The Cabinet of Ministers intends to submit to the Parliament an updated Action Program of the Government this autumn. This was announced by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal at a conference with Ukrainian media outlets on September 14.
The Head of Government noted that the Government's Action Program, which was developed and approved with a Government resolution, is based on the election program of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
"Now we have renewed it, and this fall we are planning to submit it to the Parliament. It includes the President’s pre-election campaign promises, our international commitments and the implementation of planned reforms," Denys Shmyhal emphasized.
The Prime Minister also stressed that a number of ambitious tasks had been implemented so far, those that had been postponed for a long time. In particular, it is the start of the land market, the beginning of large-scale privatization and judicial reform, and so on. In total, the Government is working on introducing of more than 20 reforms.
"Ukraine can boast a unique situation when the Government team has an opportunity to create, develop, build. And I am proud of belonging to the team of Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Today, we really have the opportunity not to argue on a talk show, but to put into practice what improves our state," the Head of Government noted.