Solid municipal waste (SMW) will be taken from Lviv to the dump sites of other cities in the Lviv region.
Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman doubts the credibility of the ranking published by the international audit and consulting company Ernst & Young, where Ukraine ranks 1st in terms of corruption in business.
Ukrainian government has instructed the National Police and the National Guard to provide security to all courthouses across the country.
The Cabinet of Ministers invites the Verkhovna Rada to abrogate all normative legal acts adopted in the Soviet Union, including in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.
Prime Minister Hroisman demands that those responsible for poor quality of road repair be held accountable.
Due to a halt in supplies of anthracite from uncontrolled territory in the Donbas, Ukraine will reduce the consumption of this kind of coal and cover its shortfall with diversified imports from other countries except Russia.
The current year has all prospects to become a year of economic growth and better standards of living of Ukrainian citizens.
Ukraine’s medium and long term outlook will depend on five decisions taken by the government together with the Verkhovna Rada.
Ukraine undertakes by the end of September 2017 to ensure the split of a single tariff for gas in two - the cost of gas as commodity and the cost of gas transportation and distribution (a recurring fee) - by amending cabinet resolution No. 758.
According to the 'Accessible Medications' government program, the patients will be able to receive medications for free or with a small surcharge.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Hroisman is ready to present a pension reform in the near future and hopes that with the support of Ukrainian lawmakers this reform can be adopted by the end of the current parliamentary session.
The fifth session of Ukraine’s Regional Development Council will take place under the chairmanship of President Petro Poroshenko on Monday, March 20.
Ukraine and Turkey signed an agreement allowing citizens to travel across these countries using domestic ID-cards.
The request came amid reports that the bank had recognized passports issued by the breakaway “Luhansk and Donetsk People’s Republics."
Ukrainian government intends to spend 15 billion hryvnia (over $555 million) for reconditioning of roads above already budgeted 14 billion hryvnia.