President of Ukraine Zelensky called the main goal of his policy “the inevitability of change” Zelensky called 2022 “decisive” for Ukraine. Among the main directions of his policy this year, he named vaccination against COVID, the fight against corruption and oligarchs, the launch of a genuine stock market
For Ukraine, 2022 will be “ decisive '', the country faces the main goal & mdash; “ the inevitability of change, '' said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in a programming column published in Novoye Vremya magazine.
He also outlined the main directions of his policy to achieve this goal:
- Vaccination and revaccination against coronavirus of the absolute majority of the population of Ukraine. According to him, it is impossible to determine how many more waves of the pandemic will have to be experienced, but a full course of vaccination of the population may be a prerequisite for “ forgetting '' on quarantine.
- Continuation of judicial reform. He called this reform the “ graft. '' against the “ corruption and bias of judges. ''
- Strengthening the financial sector, the National Bank and anti-corruption institutions, as well as launching a 'second tier pension system' and 'genuine stock market'.
- Continuing infrastructure reform & mdash; 'the largest update in the last 50 years' Ukraine.
He also recalled that the law on oligarchs will come into force in Ukraine since May.
According to him, the listed areas will change and strengthen the country so that Ukrainians can always “ respond to any blow ''; internal or external. '' “ The future life of Ukraine depends on the success of 2022, '' & mdash; concluded the Ukrainian leader.
In his New Year's address, Zelensky called his main goal to end the war in eastern Ukraine. He pointed out the need to “ remove the line of demarcation in the head, '' and then, according to him, the front in Donbass will disappear.
By his first decree in 2022, the President of Ukraine appointed General Yuri as Commander of the Territorial Defense Forces of the country's Armed Forces Galushkin, who took part in military operations in Kosovo in 2001 – 2002 and in eastern Ukraine since 2014.
In November 2021, Zelensky signed a law on preventing threats to national security associated with the influence of oligarchs. The law prohibits persons officially classified as oligarchs from making contributions (directly or through other persons) to the budgets of political parties, as well as being a buyer or beneficiary of a buyer of large privatization objects.
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