President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky believes that Ukraine requires a full-fledged development strategy. He stated this during his speech to the Verkhovna Rada. The online broadcast was conducted by 112 Ukraine TV channel.
"Ukraine needs a full-fledged development strategy, not for two, three, or five years. We should stop measuring Ukraine's progress by political cadences. We need a clear vision of where and why our economy should move by 2030. I know that such work has been carried out by the government, so together with the results of our state’s audit we are waiting for the presentation of Ukraine's economic vectors by 2030," Zelensky said.
The President noted that the government had conducted a full audit of the state and would present its results within the following two weeks.
As we reported earlier, on August 5, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the State Strategy for Regional Development for 2021-2027.
The strategic goal of regional policy is: to form a cohesive country in social, humanitarian, economic, environmental, and spatial areas; to increase the level of competitiveness of regions; to build effective multilevel governance.