Kyiv fulfills only 41% of tasks under Ukraine-EU deal in 2017
The Association Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union has been implemented by 41% in 2017, according to a government report presented at a Kyiv conference Friday.
While the overall progress stands at 41%, central executive authorities succeeded at an almost similar level with 42% of their tasks completed, Europeiska Pravda reports.
The Verkhovna Rada performed the worst: the parliament coped with only 33% of tasks assigned.
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By sectors, top (100%) performance rates were recorded in the implementation of the Agreement in "education, training, and youth" and "financial sector".
Among outsiders are "public health" (4%), "transportation and postal services" (11%), and "environment" (27%).