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Poroshenko names priority reforms for 2018

It is noted that this year it is planned to reform the financial, judicial, investment spheres
21:25, 12 January 2018

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Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko announced plans to continue active reform in Ukraine in 2018. The head of state wrote on his Facebook page.

"Next year we must continue to actively reform the country. In particular, a number of bills are planned in the financial, judicial, investment sphere and in the land market," Poroshenko noted.

He added that the number one task for Ukraine is not to lose the pace of fundamental changes.

As it was reported earlier Poroshenko said that the main achievement of 2017 is the introduction of a visa-free regime with the countries of the European Union. He added that medical, educational and pension reforms, as well as large-scale road repairs are also the achievements of the year.

Related: Visa liberalization did not lead to increase of Ukrainians in Poland, - UDSC

The President noted that Ukraine's membership in the European Union and accession to NATO remain strategic goals of the state, but it is not the prospect of 2018.

Earlier, Japan liberalized a visa for a short-stay of Ukrainian citizens starting January 1, 2018

Foreign Ministry of Ukraine noted that a discussion of the expansion of the visa regime between Japan and Ukraine was made during the visit of Kazuyuki Nakane, the Japanese Foreign Minister to Kyiv on November 9.

Related: UK does not consider visa liberalization with Ukraine. - ambassador

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