MINISTRY FOR REINTEGRATION INVITES NGOS TO SUBMIT PROPOSALS FOR THE GOVERNMENT ACTION PLAN

17.04.2020 | 16:16

The Government Action Plan was approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No. 270 dated from April 2, 2020, which defines course of action for the government work.

Among the main priorities of the Government are the protection of territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine, as well as safe reintegration of temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.

This strategy is being currently detailed, turning it into a clear action plan.

The Ministry for Reintegration, as the central executive body directly responsible for the safe reintegration of temporarily occupied territories by the Russian Federation, seeks to build its activities in close cooperation with the public sector.

After all, peace-making, de-occupation and further reintegration of Crimea, Sevastopol, and areas of Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts is a common goal of the authorities and society.

There are a lot more work, which consists of many components like the protection of civilians during the armed conflict and overcoming its consequences, the protection of human rights in TOT, the integration of IDPs, transitional justice, comprehensive development of Donetsk, Luhansk and Kherson Oblasts, international cooperation on these issues, and the like.

In this regard, the Ministry for Reintegration invites non-governmental organizations specializing on the aforementioned issues to submit proposals for the Government Action Plan by 10:00 on April 24, 2020.

Please send your ideas and initiatives to myroshnychenko@kmu.gov.ua.

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MINISTRY FOR REINTEGRATION INVITES NGOS TO SUBMIT PROPOSALS FOR THE GOVERNMENT ACTION PLAN

17.04.2020 | 16:16

The Government Action Plan was approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No. 270 dated from April 2, 2020, which defines course of action for the government work.

Among the main priorities of the Government are the protection of territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine, as well as safe reintegration of temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.

This strategy is being currently detailed, turning it into a clear action plan.

The Ministry for Reintegration, as the central executive body directly responsible for the safe reintegration of temporarily occupied territories by the Russian Federation, seeks to build its activities in close cooperation with the public sector.

After all, peace-making, de-occupation and further reintegration of Crimea, Sevastopol, and areas of Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts is a common goal of the authorities and society.

There are a lot more work, which consists of many components like the protection of civilians during the armed conflict and overcoming its consequences, the protection of human rights in TOT, the integration of IDPs, transitional justice, comprehensive development of Donetsk, Luhansk and Kherson Oblasts, international cooperation on these issues, and the like.

In this regard, the Ministry for Reintegration invites non-governmental organizations specializing on the aforementioned issues to submit proposals for the Government Action Plan by 10:00 on April 24, 2020.

Please send your ideas and initiatives to myroshnychenko@kmu.gov.ua.