First Deputy Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Utilities of Ukraine Vyacheslav Nehoda said this during a round table on the prospects for further development of the Ukrainian Carpathians, which took place in Uzhhorod on August 12, the Decentralization portal reported.
"In a month we plan to submit to the government a draft state program for the development of the Ukrainian Carpathian region for 2020-2022," he said.
The first deputy minister added that the Government approved the Concept for the Development of Mountain Territories of the Ukrainian Carpathians in April 2019.
"While developing this concept, we used the best European experience - Austria, Slovenia, France, Sweden, Italy, and Spain. The future state program will be based on most of our developments," he said.
As reported, on July 22, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky signed the Decree "On the Development of the Carpathian Region of Ukraine". The document is aimed at promoting social and economic development, increasing investment attractiveness, developing recreational, tourism and ethnocultural potential of the Carpathian region.
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