Ukraine will free goods imported under the "nuclear power" international technical assistance line from customs duty, chairman of the Parliament’s committee on finance, banking, tax and customs policy Vitaly Khomutynnik said at the committee’s meeting, ForUm correspondent reports.

According to the MP, this intention is provided for in the bill 11187, which has been submitted by the Economic Development and Trade Ministry and will be considered by the Parliament this week.

The parliamentarian said that such technical assistance, inter alia, is an initiative of the G-8 entitled "Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction."

According to Khomutynnik, today the Emergencies Ministry of Ukraine is implementing international projects to improve the management of used radioactive sources and high-active waste, including construction of a repository for high-active ionizing radiation in the Chernobyl exclusion zone. "Thus, the Ukrainian party may be provided with technical assistance from the G-8 in the form of equipment, services, works, etc.," the expert stressed.



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