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Підвищення якості професійного навчання державних службовців залишається одним з пріоритетних напрямків реформування державного управління. Особливо з огляду на процеси реформування, що здійснюються на виконання зобов’язань України у рамках Угоди про асоціацію з Європейським Союзом.

10 вересня 2022 року постановою Кабінету Міністрів України №1028 затверджено Положення про організацію професійного навчання державних службовців, керівників державних підприємств, установ, організацій за рахунок міжнародної технічної допомоги та інших форм міжнародної співпраці.

Положення, розроблене НАДС спільно з Секретаріатом Кабінету Міністрів України, визначає покроковий механізм організації професійного навчання державних службовців міністерств, інших центральних та місцевих органів виконавчої влади, державних службовців та працівників, на яких поширюється дія Закону «Про державну службу». 

Таке професійне навчання може проводитися як в Україні, так і за кордоном за рахунок міжнародної технічної допомоги та інших форм міжнародного співробітництва. 

Відповідно до Положення органи державної влади щорічно до 1 лютого надають НАДС інформацію про потреби та пріоритетні напрями професійного навчання за рахунок міжнародної технічної допомоги та інших форм міжнародної співпраці. У свою чергу, НАДС узагальнює та надає відповідну інформацію Секретаріату Кабінету Міністрів України до 1 березня. 

Секретаріат Кабінету Міністрів України як координатор діяльності, пов’язаної із залученням міжнародної технічної допомоги, ознайомлює партнерів з розвитку з потребами і пріоритетними напрямами професійного навчання. 

Крім того, Секретаріат Кабінету Міністрів України та НАДС отримують від партнерів з розвитку інформацію про можливості професійного навчання за рахунок міжнародної технічної допомоги та строки подання пропозицій щодо кандидатур державних службовців, керівників державних підприємств, установ, організацій для проходження професійного навчання.

НАДС здійснює інформування органів державної влади щодо можливості професійного навчання за рахунок міжнародної технічної допомоги, а також розміщує відповідну інформацію на офіційному веб-сайті НАДС і веб-порталі управління знаннями у сфері професійного навчання “Портал управління знаннями” . Зі свого боку НАДС також забезпечує формування навчальних груп для проходження професійного навчання за кордоном за рахунок міжнародної технічної допомоги або інших форм міжнародного співробітництва за кожною окремою програмою професійного навчання.

Про результати професійного навчання, що здійснюється за рахунок міжнародної технічної допомоги та інших форм міжнародного співробітництва, органи державної влади інформують  НАДС до 15 січня за формою згідно з додатком 2 до Положення для її узагальнення та подання до 15 лютого Секретаріату Кабінету Міністрів України звіту про результати професійного навчання за рахунок міжнародної технічної допомоги та інших форм міжнародного співробітництва.

Покроковий механізм організації професійного навчання державних службовців за рахунок міжнародної технічної допомоги та інших форм міжнародного співробітництва 

Інфографіка

Improving the quality of professional training of civil servants remains one of the priority areas of public administration reform. It is especially in view of the reform processes being implemented in fulfillment of Ukraine’s obligations under the European Union Association Agreement.

On September 10, 2022 the Regulation on the organization of professional training of civil servants, heads of state enterprises, institutions, organizations through international technical assistance and other forms of international cooperation was approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No 1028.

The Regulation developed by NAUCS jointly with the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine defines a step-by-step mechanism for organization professional training of civil servants of ministries, other central and local executive authorities, civil servants and employees covered by the Law “On Civil Service”.

Such training can be conducted both in Ukraine and abroad through international technical assistance and other forms of international cooperation.

According to the  Regulation, government authorities provide NAUCS annually by February 01 with information on the needs and priority areas of professional training through  international technical assistance and other forms of international cooperation. In turn, NAUCS summarizes and provides relevant information to the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine by March 01.

The Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, as the coordinator of activities related to international technical assistance, provides development partners with the needs and priority areas of professional training through international technical assistance.

In addition, the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and NAUCS receive information from development partners about opportunities for professional training through international technical assistance and deadlines for submitting proposals on the candidates of civil servants, heads of state enterprises, institutions, and organizations for professional training.

NAUCS informs government authorities about the possibility of professional training through international technical assistance, in particular by posting relevant information on the official website of NAUCS and knowledge management web-portal in the field of professional training “Knowledge management portal”. For its part, NAUCS ensures the formation of training groups for professional training abroad through international technical assistance or other forms of international cooperation for each professional training program. 

The government authorities shall inform NAUCS on the results of professional training carried out through international technical assistance and other forms of international cooperation by January 15 in the form according to Appendix 2 of the Regulation for its generalization and submission to the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of a report on the results of professional training through international technical assistance and other forms of international cooperation by February 15.

Step-by-step mechanism for organization professional training of civil servants through international technical assistance and other forms of international cooperation.

Infografik

On December 21, 2022, the Center for Adaptation of the Civil Service to the Standards of the European Union and T. H. Shevchenko National University “Chernihiv Colehium” signed an agreement on partnership and cooperation.

The agreement has been signed between the parties represented by the Director of the Center for Adaptation of the Civil Service to the Standards of the European Union Maryna Kanavets and the Rector of the T. H. Shevchenko National University “Chernihiv Colehium” Oleh Sheremet.

The purpose of the document is to establish cooperation between the parties on scientific and practical projects and programs, joint scientific and educational activities, including international ones, exchange of study visits and experience, development and publication of materials, informational and methodological materials on public administration and civil service, professional development of civil servants, local self-government officials, heads of local state administrations, deputies of local councils, development of proposals on the work of institutions under martial law in Ukraine.

“The signing of the agreement on partnership and cooperation is another important step in strengthening cooperation between state institutions and institutions of higher education toward studying and improving the best practices and approaches of public administration in the context of European integration, achieving peace and building the state after the victory”, the Director of the Center for Adaptation of the Civil Service to the Standards of the European Union Maryna Kanavets noted.

On December 22, 2022, in the online mode the 7th Steering Committee Meeting of the Twinning Project “Strengthening the institutional and regulatory capacity of the National Bank of Ukraine to implement EU-Ukraine Association Agreement” (hereinafter – Project), the beneficiary of which is National Bank of Ukraine (hereinafter – NBU), took place.

The Project is being implemented jointly with Narodowy Bank Polski of the Republic of Poland and Lietuvos bankas of the Republic of Lithuania.

The aim of the Twinning Project is to promote macroeconomic stability by increasing the institutional capacity of the National Bank of Ukraine, as well as by developing a reliable banking and payment infrastructure.

Paweł Samecki, MS Project Leader, Narodowy Bank Polski, delivered a welcoming address to the participants of the meeting and presented the agenda.

In turn, Volodymyr Kuchyn, BC Project Leader, welcomed the participants of the meeting and thanked the representatives of the European side for effective cooperation in the implementation of the Project.

Dariusz Lewandowski, Resident Twinning Adviser, presented the practical results of the Project implementation which were achieved during the reporting period. In particular, 7 online meetings involving experts and 1 Steering Committee Meeting were held, and 2 Side Letters were prepared. In addition, Resident Twinning Adviser presented in detail the results in accordance with the components of the Project, in particular, the development of instant payments model, the implementation of a management and planning model in the system of the National Bank of Ukraine, as well as the holding of expert forum for the central banks of the Eastern Partnership.

At the same time, Volodymyr Kuchyn outlined the main achievements according to the components of the Project, in particular, identified the key results on issues of policy development within the framework of the Twinning Project.

For his part, the representative of the international department of the Narodowy Bank Polski Marcin Staniewicz, presented the quarterly financial report and information about communication activities within the Project.

The experts and partners of the Project approved the work plan, discussed the planned activities for all components and plans for the next reporting period.

The meeting was attended by Project experts, representatives of the European Union Delegation to Ukraine and NBU.

On behalf of the Center for Adaptation of the Civil Service Anatolii Sopilka, Head of the Project Management Department and Olena Honcharuk, Senior Consultant of the Twinning Coordination Division of the Unit of Twinning Programme Administration Office activities ensuring took part in the meeting.

For reference: according to the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ukraine “On Approval of the Procedure for Initiation, Preparation and Implementation of the Twinning Projects” as of 11 October, 2016 No 700 the National Agency of Ukraine on Civil Service coordinates the implementation of the institution building instrument of the European Union Twinning in Ukraine. Furthermore, in accordance with relevant legal acts the National Agency of Ukraine on Civil Service is the coordinator of institution building instrument TAIEX implementation in Ukraine. In order to provide effective coordination of Twinning and TAIEX the Twinning Program Administration Office in Ukraine was established, its functions are performed by the Center for Adaptation of the Civil Service to the Standards of the European Union.

On December 20, 2022, in the online mode the 11th Steering Committee meeting for the Twinning Project for the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (hereinafter – AMCU) “Support to the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine in further approximation of legal, procedural and case enforcement practices with EU antitrust and merger control practices” (hereinafter – Project), which is being implemented jointly by a consortium of EU Member States, namely Lithuania, Germany and Romania took place.

The aim of the Twinning Project is to increase the effectiveness, transparency and consistency of the antitrust policy in Ukraine on the basis of closer alignment of national antitrust legislation to the legislation of EU Member States in accordance with the requirements of the Association Agreement between European Union and Ukraine.

Šarūnas Keserauskas, MS Project leader, delivered a welcoming address to the participants of the meeting and presented the agenda.

In turn, Olga Pishchanska, BC Project Leader, welcomed the participants of the meeting and expressed gratitude to the representatives of the European side for effective cooperation. Olha Pishchanska focused attention on key achievements on the result of the meeting, which took place offline in Vilnius, in particular, she emphasized the performance indicators in the main directions of the Project.

At the same time, Šarūnas Pajarskas, RTA, presented the practical results of the Project implementation which were achieved during the reporting period, in particular, 47 (remote) missions with stakeholders were held during 119,5 working days: 3 missions with 6 working days for horizontal activities (Steering Committee Meeting), 44 missions with 113,5 working days (regarding the issues of Project implementation), and also underlined the main achievements according to the Components of the Project.

For its part, Chloé Allio, the Head of Operations Section, Economic Cooperation, Energy, Infrastructure and Environment, EU Delegation to Ukraine, expressed gratitude for the cooperation within the framework of the Project. Chloé Allio focused on the main discussions of the meeting and expressed hope for further fruitful cooperation.

Furthermore, Olha Nechytailo, BC Component 1 leader, highlighted the progress in the development of bylaws to the draft Law No. 5431 “On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine to improve the activities of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine” and emphasized the discussion of controversial issues on Law implementation.

The participants of the meeting reviewed the work plan, discussed the planned activities for all components and plans for the next reporting period.

The meeting was attended by Project experts, representatives of the European Union Delegation to Ukraine and AMCU.

On behalf of the Center for Adaptation of the Civil Service Anatolii Sopilka, Head of the Project Management Department and Olena Honcharuk, Senior Consultant of the Twinning Coordination Division of the Unit of Twinning Programme Administration Office activities ensuring took part in the meeting.

For reference: according to the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ukraine “On Approval of the Procedure for Initiation, Preparation and Implementation of the Twinning Projects” as of 11 October, 2016 No 700 the National Agency of Ukraine on Civil Service coordinates the implementation of the institution building instrument of the European Union Twinning in Ukraine. Furthermore, in accordance with relevant legal acts the National Agency of Ukraine on Civil Service is the coordinator of institution building instrument TAIEX implementation in Ukraine. In order to provide effective coordination of Twinning and TAIEX the Twinning Program Administration Office in Ukraine was established, its functions are performed by the Center for Adaptation of the Civil Service to the Standards of the European Union.

On November 23-24, 2022, the annual meeting of National Contact Points for TAIEX and Twinning instruments “Institution Building Days – 2022” with the assistance of the Commission’s Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations (hereinafter – DG NEAR) was held in Brussels (Kingdom of Belgium).

“Institution Building Days” meeting is a powerful platform for best exchanging practices of the implementation and use of institutional building instruments in the European Neighborhood countries, carrying out an integrative review of the events implemented under the aforementioned instruments, as well as discussing the key priorities of partner countries in the context of EU assistance.

On November 23, the first day of the “Institutional Building Days – 2022” started. Lawrence Meredith,Directorfor Neighbourhood East and Institution Building, DG NEAR, addressed the meeting participants with a welcoming speech, congratulated all those present and expressed hope for effective interaction within the framework of the “Institution Building Days – 2022” meeting. Olivér Várhelyi, European Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement, welcomed the participants on the video message, in which he thanked for the greater cooperation and effective implementation of the institutional building instruments. Also, the greetings to the participants of the event were addressed by Edita Hrdá, Ambassador, Head of the Czech Permanent Representation to the EU, who emphasized the importance of holding annual meetings that would allow exchange of experience in the field of reforming the government authorities of the European Neighborhood countries in accordance with EU standards by involving technical assistance.

In turn, Yana Nykolaieva, Head of the Unit of Twinning Programme Administration Office activities ensuring of the Center for Adaptation of the Civil Service to the Standards of the European Union, welcomed the participants of the meeting and thanked the European side for their support and effective cooperation. Nykolaieva Yana focused attention on the key achievements of the implementation of TAIEX and Twinning institutional building instruments in Ukraine and emphasized the priority areas for further cooperation.

During the first day of the meeting, a number of issues were discussed, namely: support for key reforms through institutional instruments, a strategic approach to the implementation of institutional building instruments, key priorities in the Eastern Partnership countries and Western Balkans.

The second day of the meeting was dedicated to implementation of the Twinning and TAIEX institutional building instruments, in particular, the value of institutional building instruments in promoting public administration reform, strengthening administrative capacity and the new multi-annual Financial Framework of TAIEX and Twinning in overall EU programming assistance were discussed. Participants of the meeting also had the opportunity to deliberate the key priorities of the Southern Partnership countries in accordance with the European Neighborhood Policy and to familiarize themselves with the best practices of the Southern Partnership countries.

The participants of the meeting get acquainted with practical aspects of attracting and using institutional building instruments that will raise effectiveness and productivity of the implementation of Twinning and TAIEX instruments.

The representatives of the EU Member States and National Contact Points, EU Member State officials working on TAIEX events & Twinning projects, TAIEX and Twinning beneficiaries, European Commission and External Action Service headquarters and delegation staff took part at the meeting “Institution Building Days – 2022”.

On behalf of the Center for Adaptation of the Civil Service to the Standards of the European Union, Head of the Unit of Twinning Programme Administration Office activities ensuring Nykolaieva Yana and Senior Consultant of the Twinning Coordination Division of the Unit of Twinning Programme Administration Office activities ensuring Honcharuk Olena took part at the annual  meeting “Institution Building Days – 2022”.

Thursday, 17 November 2022 13:45

Donors’ conference 2022 was held

On November 17, 2022 Donors’ conference with representatives of embassies, projects and international technical assistance programs was held. The main goal of the conference is the discussion of key development areas of civil service and support of international partners in enabling transformation in those spheres in the implementation of civil service tasks.

Head of the National Agency of Ukraine on Civil Service Nataliia Aliushyna in her introductory remarks emphasized that the NAUCS highly appreciates the support of partners and hopes for further fruitful and effective cooperation for the development of a professional, efficient, sustainable and politically impartial civil service.

In their welcoming speeches Head of Operations Section “Good Governance and Rule of Law” of the Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine Xavier CAMUS, Special Representative of the OSCE Chairmanship-in-Office - Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine, Ambassador Henrik Villadsen, Head of the Council of Europe Office in Ukraine, Representative of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe on the coordination of cooperation programmes of the Council of Europe Steen Norlov, OECD/SIGMA Country Manager for Ukraine, Regional Manager for ENI EAST Martins Krievins stressed that further cooperation with the NAUCS is extremely important, and emphasised that a common vision of goals and objectives for their further implementation is one of the key points of successful cooperation.

During the first plenary session of the conference Head of the NAUCS Nataliia Aliushyna presented the goals and priorities of the NAUCS, namely ensuring the functional development of personnel management services, reforming of the remuneration system, creation of a modern holistic, mobile and flexible system of professional training of civil servants, improvement of legislation, etc.

During the second plenary session of the conference representatives of international projects and programs presented developments in cooperation with the NAUCS during 2022 and outlined priorities for further cooperation.

The event was attended by representatives of international organizations, projects and programs of international technical assistance, international and domestic experts, representatives of the NAUCS, High School of Public Governance, the Center for Adaptation of the Civil Service to the Standards of the European Union.

  

The first basic document defining the foundations for cooperation between Ukraine and the EU was the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, and Ukraine of June 16, 1994. The document outlined the basics of cooperation between Ukraine and the EU. Defining the objectives of such cooperation, it was said, firstly, about strengthening and expanding the relations between the parties of the Agreement, and secondly, about establishing the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement between the parties.

Obtaining the status of a full member of the EU as a strategic goal of Ukraine was first declared by the President of Ukraine in 2005. On January 13, 2005, the European Parliament almost unanimously adopted a resolution on the intentions of the European Parliament to approach the position with Ukraine on membership.

The Association Agreement between the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community and their member states, of the one part, and Ukraine, of the other part (Association Agreement), ratified by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on September 16, 2014, replaced the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement between the European Communities and their Member States, and Ukraine of June 16, 1994, defining updated priorities.

On September 16, 2014, the European Parliament ratified the Association Agreement simultaneously with the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. The aim of the Association Agreement was to create a zone of deep and comprehensive free trade between Ukraine and the EU, strengthening cooperation in the political and economic spheres, access of Ukrainian business entities to the EU internal market, as well as adaptation of Ukrainian legislation to the EU Law. The Association Agreement was an important step on the way to the next stage – the conclusion of the Treaty of Accession to the EU.

On February 21, 2019, confirming the European identity of the Ukrainian people and the irreversibility of Ukraine’s European and Euro-Atlantic course, the norms on strategic course of Ukraine for membership in the EU and NATO were established in the preamble to the Fundamental Law, three articles and transitional provisions of the Constitution of Ukraine.

The establishment of institutional mechanisms for the implementation of the state policy of European integration of Ukraine has taken place since the beginning of cooperation between Ukraine and the EU, but was finally formed after the ratification of the Association Agreement.

Ukraine aims at full integration and accession to the EU, and today Ukraine has an institutional coordination mechanism for the formation and implementation of state policy in the field of European integration. In 2014, the Government Office for Coordination on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration (hereinafter – the Government Office) was established within the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, which provides organizational, expert-analytical and information support for the activities of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine in the field of European integration. The Government Office has special powers in the field of European integration, including conducting expert examination of draft acts for their compliance with Ukraine’s obligations in the field of European integration and EU Law (acquis), coordinating the consistency of state policy with European integration obligations, and being responsible for planning European integration activities, analyzes the attraction and use of international assistance aimed at supporting European integration, etc.

At the same time, in 2014, as part of the public administration reform, the Institute of Deputy Ministers for European Integration was introduced, which, within its competence, directs the Ministry’s activities in the field of European integration of Ukraine. Deputy Ministers are members of the Government Committee for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration.

At the same time, Directorates for Strategic Planning and Europeanintegration have been established in the structure of the ministries, whose powers include issues on the implementation of tasks related to the strategic planning of the ministry’s activities and coordination within the competence of activities on European integration, cooperation with international organizations and international financial institutions. Today, the European integration departments of the ministries coordinate the internal coordination of the positions of the sectoral departments before submitting draft decisions for interdepartmental agreement, monitor the implementation of the Agreement at the level of the ministry, inform the Deputy Ministers for European integration about potential problems and propose ways of their solution.

The independent structural departments for European integration have not been created in all central executive authorities. In some central executive authorities functions are performed simultaneously by several structural departments, in others, special structural departments are not provided, and the corresponding functions are assigned as additional to other structural departments (including structural departments on international cooperation).

In addition,a new institute, the position of the Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine, which politically directs the European integration activities of ministers and helps to overcome differences between them, was introduced in 2016. In particular, the competence of theDeputy Prime Minister includes issues of coordinating the activities of central executive authorities and other state authorities in the field of European integration and representing Ukraine’s position in relations with the EU.

Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine heads the Government Committee for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, International Cooperation and Regional Development, which preliminarily reviews draft acts that, according to the expert opinion of the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers, are not in conformity with the obligations in the field European integration or EU Law (acquis).

In April 2022, Ukraine received a questionnaire from the EC to form a Conclusion on granting Ukraine the EU candidate status. The questionnaire consists of two parts (the first part of the questionnaire is an audit of the state for compliance with the political and economic criteria of EU membership, the second part provides an assessment of the compliance of national legislation with the European acquis communautaire).

Since 1993, when the Copenhagen criteria were formed, each country had to give answers to the EU as far as it meets these criteria. The Copenhagen criteria cover the political and economic spheres, as well as compliance with EU legal acts and the candidate country’s ability to implement them. Political criteria are democracy and the rule of law. Economic criteria are the market economy.

The questionnaire required detailed answers on the level of Ukraine’s approximation to the EU legislation and included plans to achieve the EU standards, if some normative legal acts have not yet been adopted. Ukraine submitted the completed first part of the questionnaire on April 18, and the second part – on May 9.

On June 17, 2022, the EC officially recommended that Ukraine be granted the status of a candidate for EU membership. The EC document specifies separately the list of requirements for Ukraine to be fulfilled. The EC will monitor Ukraine’s progress in implementing these steps and report on them together with a detailed country assessment by the end of 2022.

On June 23, 2022, Ukraine obtained the status of a candidate for EU membership. Representatives of all 27 EU Member States voted for Ukraine candidate status.

Further preparation for EU membership will involve the completion of a comprehensive transformation of all spheres and the introduction of conditions aimed at the protection of every citizen and business, in accordance with the fundamental principles of the EU and its legislation. On this path, Ukraine will be constantly supported by the EC, providing the necessary consulting, financial and other assistance, which will be directed to the transformation of society, the legal system and the economy on the way to EU membership.

In addition, the candidate status opens the possibility of receiving financial assistance. Financial assistance will be available to Ukraine for countries preparing for EU accession (Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance, IPA). Such assistance may be provided through grants, investments or as technical assistance. The candidate status also opens for Ukraine participation in EU programs and initiatives.

Currently, after granting the candidate status, the EC defines for Ukraine the main components and proposals for negotiations, which must also be unanimously approved by the European Council. The basis for negotiations is the 35 chapters of the questionnaire, grouped into six main clusters: fundamental principles; internal market; competitiveness; Green Agenda; resources, agriculture, and cohesion; external relations. The status of the candidate for EU membership granted by Ukraine requires large-scale work by state authorities on the rapid and effective implementation of defined reforms.

At the moment, it is very important to have the appropriate personnel potential to ensure proper work of state authorities after Ukraine has granted the candidate status for EU membership. In order to strengthen the institutional capacity and increase the personnel potential of state authorities, a number of measures should be implemented, in particular:

  • conducting an analysis of the institutional capacity and personnel potential of state authorities responsible for performing tasks in the field of European integration;

  • on the basis of the results of the analysis ensure the improvement of the institutional mechanism of interaction of state authorities with the aim of providing specialists with a high level of professionalism, capable of competently and responsibly performing tasks connected with the implementation of the state policy of European integration of Ukraine;

  • conducting an analysis of the needs for professional training of the personnel of state authorities responsible for the implementation of tasks in the field of European integration;

  • development of training programs and organization of training for deputy ministers, civil servants of state authorities, responsible for the implementation of tasks in the field of European integration on implementation of institutional changes of the legislative framework after Ukraine granted the status of candidate for EU membership;

  • development of training programs and organization of training for civil servants and local self-government officials, deputies of local councils on certain issues of the state policy of the European integration of Ukraine;

  • wide acquaintance of civil servants and local self-government officials with the priorities of the activities of state authorities regarding Ukraine’s granting the status of a candidate for EU membership, including conducting information campaigns, communication events, etc.

Implementation of the above-mentioned measures can be carried out both through the state budget and within the framework of the implementation of international technical assistance projects. 

 

Research
"EXPERIENCE OF CANDIDATE COUNTRIES FOR THE EU MEMBERSHIP AND UKRAINE REGARDING THE INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE POLICY OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION"

 

У дослідженні представлено досвід країн-кандидатів на членство в ЄС та України щодо інституційної спроможності та реалізації державної політики європейської інтеграції

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