U.S. to Assist Ukrainian Customs to Improve Revenue Collection and Reduce Corruption

The U.S. government will work together with Ukraine’s Ministry of Finance as an advisor in managing and reforming Ukraine’s customs checkpoints, with the objective to improve revenue collection, increase the level of expertise of the customs personnel, and enhance anti-corruption efforts.

The Ukrainian government is working overall on improving the quality of public services to its citizens and businesses by increasing transparency among officials and simplifying and improving its customs clearance procedures, particularly at the checkpoints on the common border with the EU.

​For more information visit the article on Ukrinform News.

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