On 12 January, Council of Civic Oversight on implementation of Annual National Program under Ukraine-NATO commission, organized an expert discussion with summarizing proposals for amendments to the Annual National Program for 2022. The consolidated list of proposals was the result of expert discussions and consultations, taking into account the position of the public involved in the discussions. As a result of the discussion, the CCO started collecting signatures under an appeal to the President, which includes a joint list of proposals for the ANP-2022.
The participants of the discussion came to the conclusion that it is necessary to revise the principles and algorithm of formation of the Annual National Programs:
Participants of the discussion were: Igor Korzh, Olena Halushka, Mykhailo Zhernakov, Roman Smalyuk, Artur Pereverzyev, Mykhailo Honchar, Agiya Zahrebelska, Andrii Levus, Ostap Kryvdyk, Dmytro Bibik.
It is still possible to include these proposals in the Annual National Program for 2022, as according to the ANP Regulations, the government must submit a draft Annual National Program for the current year by January 31, 2022. Therefore, the CCO initiated the collection of signatures on the President’s appeal with the above proposals.
Council of Civic Oversight on implementation of Annual National Program under Ukraine-NATO commission aims to facilitate the implementation of reforms and measures envisaged by the Annual National Program to bring Ukraine closer to the NATO Membership Action Plan by monitoring regulatory actions, providing expertise and advocacy. The constituent meeting of the CCO took place on November 29, 2021. The CCO included Serhiy Kvit, Ihor Kozak, Mykhailo Honchar, Yosyf Zisels, Volodymyr Ohryzko, Yuriy Butusov, Anton Senenko, Yulia Kuzmenko, Oleksiy Haran, Ihor Koliushko, and Stefan Romaniv.