Ukraine's war recovery plan should be approved within the next two weeks. This follows a letter from the Secretary of the National Council for Reconstruction, MP Daniil Hetmantsev, which he sent to the co-chairmen of the National Council.
The proposal to convene the National Council to adopt the Plan, the Secretary of the National Council gave the Speaker of the VR Ruslan Stefanchuk, Prime Minister Denis Shmygal and the head of the Office of the President Andriy Yermak.
"... consider the possibility (...) to convene in the near future (within two weeks) the National Council for the restoration of Ukraine from the consequences of the war, in order to approve the draft Plan of restoration of Ukraine from the consequences of war," the letter, published in the Telegram channel Getmantsev said.
In the letter he said that the Plan has more than three thousand pages, which contain goals, objectives and proposals for the reconstruction of the country. Attached to the plan are 850 detailed calculated projects in various sectors.
Hetmantsev is convinced that the Plan will be a clear pointer, the implementation of which will ensure the stability of Ukraine during the war, victory over the enemy and a quick recovery after the victory.
It is planned to implement the projects included in the document in three stages:
- The short-term phase, to be implemented in 2022 - "All for Victory!"
- The medium-term reconstruction phase, set to run from 2023 to 2025, "Rebuilding and Restarting the Economy and Institutions";
- Modernization phase (strategic), designed for implementation in 2026 - 2036 - "Structural modernization and full integration into the European Union".
In the letter, the Secretary of the National Council also requests to consider the establishment of the Agency for the Recovery of Ukraine from the Consequences of War, which is to coordinate the work of the executive authorities to implement the recovery plan of the country.
The Agency must also develop proposals for the Recovery Plan and then submit them to the National Council and negotiate with foreign partners and international financial institutions to finance the measures of the Plan.
In addition, Getmantsev asks to instruct the government to immediately start the implementation of the first part of the Plan - "All for Victory", which is the first short-term part of the Plan, designed for implementation during 2022.