Nicholas Romaniuk: "Ukraine for new opportunities and we should take advantage of"

to Lutsk to implement the project "Ukrainian-self-governing community standard" of Lublin (Poland) came Managerial Initiatives Foundation President Paul Prokop and Director of Study Tour Miroslav Skurka to Poland. They Bureaux andent Association for Regional Development Anatoly Parkhomyuk Manager Managerial Initiatives Foundation met with Bogdan Yurchuk Lutsk Mayor Mykola Romaniuk, his deputy Taras Yakovlev and ohovoryly question partnership to improve the modern management of local and regional public process based on citizen participation. Nicholas Romaniuk thanked the guests for the fact that in the present difficult situation Ukrainian feel great support of the Polish people, the President of Poland Bronislaw Komorowski. The mayor stressed the particular interest to the Ukrainian project "Ukrainian-self-governing community standard" that would benefit the community. He said uat partner agreement between Lublin and Lutsk was signed back in 1996. Lublin gave a good start and now Lutsk 16 partner cities in 9 countries. Together with them implemented many projects. Nicholas Romaniuk more focused on the project "The Way Gediminians" and spoke about the good relations of Lublin and its mayor, Krzysztof BeetleWho shares his experience in economic and political sphere. "For Ukraine, new opportunities and we should take advantage of this", ­ Nicholas Romaniuk said. Guests from Poland told that the project will contribute to changes in Ukrainian local government with a focus on community involvement in the development process and takecha-making, transparency of local government and effi ciency. Duration of the project two years. Programs funded by the Polish-Canadian for Democracy Programme Polish cooperation in favor of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland and the Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade solutionsytku. The project planned numerous seminars and workshops that will be made by highly skilled experts from Poland and study visits to Poland for the Working Group on the implementation of reforms and NGOs, as well as assisting with online consultations. Project partners include Lublin, Luck, Reevenot, Dnepropetrovsk, Vinnitsa, Ivano-Frankivsk, Poltava and Sumy. This was reported in Lutsk City Council