The bills passed by Parliament today were designed to strengthen Ukraine both internally and externally. Prime Minister of Ukraine Oleksiy Honcharuk announced.
"Today, the Verkhovna Rada approved important security and economic initiatives, in particular, the so-called "split" law, which should reduce the number of regulators and controlling authorities in non-banking financial services markets", the Prime Minister of Ukraine commented.
According to him, this bill is critical as the level of regulation of permitting procedures increases the cost of providing financial services to consumers.
"The real step of Ukraine towards the European Union is the adoption of a bill that regulates the implementation of a common procedure for the transit of goods through the customs territory of Ukraine, regulates customs formalities and other peculiarities of the implementation of operations of a common transit regime. This is the Law "On the regime of joint transit and introduction of the national electronic transit system", explained the Prime Minister.
In addition, the issue of customs clearance of cars with foreign registration is now also regulated by another bill that saw approval.
"Moreover, the Council also adopted a law on directing auto-fines to the Road Fund, which will ensure proper financing of works on construction, reconstruction, repair and maintenance of highways", said Oleksiy Honcharuk.
It’s worth reminding that today, on September 12, the Verkhovna Rada adopted the following laws as a basis and as a whole: "On the regime of joint transit and introduction of the national electronic transit system" (No. 1082); "On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine regarding deferral of penalties for violation of the procedure of importing vehicles into the customs territory of Ukraine" (No. 1030); "On amendments to the Budget Code of Ukraine regarding the sources of financing the State Road Fund" (No. 1063); "On amendments to certain legislative acts regarding improving functions of state regulation of financial services markets" (1069-2).