This was stated by Deputy Minister of Justice on Issues of the Executive Service Sergey Shklyar during the scientific and practical conference "Reform of executive proceedings: present and future", organized by the Ministry of Justice jointly with the Association of Private Performers of Ukraine and the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, with the support of the Agency's Program USAID "New Justice", the European Union Project "Support to Justice and Justice Reforms in Ukraine (LAW-JUSTICE)" and the Center for Commercial Law (Uk raine).
According to Sergey Shklar, within a year and a half after the enactment of the relevant laws, the Ministry of Justice has made a huge amount of work in the direction of implementing this comprehensive reform: a legal framework has been prepared, an automated system of executive proceedings has been introduced, a Single Debtors' Register has been established, an institution of private executors already started their work and created a self-regulatory organization.
"We have done a lot and have advanced far in the direction of improving the enforcement of court decisions in Ukraine. But, of course, we still have something to work on. To do this, we gathered here: to outline the problematic moments and find ways to address them ", - said Sergey Shklyar.
The Deputy Minister also noted that the institutional, procedural issues, issues of interaction between executors and other aspects of enforcement proceedings discussed during the event will result from the publication of a collection of scientific works on the specified topics.
"It is noteworthy that today's conference takes place in the walls of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University and leading scholars in the field of execution of court decisions are involved in it. I want to emphasize that we will achieve a tangible result only through joint efforts and in close cooperation with scientists, practitioners, international experts and the judiciary, "said Sergey Shklyar.
In turn, the chairman of the Supreme Court, Valentin Danishevska, at the conference was present at the conference. "We all understand and know that judicial protection is ghostly, if the court decision is not implemented. Judicial reform and the creation of a new Supreme Court sought to restore confidence in the judiciary. After all, if there is no fair trial in the country, then there is no democratic state. Therefore, as representatives of the judicial system, we are very dependent on whether you can make a breakthrough in the implementation of decisions. "
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