As reported by a correspondent for Censor.NET, this was said by Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Hroisman at today’s government meeting.
The official stressed that Ukrainian privatization legislation is one of the best in Europe including in terms of investors’ security.
"I clearly understand that there is an example of privatization of the 1990's. But that was no privatization at all as the state-owned property was just sold at rock-bottom prices. Our goal is to sell at best all the assets being no longer of the country’s strategic interest. I would like to stress that strategic enterprises will remain state-owned," Hroisman emphasized.
According to him, it is also necessary to complete creation of the anti-corruption infrastructure: "Creation of the anti-corruption court brings finality to this process."
Hroisman expressed hope that the parliament would succeed in passing the law on the anti-corruption court by June 1.