Ukraine recovery plan to imply compensation for material damage, infrastructure rebuilding, economic modernization - PM Shmyhal
KYIV. April 18 (Interfax-Ukraine) - A recovery plan for Ukraine should envision compensation for material damage, the reconstruction of the destroyed infrastructure, and the national economy's structural modernization, Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said at a conference held by the president on Monday.
International auditing companies, as well as Ukrainian analytical centers, parliamentary committees, and government ministries, have joined the drafting a recovery plan for Ukraine, Shmyhal said.
The plan will be comprised of several sections providing for Ukraine's recovery based on new principles with the use of all available resources and opportunities, he said.
The meeting participants also included head of the presidential office Andriy Yermak, his deputies, government members, parliamentary majority leaders, and heads of the relevant parliamentary committees, the presidential press service said.
The participants discussed progress in Ukraine's integration with Europe and prospects for acquiring the status as an EU candidate country and considered carrying out a number of important economic reforms, it said.