The European Commission allotted ?450,000 for Ukrainian projects within the framework of Aid Program for Prevention of Drug Trafficking and Drug Addiction in Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova. Such information has been presented by the European Commission Representative Office in Ukraine. The program is being implemented by UNO. The total cost of the program is ?4 million for 2003-2006.
The Program contains a wide-range of branch aspects. Control in the Sea Ports project is aimed at development of customs control in Odesa and Illichevsk Ports. The project coordinates regional cooperation between Black Sea ports in their combat against drug trafficking.
The next EU project is targeted at development of the private sector of Ukraine according to TACIS program “Supporting Ukrainian Small and Medium Business in the Priority Regions” with ?2.8 million-budget. It has been revealed by Hennady Bilous, Deputy State Committee of Ukraine on Regulatory Policy and Entrepreneurship at a press conference.
The project provides Ukrainian businessmen with up-to-dated information about professional services for business development in Ukraine and abroad. Phillip Santes, the project Director, has headed the project since May 2006.
The activity of the project spreads over Zhytomyr, Chernihiv and Rivno regions. These regions were selected in accordance with the principle of necessary improvement of the business climate. Moreover, the regions are situated along 3rd and 9th Pan-European corridors.
The consortium implementing the project consists of GFA Consulting Group (Germany), EPRD (Poland) and Agrarian Development Institute (Ukraine). Ukraine’s State Committee on Regulatory Policy and Entrepreneurship is the chief beneficiary of the program.
Спасибо за Вашу активность, Ваш вопрос будет рассмотрен модераторами в ближайшее время