In April 2015 the Vice Prime-Minister of Ukraine, the Minister of Regional Development, Building and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine H.H. Zubko applied to the President of the Bank with a request in light of acceleration of European integration processes to support modernization of the Ukrainian construction industry and asked for the technical assistance in the development and further enhancement of construction legislative framework to ensure its conformity with the European legislation, in particular harmonization of the national construction legislation with the standards and directives of the European Union; undertaking review and modification of the business processes in development and implementation of investment projects in line with the business processes in well establish economies; assistance with integration of internationally recognised contracts conditions (FIDIC) into Ukrainian legislative and business practice, as well as with several other aspects.
Therefore the Ministry of Regional Development, Building and Housing and Communal Services and the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine have asked the EBRD, as an Institution with a mandate to support broad policy and institutional reforms in the transition region, to help with the development of a detailed action plan on reforms in the Ukrainian construction industry legislative framework and business practices.
EBRD's involvement shall be aligned with its Medium Term Directions (MTDs) which support the building of resilience into reforms and the reform of institutions in the Bank's countries of operations. EBRD through, inter alia, the EBRD Multi-Donor Account for Ukraine and EBRD-Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi-Donor Account (MDA) and the UK Good Governance Fund (GGF) is proposed as one of the supporters of the Construction Sector Regulatory Reform (CSRR).
The Project implementation cycle is improved and a road map for legal and regulatory framework modification is developed and endorsed by the beneficiaries.
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Ministry of Regional Development, Building and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine.
The Project will be funded through the EBRD-Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi-Donor Account (MDA).
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