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The government has supported a bill developed by the State Service of Ukraine for Regulatory Policy and Entrepreneurship Development that improves the system of state control of business entities and creates a legal framework for effective implementation by executive power structures of their powers, the Information-Analytical Bulletin of the cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine informs.
To avoid duplicating the legal functions of the State Inspectorate of Agriculture, the bill envisions the transfer of its authority to other central bodies of executive power, in accordance with their profile.
In particular, the control over observance of legislation on health and safety in the agricultural sector will be implemented by the State Service of Mining Supervision and Industrial Safety. The monitoring functions of road safety at the enterprises of agricultural production have been vested to the State Automobile Inspection of Ukraine. Laboratory tests to determine the level of land contamination, including radiation, should be conducted by the State Environmental Inspectorate and the State Sanitary and Epidemiological Service.
In order to legally regulate these aspects of the State Inspectorate of Agriculture and the above departments, the State Committee has initiated amendments to the Code of Administrative Violations and several Laws: "On land protection," "On road traffic," "On pesticides and agrochemicals," et cetera. Thus, conditions for business development in Ukraine are becoming more transparent and favorable.
The country's authorities have been constantly working to creating an attractive business environment. This is facilitated, in particular, by the activities of the Investors Council under Ukraine's president, as well as by application of the Law on public-private partnership.
The government considers it essential to actively develop the public-private partnerships. This provides for the creation of synergy between state opportunities and initiative, experience, and efficiency of private capital.
According to the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, in public-private partnerships, Ukraine is implementing over 160 projects covering such areas as construction and maintenance of transport infrastructure, waste management, health and energy.