Roman Waschuk meets withe Prime-Minister of Ukraine

Today, the Business Ombudsman Roman Waschuk met with the Prime-Minister Denys Shmygal to discuss ways to improve Ukraine’s business climate. The meeting was also attended by the Executive Director of UkraneInvest Serhiy Tsivkach. The parties discussed  comparative advantages of different institutions protecting business and investors in providing the greatest possible support for enterprises operating in Ukraine.
In particular, Denys Shmygal and Roman Waschuk paid attention to taking joint measures for adoption of the law “On the Business Ombudsman Institution in Ukraine”. The document shall underpin the Business Ombudsman’s operation at the legislative level, that will promote a more effective pre-trial protection of entrepreneurs’ legitimate rights and interests from state bodies’ malpractice.
The Prime-Minister also described economic policy priorities, which include, among other things, the “end point of justice” through judicial reform for investors’ confidence. “Our team of the Business Ombudsman Council reviews and settles business complaints on a daily basis – from the smallest to the largest – and based on this experience as an advisory body, we are ready for systemic cooperation with the Prime-Minister” said the Business Ombudsman. The parties agreed on having quarterly meetings.

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