Ukraine Prime-Minister, Vladimir Groysman, told about it during the meeting with Mariupol veterans of “Azovstal” metallurgic industrial complex. He emphasized positive results of decentralization reform in case of Mariupol.
‘Decentralization reform, started in 2014, has given an opportunity to Mariupol to push its own budget to UAH 1 billion. I hope that you have noticed the changes in the city because this money can be used for building kindergartens, schools, hospitals as well as making roads and vehicle’s upgrading’, - Vladimir Groysman admitted.
The Head of the Government focused on the possibilities of the city budget to make investments for important community needs and create a new quality level on the spot.