"This meeting is very important for us. The Audit Chamber has set a course for reforms since March of this year and actively uses the experience of the Supreme Audit Office of Poland," Patskan said at the meeting, the press service of the Audit Chamber reports.
He noted that both sides planned to conduct international audits in various fields, particularly, in the area of social policy and protection of rights and freedoms of citizens.
In turn, Krzysztof Kwiatkowski said that the highest audit bodies of Ukraine and Poland had been already cooperating very closely and praised the changes in the work of the Ukrainian audit chamber.
Pursuant to the Lviv declaration, the parties agreed to continue and develop friendly bilateral cooperation, exchange experience in the audit field and support each other in the process of improving the independent state audit.
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