. In addition, the bill enshrines the mandatory use of the state Digital Restoration Ecosystem for Accountable Management (DREAM), which ensures transparency and accountability of restoration projects at every stage of their implementation.

    Within 10 days, the working group members will consider the updated text of the draft law and provide their suggestions and comments. Once approved by the working group, the revised text of the draft law will be submitted for public consultation.