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Prime Minister summarizes activities of Government in 2016 with the students
23.12.2016 | 16:11
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARIAT OF THE CMU

Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman met on Friday with students of the National Technical University of Ukraine Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute.

The Prime Minister presented the results of activities of the Government in pursuing reforms in 2016.

"The year of 2016 has become the beginning of a major overhaul of the country that actually covers all spheres of life," said the Prime Minister.

He noted that over 25 years of independence, Ukraine has succeeded as a great European state. At the same time, the state cannot escape the difficult conditions it found itself in.

According to him, institutional, economic, defensive, legal incapacities of the country have led to the challenges we are confronting today. That is why it is vital to solve a lot of systemic problems that require significant work.

"The essential objective, an objective for our Government is to ensure that each of you, each Ukrainian citizen waking up every morning realized that he has a future, satisfaction from life, he said. Id prefer each Ukrainian citizen be happy."

"My job as Prime Minister is to spare no effort to ensure that we could create proper environment in our beautiful country, in which anyone can predict and understand what we can achieve in 5-10 years, in which we would build our life the way we deserve and we would respond appropriately to the challenges we are facing these days," stressed Volodymyr Groysman.

He noted that after the formation of the new Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine the situation in the country could stabilize.

"Our main goal was to stabilize the economic situation in our country, to end the political crisis and to ensure sustainable development," accentuated the Head of Government.

The Prime Minister also told about plans of Government for 2017 and core priorities of the Budget for next year recently approved by Ukraines Parliament.

 

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