The pension reform proposed by the government provides for the expansion of the list of occupations that give the right to early retirement.
Ukraine’s PM has presented the Cabinet a new law on pension reform providing for the minimum pension increase up to 3,764 hryvnia ($144) from Oct. 1.
Ukraine's Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman has introduced an implementation plan of digital development in Ukraine for 2017.
The Ministry of Finance and Social Policy of Ukraine has only a week to submit and implement procedure allowing the people to receive the monetized part of the saved benefits. The local authorities should implement this resolution.
Starting from May 1, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine decided not to provide citizens with grants for the payment of communal services for the next period if they failed to pay utility bills over two months.
The Cabinet has lowered the norms of consumption of utility services set by the state for the purpose of calculating subsidies for the population.
Curbing the destructive impact of separatist and Russian information propaganda in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) area is among Ukraine's key priorities.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Hroisman announced a large-scale personnel replacement in nine ministries.
Ukraine's Interior Minister Avakov has briefed Prime Minister Hroisman on wrangles inside the National Agency for Corruption Prevention (NACP).
Ukraine's Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman has announced that Dragon Capital premises in Kyiv are being searched by the Security Service of Ukraine.
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.