The Verkhovna Rada extended the moratorium on the opening of enforcement proceedings, forced collection of funds and the initiation of bankruptcy cases of state-owned coal mining enterprises. This was announced by the first deputy head of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on tax and customs policy, Yaroslav Zheleznyak.
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243 people’s deputies voted for the adoption of the corresponding bill No. 10086 in the second reading.
The purpose of the adoption of the bill is in the explanatory note states “preventing the liquidation of state-owned coal mining enterprises by establishing a moratorium on their bankruptcy for the period until January 1, 2025.”
In addition, the adopted law provides for the introduction of a moratorium on debt collection, seizure of property and funds in enforcement proceedings, according to which the debtor is the state-owned enterprise “Eastern Mining and Processing Plant”.
The law also provides for the suspension of enforcement actions and measures of enforcement of decisions (including the seizure of property and funds) of distribution system operators (“oblenergo” “), carrying out the distribution of electrical energy in the occupied territories, as well as territories where, as of the end of 2023, hostilities were taking place.