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Land reform workshop in Kiev on 7 April

(This article expired 23.10.2014 / 16:00.)

Permanent Delegation of the Czech Republic to the OECD helped with preparations of the Land reform workshop organised by the Committee for European integration of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.  It was chaired by Mr. Anatolyi Maksyuta, Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade, and was attended by more than 30 policy makers, including senior officials of the Government, and by representatives of the Private sector.

Dear Mr. Dyba,

We would like to thank the Embassy of Czech Republic to the OECD and youpersonally for your help in the preparation of the land reform Workshop in Kyiv on 7 April.

The workshop was organised by the Committee for European integration of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.  It was chaired by Mr. Anatolyi Maksyuta, Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade, and was attended by more than 30 policy makers, including senior officials of the Government, and by representatives of the Private sector.

The main issues covered were:

*         The benefits of an effective land reform

*         The land reform process

*         The key Success factors and potential pitfalls

*         The Role of the private sector

*         The priority of the land reform in the political agenda

We would like to thank as well Mr. Dusan Triska and Mr. Ales Triska for

their generosity in accepting to share their deep experience in this field,for being keynote speakers at the event, for addressing the questions that were raised by the participants, and for meeting bilaterally representatives of the Ukrainian Governments after the workshop.

Because pictures are worth many words, please find attached some photos of the event.

Again, many thanks for your collaboration.  Without it, the event would not have been possible.

With kind regards.

Antonio Somma

Economist

Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs, Private Sector Development

Division, Eurasia Competitiveness Programme

OECD, Paris, France