At its session on March 14, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine passed the Government's Priority Action Plan for 2023. According to Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, this document will help to streamline the activities of the Cabinet of Ministers and central executive authorities this year.
"The Government's Action Plan contains more than 500 objectives. These are draft laws, resolutions, programs, and projects. These are positive transformations for both citizens and businesses. These are new reforms. This is the transformation of Ukraine. We have to do it right now not waiting for the end of this war. This is all for our victory. For recovery. For a strong and renewed Ukraine," said Denys Shmyhal.
In particular, the Priority Action Plan includes the following key areas:
- Security and defence
- Integration into the EU and NATO
- Energy security
- Reconstruction of the country
- Macro-financial stability and business support
- Veteran policy
- Safe, accessible, and quality education
- Continued decentralisation and regional development
- Support for citizens in difficult circumstances
- Effective public administration
- Science and innovation for development
- Healthy nation
- Sanctions policy and the rule of law
- Environmental protection
"We set ourselves ambitious and challenging tasks in all areas. Each minister will be personally responsible for the implementation of projects and reforms envisaged for his or her department," the Prime Minister stressed.