The Ukrainian prime-minister, Julia Timoshenko, is criticizing the first vice prime-minister, Anatolii Kinakh, and the chairman of the State Committee on the problems of business activity and regulators policy, Andrei Dashkevich, for neglecting the problems of small and big business, MIGnew.com.ua reported.
In particular, during the meeting with the representatives of small and big business the head of the government addressed the participators of the meeting with criticism when they told her that the working group for solving the problems of small and big business hadn’t held any meeting yet.
The prime-minister said that previously supervising the work of the working group for solving the problems of small and big business was the duty of Kinakh, who was also the president of the Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, and also of the chief of the State Enterprise, Dashkevich.
Timoshenko declared that she hadn’t seen any documents, which this group should have prepared and introduced to the government. She noticed that she dismissed Kinakh from the duty to supervise the work of the working group for solving the problems of small and big business and assigned this work to Kseniya Lapina, the chairman of the private business Council and the people’s deputy from the faction of "Nasha Ukraina" (Our Ukraine).
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