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Ukraine working with the OECD

While there is a strong political will in Ukraine to pursue an ambitious reform agenda, the country needs both policy guidance and financial support to ensure that reform is sustainable. With its multidisciplinary expertise and wide array of internationally recognised policy instruments, the OECD works closely with Ukraine to advance its reform efforts and strengthen its institutions. 

Ukraine at a Glance

13/03/2014   OECD-Ukraine co-operation strengthened
07/10/2014   OECD-Ukraine Memorandum of Understanding
22/04/2015   OECD-Ukraine Action Plan
15/06/2018   OECD-Ukraine MoU renewal
15/02/2019   OECD-Ukraine Action Plan update

Strategic areas of work:

  • Anti-corruption
  • Governance & rule of law
  • Investment & business climate 

 Global Relations Brief on OECD & Ukraine: 

Participation in OECD thematic programmes

Eastern Europe and South Caucasus Initiative (EESCI)

Through the Eastern Europe and South Caucasus Initiative, Ukraine works to improve its business environment and strengthen competitiveness in line with OECD and EU Standards.

Learn more about the EESCI

GREEN Action Task Force

The Task Force works with Ukraine and other countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia to promote access to private finance for green investments and better environmental performance of SMEs.

Learn more about the Task Force

Anti-Corruption Network for Eastern Europe and Central Asia (ACN)

The Ukraine anti-corruption project works to strengthen legal and institutional capacity to effectively detect, investigate and prosecute high-profile and complex corruption cases.

Visit the ACN Ukraine page

Inclusive Framework on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS)

Under the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS, Ukraine collaborates with more than 130 countries to put an end to tax avoidance strategies.

Learn more about BEPS

Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes

As a member of the Forum, Ukraine has committed to implementing the internationally agreed standards of tax transparency and exchange of information. 

Read the Forum's latest publicaton on Ukraine

SIGMA (Support for Improvement in Governance and Management)

A joint OECD-EU initiative helping Ukraine modernise its public governance and establsh closer links with the European Union.

Visit the SIGMA Ukraine page

About the Ukraine Action Plan

The OECD has worked with Ukraine for a quarter-century, supporting the country's efforts to transform its economy and integrate more deeply into international markets. In 2014, the OECD boosted its co-operation with Ukraine and has since supported the country’s reforms in line with international standards. Despite remaining challenges, Ukraine has made progress in monetary and fiscal policies, has introduced e-government for procurement and VAT repayments, and a small number of critically important state-owned enterprises now have professional governance.  Moreover, Ukraine’s decentralisation reforms have resulted in a major overhaul of territorial governance. The OECD has contributed to most of these achievements and several other initiatives in close collaboration with other international organisations including the establishment of a Business Ombudsman Council, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau and the Asset Recovery Management Agency.  With the OECD-Ukraine Action Plan, the OECD and Ukraine have jointly identified 29 priority reviews, 28 OECD legal instruments to which Ukraine could request adherence and 10 OECD bodies in which it could request partnership to further enhance economic performance and strengthen democratic institutions.

Contact us

Ms. Gabriela Miranda
Country Manager for Ukraine
Gabriela.Miranda@oecd.org

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