I am delighted that my first visit to the OECD Headquarters coincides with a milestone in relations between Ukraine and the OECD – signing of the Joint Action Plan. I believe that realization of this Action Plan will assist Ukraine in advancing the reforms process and will help to bring our country to the OECD standards.
It is a great honour to welcome His Excellency President Poroshenko to the OECD. This is the first time that the President of Ukraine visits our organisation. The “Ukraine Action Plan” sets out an ambitious and transformational work programme that is designed to help Ukraine bring about the necessary reforms to overcome current economic challenges and ultimately build a better future for the Ukrainian people.
L’OCDE et l’Ukraine ont signé aujourd’hui un Plan d’action qui renforce leur coopération pour lutter contre la corruption, améliorer la gouvernance publique, promouvoir le principe de primauté du droit, soutenir l’investissement et favoriser le dynamisme de l’environnement des entreprises.
Ukraine co-operation with the OECD started after the country's independence in 1991, and has been strengthening since, reaching a new level with the OECD's Council’s decision of 12 March 2014, in which OECD member countries decided to respond positively to Ukraine's request to deepen existing co-operation.
Widespread corruption was one of the main reasons that led to the change of the political regime in Ukraine in 2014. The new administration pledged to fight corruption, a challenging task in the current context of the economic crisis and military conflict in the East of the country.
This expert meeting focused on promoting a better environmental performance of SMEs in the six partner countries of EaP GREEN programme (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine). It was held on 12 February 2015 in Kiev, Ukraine.
The Secretary-General introduced Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic to the Special Meeting of the OECD Council.
The objective of the OECD Eurasia Week is to build on prior work in the region and create an opportunity to further strengthen the relations between the countries of the Eurasia region and the OECD. It is also an opportunity to raise the visibility of the enhanced co-operation on a broad spectrum of thematic issues relevant to further improving the region’s competitiveness.
OECD-GVH Regional Centre for Competition in Budapest website
Les 34 pays membres de l’Organisation de Coopération et de Développement Économiques (OCDE) se félicitent du protocole d’accord conclu entre l'OCDE et l’Ukraine, qui vise à soutenir les efforts déployés par le pays pour lutter contre la corruption, renforcer son système fiscal et doper sa compétitivité.