Some of the reforms implemented by the previous governments, including the fight against corruption, will be continued, while some of them will undergo changes.
“Reforms are not an end in themselves. Reforms are a tool to improve the life of Ukrainians and make it less corrupt. Of course, we will implement the reforms that have been launched or that have given people some benefits, they will be continued. Meanwhile, some of the reforms may undergo changes. Again, it should not be just a reform, it should produce a result for the people,” Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal said.
He believes that corruption remains one of the biggest problems in Ukraine. And while it was eradicated at the highest levels of authority, the problem was still burning at the middle level.
“Today we are talking about the reforms that should put a number of safeguards against corruption,” the Head of Government added. (Ukrinform/Business World Magazine)