The State Fiscal Service of Ukraine may get a new chief, a foreigner, a well-informed source in the cabinet told Interfax.
“The situation in the customs requires urgent measures,” he said.
The job is presently vacant following the dismissal in late September its then head who had got involved in a lengthy conflict with his deputy.
Earlier, Premier Yatseniuk said the running of the customs is to be entrusted to foreign companies to deal with corruption and raise the revenue.
According to State Fiscal Service head Roman Nasirov, western companies Crown Agents and Adam Smith have shown an interest to run Ukraine’s customs.