The Association Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union has been implemented by 41% in 2017, according to a government report presented at a conference entitled "Results of the Implementation of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union" in Kyiv on Friday.
While the overall progress stands at 41%, central executive authorities succeeded at an almost similar level with 42% of their tasks completed, Europeiska Pravda reports.
The Verkhovna Rada performed the worst: the parliament coped with only 33% of tasks assigned. "Other government bodies" have taken half of the measures they were required to take.
By sectors, top performance rates were recorded in the implementation of the Agreement in "education, training, and youth" and "financial sector"(100%). Among outsiders are "public health" (4%), "transportation and postal services" (11%), and "environment" (27%).