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Meeting of regional business community with Kseniia Liapina, Head of the of the State Regulatory Service

13/ 11/ 2018
    What kind of measures to improve business conditions and ensure transparency of control procedures for Ukrainian enterprises are to be implemented, the chair of the State Regulatory Service of Ukraine Ms Ksenia Lyapina spoke at the meeting with the representatives of local companies, in Dnipro, on November 13. According to Ms. Lyapina, one of the main issues in focus of the SRSU for 2019 is launching on-line national inspection portal, which will provide full information on the annual plan of enterprises inspections by all public services, as well as full detailed reports of inspections already carried out and its results . The state seeks to create comfortable conditions for the business. Enterprises inspections should be as transparent and understandable as possible. We are currently creating the Inspection Portal, which is to start on January 1, 2019. There, any businessperson will be able to find out when to wait for it to be checked and who will carry it out, Ms Lyapina said. The next step is a reform in the sphere of state supervision. In the nearest future, the State Regulatory Service of Ukraine will announce a system for the distribution of companies by risk groups, and approve relevant unified requirements and common procedures for conducting inspections for the all enterprises. As Ms Chair said, Such a system is being implemented in order to stimulate entrepreneurs to be responsible and to benefit from it. Thus, we will improve the way to carry out certain inspections. The meeting ended with a productive dialogue, as all representatives of the business community that were present at the meeting had the opportunity to ask the question directly to Ms. Lyapina, to receive detailed answers and express their wishes and recommendations to the work of the service.
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What kind of measures to improve business conditions and ensure transparency of control procedures for Ukrainian enterprises are to be implemented, the chair of the State Regulatory Service of Ukraine Ms Ksenia Lyapina spoke at the meeting with the representatives of local companies, in Dnipro, on November 13.

According to Ms. Lyapina, one of the main issues in focus of the SRSU for 2019 is launching on-line national inspection portal, which will provide full information on the annual plan of enterprises inspections by all public services, as well as full detailed reports of inspections already carried out and its results .

“The state seeks to create comfortable conditions for the business. Enterprises inspections should be as transparent and understandable as possible. We are currently creating the Inspection Portal, which is to start on January 1, 2019. There, any businessperson will be able to find out when to wait for it to be checked and who will carry it out,” Ms Lyapina said.

The next step is a reform in the sphere of state supervision. In the nearest future, the State Regulatory Service of Ukraine will announce a system for the distribution of companies by risk groups, and approve relevant unified requirements and common procedures for conducting inspections for the all enterprises. As Ms Chair said, “Such a system is being implemented in order to stimulate entrepreneurs to be responsible and to benefit from it. Thus, we will improve the way to carry out certain inspections.”

The meeting ended with a productive dialogue, as all representatives of the business community that were present at the meeting had the opportunity to ask the question directly to Ms. Lyapina, to receive detailed answers and express their wishes and recommendations to the work of the service.

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