: Ukrainian government publishes Action Plan for 2016

12:29 Mar. 15, 2016

Ukrainian government publishes Action Plan for 2016

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (UNIAN Photo)

An independent European country and decentralization among the key issues

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has released its Action Plan for 2016, the government press service reported, according to UNIAN. 

The plan includes 379 specific, functional goals to be reached by the government jointly with the parliament and the president.

"Each task clearly sets forth activities, responsible executors, deadlines and expected results," a statement reads.

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The action plan presented by the government focuses on four main priorities: an independent European country; decentralization - the national development strategy; responsibility for everyone; favorable conditions for businesses.

The full text of the document is available on the government website, in Ukrainian.

Reporting by UNIAN

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