Ukraine misuses the word “reforms”, - ambassador of the Czech Republic
Disbelief and political rivalry hinder consolidation of society
The more Ukrainians hear the word “reforms” without them being implemented in reality, the faster they get disappointed, stated the ambassador of the Czech Republic in Ukraine Ivan Pochuh.
In an interview to Novoe Vremya (New Time) the diplomat explained, that huge disbelief among Ukrainians and among officials hinders consolidation of society.
“The word “reforms” has become very popular, though very often it is misused without complete understanding of its meaning. The more this word is used without the actual implementation of reforms, the faster Ukrainian society gets disappointed and tired”, - Ivan Pochuh added.
“Huge disbelief among the society and officials hinders consolidation. Everyone talk about the need to avoid the mistakes of 2005-2006, but disbelief and rivalry takes up all the energy necessary for the implementation of reforms. Thus, frustration of society is growing”, - the diplomat said.
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