Oleksandra Gumeniuk, EUEA Director, in an interview with Glavkom noted: «Several EUEA members have submitted a proposal to the business ombudsman to consider the current crisis of non-payment and find ways to resolve it. We hope it will be an additional and effective tool to protect the industry».
«According to Oleksandra Gumeniuk, the business ombudsman can help to communicate on a regular basis with public authorities at all levels – with the Office of the President of Ukraine, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine, the NEURC, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, etc., as well as with international financial institutions at all times to ensure the rights of market players and investors»,- is told in an interview.
We remind that the Verkhovna Rada registered the bill №4151, which proposes to provide in the state budget of the current year funds to support the production of “green” generation in the amount of 20% of the cost of marketable products in 2020, as well as funds to cover the debt in the amount of 40% through the issuance of domestic government bonds.