The newly-shaped Ukrainian government will continue to perform the measured fiscal policy and comprehensive cooperation with the International Monetary Fund, as well as other bond creditors of Ukraine. The Cabinet's press office reported that quoting Denys Shmygal, the newly appointed Prime Minister.
"The change of government means that we want even more proficient and fast reforms in Ukraine (...) Reaching the long-term welfare of citizens of Ukraine and sustainable economic development is our common goal", the Premier said.
He also admitted that the government is ready for new challenges and it will carry on walking the path of integration with the European Union.
Earlier, Shmygal also claimed that the opportunity to open the land sale market to foreigners should be discussed at the nationwide referendum.
The new Prime Minister was appointed during the extraordinary session of the Ukrainian Parliament on Thursday, March 6. New Prime Minister Denys Shmygal also presented the members of his Cabinet.