In recent weeks, the President of Ukraine has repeatedly during speeches and press conferences voiced ideas for the restoration of the country: from the patronage of Ukrainian cities by European countries to facilitate business and digitalization. Also recently, on April 21, the National Council for the Recovery of Ukraine from the Consequences of War was established by Presidential Decree. And although the full recovery of the country’s economy and infrastructure can begin only after the end of large-scale hostilities and the liberation of territories, discussions are already underway and plans are being developed.
After studying the relevant statements of the President, representatives of the Government and the Verkhovna Rada, as well as the positions of international partners, NGOs have developed principles on which to base the reconstruction of Ukraine. The main requirement is that the reconstruction of Ukraine is not a return to the pre-war state, but full development and integration into the European Community, on the basis of sustainable development and taking into account the European Green Course, which is also a guarantee of the Copenhagen criteria.