The Cabinet of Ministers has approved an experiment for the creation of a civil service reserve to work in de-occupied territories Melnychuk

The Cabinet of Ministers has approved an experiment for the creation of a civil service reserve to work in de-occupied territories Melnychuk

The corresponding decision was made on 23 May at a Cabinet of Ministers meeting

The Cabinet of Ministers has approved an experiment for the creation of a civil service reserve to work in de-occupied territories  Melnychuk

The Cabinet of Ministers has approved a proposal from the Ministry for the Reintegration of Temporarily Occupied Territories and the National Agency for Civil Service on the experimental project of creating a reserve of state body workers for the de-occupied territories of Ukraine.

This was reported by Taras Melnychuk, the Cabinet's representative in the Verkhovna Rada.

The order of implementation of the experiment includes:

  • Conditions for forming the reserve
  • Criteria for inclusion in the reserve
  • Principles of reserve operation
  • Procedure for selection of persons from the reserve
  • Conditions for the appointment of individuals to the reserve
  • Special aspects of professional training of individuals in the reserve
  • Algorithm for exclusion from the reserve

As Melnychuk noted, participants in the experimental project are military administrations, executive authorities, local bodies, representative bodies of indigenous peoples of Ukraine, and citizens of Ukraine who wish to work in de-occupied territories.

Background. Earlier, Mind reported that the Ministry for the Reintegration of Temporarily Occupied Territories discussed the creation of a reserve of teachers and medics for de-occupied territories.

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