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Ukraine has received the second tranche of the EU non-repayable financial assistance in the amount of 55.125 million euro as part of the financing agreement signed by the Government of Ukraine and the European Commission in 2014.

“This assistance means the recognition of the reform by the EU,” the Finance Ministry of Ukraine reported on Dec. 27.

The Ministry said that these funds were provided after the European Commission assessed the implementation by Ukraine of reforms in the areas of combating corruption, improving public procurement, transparency and accountability in public finances management, and public administration sector reform, reform of administrative services, the introduction of the constitutional reform and harmonization of the electoral law and the law on financing of political parties.

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