G7 ambassadors welcome adoption of law on land market in Ukraine.

The ambassadors of the G7 countries in Ukraine have welcomed the adoption by the Verkhovna Rada of the law to launch a land market in Ukraine.

“We welcome the passage of legislation to launch a land market in Ukraine. This is an important first step in achieving a critical reform that governments have pursued for decades,” the ambassadors said in a statement posted on their Twitter account.

Also, the G7 ambassadors welcomed the steps taken by the Ukrainian government to reform the banking sector.

“We also congratulate Ukraine on its step forward on banking sector reform and look forward to its final adoption, which will strengthen Ukraine's financial sector and allow cooperation with international financial institutions. We commend President Zelensky and MPs from various political groups who worked together last night to overcome political differences for the benefit of Ukraine,” the ambassadors said.

As reported, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine early on March 31 adopted the Law of Ukraine "On Amendments to Some Legislative Acts of Ukraine on the Circulation of Agricultural Land". A total of 259 MPs voted for the adoption of the corresponding bill, No.2178-10.


Related news

Ex-president Kravchuk estimates compensation for Ukraine's nuclear weapons at US$250 bln.

No negotiations were held with the United States on the compensation.

Hong Kong activist urges Canada, others to speak out against China security bill.

Emily Lau warns that people from Hong Kong face a grim future as China dismantles its democracy.

Canada in ‘good position’ for Security Council seat amid Chinese threats: ambassador.

Marc-Andre Blanchard wouldn't say whether Chinese anger over the Meng Wanzhou case could impact Canada's bid for a rotating seat on the UN Security Council.

1 1

Trump wants G7 summit delayed, says group needs new members.

The G7 members are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

1 735

U.S. move to end trading privileges for Hong Kong ‘doomed to fail,’ China says

The mouthpiece of China's ruling Communist Party said U.S. moves to end some trading privileges for Hong Kong ``grossly interfere'' in China's internal affairs and are ``doomed to fail.''

2 60

By continuing to browse World News (UAZMI), you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Use and agree to the use of cookies