Center of administrative services opens in Sevastopol

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June 28, 2012, 4:14 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

Sevastopol has officially opened a center for administrative services.

Sevastopol has officially opened a center for administrative services, which is located on the first floor in the building of the city state administration, according to Head of Sevastopol City State Administration Volodymyr Yatsuba.

He said the center does not just change the essence of the power's attitude to the city residents but this is a European approach, which alters the principle of accepting citizens.

"The local authorities are intended to provide services to every resident, taxpayer, therefore it is important that residents could get answers to all their questions, even those issues that cannot be solved today," said Yatsuba.

According to him, the center foresees providing services not only to citizens but entrepreneurs and investors.

"The permissive center, which was opened in the city earlier, has transferred to this place, therefore its work will be organized under the principle of "a single window"," the official said.

According to him, currently the law on administrative services is being finalized, and when it is adopted, all the structures operating in the center will be determined.

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