Groysman tells Danish premier about Ukrainian government’s priorities

Groysman tells Danish premier about Ukrainian government’s priorities

The course towards European integration, carrying out of reforms and improving the situation in the state are the main priorities of the new Ukrainian government.

Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said this at a meeting with Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, who is on an official visit to Ukraine, a Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“European and Euro-Atlantic integration remains our priority. We should renew the country’s economic growth, we will deepen and speed up reforms in the areas of justice and fighting corruption,” Groysman said.

According to the Ukrainian prime minister, the government plans to focus on the recovery of the national economy. “I would like to stress that the issues connected with developing agriculture are still priorities of development,” Groysman added.

The Ukrainian premier also noted that one of the main tasks for the government is to improve the conditions for doing business in Ukraine. “We know our problems in the sphere of tax legislation,” he said.

In addition, according to Groysman, Rasmussen’s visit to Ukraine is undoubtedly a historical one, as this is his first to Ukraine and this is the first international meeting of the new Ukrainian government that was formed only last week.


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