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Arseniy Yatsenyuk: Reports of CEOs of major state-owned companies will be streamed live
16.03.2016 | 14:36

March 18 there is due to take place a report of the heads of major state-owned companies, the State Financial Inspection, the State Fiscal Service and line Ministers regarding the activities of these companies - the Head of Government announced at the Cabinet’s meeting on Wednesday, March 16.

Arseniy Yatsenyuk stressed the need to invite for reporting to the Cabinet on 18 March the leadership of NNEGC Energoatom, PJSC Centerenergo, SFTC Ukrinterenergo, SE United Mining and Chemical Company, SC Ukrhimtransammiak and another five companies with largest assets.

During the meeting, the Government will hear the report of the State Financial Inspection, which got a commission of the Head of the Government three months ago to hold an audit of the top 20 companies, the State Fiscal Service "with a report on how much was paid in taxes " and line Ministers who, under the law, determine the policies of state-owned companies.

Apart from that, the Head of the Government offered to invite to the CMU meeting the CEO of PJSC Ukrnafta, in which 51% of shares belong to the state, and the leadership of NJSC Naftogaz Ukrayiny.

Arseniy Yatsenyuk accentuated this report would be streamed live all across the country to afford “the entire country hear the report of directors of the state-owned companies, the report of controlling authorities and information from the relevant Ministers".

On the outcomes of the report there will be drawn appropriate conclusions.

Arseniy Yatsenyuk reminded that the Government had decided to conduct a transparent competition for the appointment of CEOs to chair 50 largest companies: "Four months ago, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine handed over all powers to appoint senior executives to state-owned companies to the Nomination Committee, which is independent of Government and is subordinate to the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade".

"My position remains unchanged - the largest state-owned companies must get new directors", summed up the Head of Government.


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