The OECD has begun the accession process for Ukraine after the organization’s council designated Ukraine as a potential member on Wednesday.
of Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Council recognized by Ukraine At the request of Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, it initiated the process of incorporation as a “potential member state” and instructed the Director General. think tank Developed country Matthias Komann enters first accession dialogue with Ukraine.
Before considering starting accession negotiations and drafting an accession roadmap, the OECD Council asked me to participate in the first accession dialogue with Ukraine.
This first Accession Dialogue builds on the growing engagement and cooperation between the OECD and Ukraine since 1991 and aims to promote compliance with OECD standards and participation in OECD institutions, in particular the 2017 framework. The focus is on compliance with the outlined requirements. Consideration for prospective members.
Therefore, following the conclusion of this first accession dialogue, the OECD Council will begin discussions on accession and consider drafting a roadmap for country accession to international organizations based in Paris. To do.
“We look forward to continuing to work with the Ukrainian government and building on existing partnerships to support the National Recovery Plan,” said Koeman, who developed the latest OECD-Ukraine Action Plan to support recovery. Through reconstruction and reform.