President forms working group on innovative economic development.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has formed a working group on innovative economic development which will function as a communication platform.

The relevant order No. 521/2021-rp was published on the website of the President's Office.

"To form a working group on innovative economic development ... and to approve its membership," the document reads.

It is noted that the working group is formed to create a communication platform to discuss and draft proposals to accelerate innovative economic development.

The President instructed the working group to submit proposals on: priority measures for the development of digital transformation of the economy, introduction of technological innovations in production processes, areas of implementation of innovative projects for activization of the most promising spheres of economic activity, introduction of the newest approaches and standards of fulfillment of activity in the corresponding spheres, creation of conditions for the implementation of priority innovation projects and development of technology companies.

According to the document, the working group consists of 14 people. The President appointed Andriy Yermak, the Head of the President's Office, as the head of this working group.

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