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Lithuania gave a “Marshall plan” for Ukraine in the European Commission

Литва передала план Маршалла для Украины в ЕврокомиссиюUkraine is important to make attractive their business environment.

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevičius gave a so-called “Marshall plan” for Ukraine in the European Commission.

This was stated by EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn during his visit to the forum in Tallinn.

The Commissioner considers that Brussels is already at this stage has the tools for its implementation and skeptical about the need to enforce.

He stressed that assistance to Ukraine will be provided only with a demand of reform.

“We are ready to give money, but we won’t give them without clear criteria. I’m sorry to have to say it, but confidence is not very high, and therefore we pay when something was done,” he said.

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To attract investment we need not plan, and changes in the business climate, says Khan.

“Ukraine is on the 80th place of business attractiveness. They have a lot to do to make its business environment more attractive,” he explained.

As it became known on 25 October, Ukraine has climbed up four positions in the world Bank’s doing business (Doing Business). Now ranks 76th place among 190 countries.

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In March, the European people’s party approved a resolution on the development of a long-term plan to support Ukraine, the so-called Marshall plan for Ukraine. It is assumed that the project “Marshall plan” provides for the allocation annually 5 billion euros to support reforms in Ukraine.

In August the speaker of the Lithuanian Seimas, Viktoras Pranckietis added that the Ukrainian Marshall plan financial needs to support the EU and the USA.

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