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  • Volodymyr Groysman: Attempts of certain political forces to undermine the situation are irresponsible and ruining to the country
    posted 16 November 2016 12:52

    Attempts to destabilize the situation in the country and plunge it into turmoil are devastating to the state, that has just embarked on the economic growth path, and its citizens. Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman announced during the Cabinet’s session on Wednesday.

    The Head of Government noted that certain political forces were trying to undermine the situation in the country by seasoning with various "sauces", slogans and motives.

    Volodymyr Groysman told that over the past few months they had been speculating on different sectors, such as: the agricultural sector, and the banking sector, tariffs, and all the rest. “What for? Has anyone a desire to destabilize the situation in the country, as this is the essence of his life, or has anyone other reasons? But all of these reasons are absolutely devastating to the country. Today we should focus not on trying to jeopardize the situation, but concentrate on how to ensure economic growth. And this is possible only through the normal pragmatic policy," urged Volodymyr Groysman.

    "The fact that Ukraine has survived - it is the Ukrainian people who survived. The fact that we have achieved a growing trend in the economy – all these should be maintained rather than again trying to plunge the country into the abyss," emphasized the Prime Minister.

    The Ukrainian Government is working hard to ensure that economic growth be tangible for each Ukrainian citizen, he said.

    "We are not magicians. It is impossible to create a stronger growth for one day, one month, six months. But in the short term, we can see quite a sustainable development of our economy, of living conditions. Our main goal is to ease people’s lives, to ensure decent wages and to provide safety in the streets of Ukrainian villages, cities and towns. Regarding sectoral reforms, which we are carrying out, these should improve quality of life," summed up Volodymyr Groysman.