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  • Government determined 10 priorities for 2023: citizens' security and restoration of Ukraine are among those

    During the Government meeting, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal named 10 key priorities of the Government this year. In particular, among those is the component of citizens' security, because Ukraine is dealing with a cynical and insidious enemy who is at war with the civilian population.

    In 2023, the security infrastructure will be actively created. This is an extensive network of modern equipped shelters within walking distance.

    Another key priority is the energy front. Among the most crucial: to successfully complete the heating season, restore the damage caused by russian barbarians, ensure the uninterrupted operation of critical infrastructure, enhance the security of energy facilities, especially nuclear power plants.

    Restoration of Ukraine is also among the priorities.

    Thus, the Government's priorities for 2023 are:

    1. Provision of the army, defense and security.

    2. Integration of Ukraine into the EU and NATO.

    3. Energy front.

    4. Restoration of Ukraine.

    5. Macrofinancial stability and business support programs.

    6. Veteran policy.

    7. Education.

    8. Continuation of decentralization reform.

    9. Implementation of mandatory pension savings, reform of the stock market and capital market.

    10. Reform of state property management and public administration reform.

    "I am confident that 2023 will be the year of our Victory. This means that all territories of our state will be liberated from the invader and we will begin to restore free Ukraine. That is why the reintegration of the de-occupied territories is one of the priorities of the Government this year. We already have an approved Action Plan for executive and local authorities, and we know how to rebuild the liberated settlements. The restoration of liberated Ukrainian cities and villages is the foundation of our future," said Deputy Prime Minister - Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Iryna Vereshchuk.