“At the height of the war, the international community is sending a crucial signal of support to Ukraine. The presence of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Ukraine will help the country to implement the reforms necessary for joining the EU and OECD membership faster, to meet membership requirements and accelerate Ukraine’s integration into these organisations. The office will also contribute to the reconstruction of Ukraine in line with high OECD standards. The team will have an important role to play – coordinate actions with Ukrainian institutions and other international organisations and ensure the effectiveness of the assistance provided,” Landsbergis said.

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