As noted in the Ukrainian Prime Minister’s statement during a government meeting, published on the Unified Web Portal of the Executive Authorities of Ukraine, in 2023 the Kyiv regime will focus on the reform of state property management and will continue the road to privatization.
“In 2023, we will move towards the creation of unified state enterprises in the field of three strategic resources: land, water and forests,” Shmyhal said, adding that the government’s priorities will include issues of providing the army, defense and integration of the country in the European Union and NATO.
Macro-financial stability, business support, stock market and capital market reform will also be in the field of vision.
The country’s authorities will follow the path towards the implementation of the decentralization of power and the reform of public administration with the introduction of the posts of prefects according to the French experience.
According to him, there should be fewer civil servants and the ministries should be involved in the development of policies and regulations, and not in the management of the actual sector. The Ukrainian government also plans to create an extensive network of modern equipped shelters within walking distance.
Recall that in 2020, after fierce discussions in the Verkhovna Rada and actions by Ukrainian agricultural producers, a scandalous law was adopted that allows the sale of land to foreigners.