G7 Ambassadors encourage Groysman to further IMF program and fight against corruption
According to G7 Ambassadors, fight against corruption is of utmost importance
G7 Ambassadors encourage Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman to continue implementing the program of International Monetary Fund and fight against corruption, it is said in the official statement of G7 on the occasion of appointment of Volodymy Groysman PM on official website of the embassy of the United Kingdom.
“We know Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman well and are looking forward to cooperating with him. Currently it is very important that the new Prime Minister chair a strong, united, responsible and reform-oriented government”, - the statement reads.
“We also encourage him to continue the implementation of IMF program and make the fight against corruption a priority”, - G7 Ambassadors added.
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