While visiting the section of the highway M-09 Ternopil – Lviv - Rava-Ruska, which is included in Go Highway corridor, Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman stated that in five years Ukraine will have modern roads, as Government Portal reports.
“It’s a part of the implementation of our strategy – to connect all the regional centers of Ukraine in five years. I stress: Ukrainians have a right for riding good roads and they will have better roads,” Groysman said.
He stated that Lviv and Ternopil were finally connected, Lviv – Ternopil with the Black Sea are next, and the Black Sea – with the western points and the EU.
According to the draft budget for 2019, $464,2 million are allocated for the development of the network and maintenance of the public roads.