Ukraine is interested in adopting Azerbaijan’s experience in improving the provision of services to the population, Ukrainian MP Larysa Bilozir said in an interview with Eastern Europe bureau of Report.
“We are now working with the administrative services center (ASAN service). Here, too, there is a lot to learn from Azerbaijan. We saw that everything is taking place in one center, i.e., you have all services, not only administrative but also social ones provided in one place. Even as far as the police are concerned, I mean the issuance of driver’s licenses, passports - you have everything in one place. Even utilities can be paid there in advance. Everything is in one place, and you don’t have to walk through different structures. We also have administrative services centers, but we have a small problem - the ministries don’t want to share part of their powers because this is money, receipts, special funds,” she said.
“You have gone a lot ahead of us, but we are trying very fast to implement this in Ukraine and provide services in one place in the administrative services centers,” the MP added.
She noted that Ukraine is adopting Azerbaijan’s experience in this area: “You have established this very well. I would like to go to Azerbaijan and see how it works... Next year, I will definitely find an opportunity, and together with the members of the subcommittee, we would like to see everything with our own eyes.”