DIRECTIONS OF THE STATE REGIONAL POLICY REGARDING ACTIVATION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONS IN THE CONDITIONS OF DECENTRALIZATION
Keywords:sustainable development, region, sustainable development of the region, state regional policy, decentralization
It is established that global trends and Ukrainian realities in the course of a recognized system of sustainable development management of the region prove the strengthening of the role of state regional policy to enhance sustainable development of regions and the country as a whole. It was found that the implementation of state regional policy to promote sustainable development of regions in decentralization can not be considered separately from the reform of administrative-territorial organization, fiscal decentralization, development and promotion of competitive economic principles, strengthening the role of local government. That is why the State Strategy for Regional Development for 2021-2027 defines "coordination of state policy in various areas, achieving efficient use of state resources in territorial communities and regions in the interests of man, state unity, sustainable development of historic settlements and preservation of traditional historical environment, preservation environment and sustainable use of natural resources for current and future generations of Ukrainians ”is one of the key tools of state management of regional development, which contributes to solving the problems of the regions. The purpose of the study is to develop theoretical and practical recommendations for improving and effective use of state regional policy instruments to enhance sustainable development of regions in a decentralized environment (based on the materials of the central regions of Ukraine).Against this background and taking into account the peculiarities of the transformation of the regions of Ukraine in the context of decentralization, it is necessary to study the possibility of using the tools of state regional policy to ensure sustainable development of territories. In the article: the characteristic features of the state regional policy are investigated; the peculiarities of the formation of reserves of the regional development fund are substantiated; the principles of the state regional policy are outlined; the directions of use and volumes, and use of means of the State fund of regional development on an example of the central areas of Ukraine are analyzed; generalized proposals for the introduction of a unified approach to setting priorities in regional strategies is appropriate.
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