New system of district formation in Ukraine needs improvement - Nemchinov.

The new system of district formation in Ukraine needs improvement, but at the same time, it opens the way to a new administrative-territorial structure of the state.

Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Oleh Nemchinov stated this in his video address, which he shared on Facebook.

"From now on, there will be 1,470 communities and 136 districts in Ukraine. Of course, there are no perfect systems and this system will need some generalization and improvement, but this is the way to a new page in Ukrainian history with a new administrative-territorial structure," Nemchinov said.

He has also added that "the new system of district formation in Ukraine is a new challenge for the civil service and local authorities, but they will cope with it".

As reported, the Verkhovna Rada on July 17 approved a draft resolution on the liquidation of 490 districts and creation of new ones to replace them.

The Cabinet of Ministers at its meeting on June 12 approved draft resolutions on the liquidation of 490 districts and formation of 129 new districts, including 17 districts in the temporary occupied territory of Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

However, the final version of draft resolution No.3650 "On Formation and Liquidation of Districts", additionally agreed by the relevant parliamentary committee, stipulated the formation of 136 new districts.

iy

Related news

Poll: nearly 60% of Ukrainians support EU accession, almost 50% -  joining NATO.

The results represent Ukraine's population, excluding the temporarily occupied areas.

ANALYSIS: Historic change is at hand with Kamala Harris as VP nominee.

A lot can happen between now and November, but Eric Sorensen says that the Biden-Harris ticket may be the first to put a woman in the White House.

Ukrainian political parties: fresh ratings

Five political forces would have made it to Parliament had snap elections been held this July.

1 8

U.A.E. and Israel agree to full diplomatic ties, Donald Trump says

The announcement makes the UAE the first Gulf Arab state to do so and only the third Arab nation to have active diplomatic ties to Israel.

Wider use of Russian language could be allowed in Donbas – Kravchuk.

At the same time, granting Russian language a "state status" is off the table, Ukraine's chief settlement negotiator adds.

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