Today, Oct. 25, Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman told the Cabinet meeting that the government should create better conditions for business development in Ukraine. The PM promised to hold accountable those officials who prevent Ukrainian business from developing, Censor.NET reports.
"Today I am suspending the head of the State Land Registry Service [acting head Oleh Tsviakh - ed.]. I believe suspension is not enough. He should be fired. In addition, I request that all heads of regional offices were suspended as well," the prime minister said.
Hroisman explained that his decision was motivated with the pressure of the state agency upon businesses.
The prime minister also said that many companies have claims against Ukrainian Transport Inspection, State Labor Service and other agencies.
Hroisman promised to dismiss everyone who "prevents the state from becoming successful."