At the meeting, he outlined priority steps that need to be implemented in Ukraine to improve the business climate.
"This format of external regional meetings of the National Reform Council or meetings of our deputies, or government meetings in the regions of Ukraine means that the reforms are not taking place on Bankova Street, in the Verkhovna Rada or in the Cabinet of Ministers. As first of all, they are intended for people. That is why I am very pleased that we have chosen such a regional format,” the president said.
Zelensky said he would like to hold meetings of the National Reform Council in various regions of Ukraine. "People will be involved in our work and understand why and for whom we are doing it," he added.
He also stressed that important bills should be the result of the National Reform Council.
"And then, the most important thing. To vote for this or that law is one thing, and to implement it and really reform our country for the sake of such students, for their future is completely different,” said Zelensky.
According to the Office of the President, participants in the meeting focused on the discussion of three reforms: the State Architectural and Construction Inspectorate, subsoil use and connection of consumers to the power grid.
Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal stressed that the three reforms proposed for consideration are extremely important for improving the economic situation and attracting investment to Ukraine.
"Each of these reforms creates conditions for regional competition, which will help each community to attract investors to its territory," he said.
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