Govt plans to partially finance subvention to Kyivenergo thanks to redistribution of funds for public administration reform
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine plans to finance the subvention for Kyivenergo, in particular, thanks to redistribution of funds foreseen for public administration reform, Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Oleksandr Sayenko has said.
"Yesterday there was a discussion on the issue at the government meeting and under the initiative of Volodymyr Groysman it was decided to give the city a subvention in the amount of UAH 729 million... By the way, one of the sources of the subvention is the redistribution of a part of the funds provided for this year to the public administration reform program," he wrote in the social network Facebook on Thursday.
According to the minister, the strategy for public administration reform will be partially revised, taking into account the results of the SIGMA assessment and the conclusions after the implementation of the first stage of the reform.
As reported, Groysman said that the Cabinet of Ministers is ready to approve the subvention in the amount of UAH 729.56 million for Kyivenergo, which would allow signing a gas supply contract by between municipal enterprise Kyivenergo and national joint-stock company Naftogaz Ukrainy before the start of the heating season.
The Kyiv City Administration earlier asked the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine to approve subvention of UAH 729 million for Kyivenergo to sign a contract to supply gas between municipal enterprise Kyivenergo and national joint-stock company Naftogaz Ukrainy.