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 Minister Pyvovarskyi: First stage of deregulation at Ukrainian ports accomplished

Having signed the decree on improving the system of radiological control, the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine has completed the first stage of deregulation at ports.

As reported by Censor.NET, Minister of Infrastructure Andrii Pyvovarskyi wrote on Facebook.

"With the signing of the decree on the improvement of the radiological control system, the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine has completed the first stage of the ports deregulation process. Nine months of hard work thanks to which the bureaucratic processing of vessels and cargoes has been brought up to the best world standards, practically. These changes have already been evaluated by more than 3,000 ship captains that came to and left from our ports," he wrote.

According to Pyvovarskyi, the next step would be the simplification of the cooperation of ports with customs officers and border guards, which will further simplify business operations at ports.

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