Ukraine, UN Implementing Ten Projects Worth $125 M

Denys Shmygal

Ten United Nations projects are being implemented in Ukraine within the framework of international technical assistance. Their total cost is over $125 million.

“We appreciate the activities of the United Nations within the framework of international technical assistance … Consistent political support from the UN and the provision of technical, expert and financial assistance play an important role in implementing reforms and ensuring stability in Ukraine,” said Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal at the meeting of the High-Level Steering Committee for the Implementation of the Framework Programme of Partnership between the Government of Ukraine and the United Nations for 2018-2022, the Cabinet’s press service reports.

The Head of Government also thanked the UN for its assistance to Ukraine in pursuing the path of reforms, as well as assistance and support in the fight against COVID-19.

The meeting was attended by UN Resident Coordinator in Ukraine Osnat Lubrani, representatives of UN organisations and the Government of Ukraine.

The meeting participants discussed the main results of the implementation of the Framework Programme and the planned measures to ensure the achievement of the set common partnership goals.

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