Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk hopes that the Verkhovna Rada will not go on vacation, as long as the elected officials will not accept the reform laws.
"I hope that members of the Ukrainian Parliament will not rest until, as long as the entire package of laws necessary for the government, will be voted in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine ", - said the Prime Minister Yatsenyuk in the program "10 minutes with Prime Minister"
according to his statement, from 180 of the laws of the Cabinet of Ministers today, more than 100 still has not been adopted, And that the laws that are needed to reform the country, among them the narrative is on the law of the battle against illegal activities of officials And are required to obtain foreign investment.
"this week we will have a challenging agenda. Over the past three months, the government appeals to the Parliament to vote for the laws that allow us to attract Ukraine with the addition of more than 3 billion U.S. dollars from the IMF, world Bank, governments of different countries, And, unfortunately, there is a delay, " - said Yatsenyuk.
The Prime Minister said that next week the Parliament is obliged to adopt a package of laws that enable the country to receive 3, 2 billion dollars to stabilize the exchange rate And the situation in the economy." I am confident that members of Parliament will support the government And the President ", - said the Prime Minister.
The second package of laws, according to his statement, applies a visa-free regime, the third package of laws on reforming the law enforcement system.
"It will be hard to get a Ukraine visa-free regime, because a lot of new conditions And requirements of the European partners put in relation to Ukraine. I must add, that never had a chance to say that Ukraine is something not done, " said the Prime Minister.
Next week is intended to be the last plenary for decision makers this summer. However, the head of the Rada Volodymyr Groysman stated that the elected officials will be collected And after this week for meetings if necessary a vote for the laws.