Ukraine’s industrial development, creation of new jobs with decent average wage in the industrial sector will allow returning Ukrainians from abroad and providing them with new opportunities for self-realization and employment.
"We have many things that need to be preserved and multiplied. Our Western partners would like to apply some of them, while the system of others needs to be changed. These instruments will enable us to bring specialists back to Ukraine," the Head of Government underscored.
The Prime Minister emphasized that most of the processes taking place in Ukraine today are complicated things that require tough solutions. That is why the unrealistic promises of irresponsible politicians to solve everything "already tomorrow" erode the trust of people and the country as a whole.
"We need a responsible policy and the quality of life that enables us to fulfill our potential. We are striving for this. 1, 000 industrial objects were built and reconstructed in Ukraine over the past year. The volume of capital investments exceeded UAH 520 billion. We began to raise the minimum wage, increase real wages. We are still at the beginning of the way, so we can achieve more," the Head of Government emphasized.