Linkevicius: Lithuania expects reforms and progress from Ukraine’s new government
According to the Minister, the new Cabinet should focus on economy and privatization
Lithuania expects reforms and progress from the new government of Ukraine, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevicius stated in an interview to “112 Ukraine” TV channel.
“We are watching political situation in Ukraine very closely. We believe the new government must be shaped as soon as possible and include people aimed at reforms, decisions and progress, because time does not wait”, - Linkevicius pointed out.
Linkevicius stated, that he would like to see decisions concerning implementation of budget, fiscal limitations and implementation of IMF requirements.
“A lot should be done in the fields of economy and privatization of state companies”, - he added.
“Block of Petro Poroshenko” expects that the new Cabinet chaired by Volodymyr Groysman will be approved on April 14.
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