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 Yatseniuk elaborated on Verkhovna Rada and Cabinet joint action plan before year's end

According to Prime Minister of Ukraine Arsenii Yatseniuk, the Verkhovna Rada and the Cabinet of Ministers have got a joint action plan to be fulfilled by the end of the year.

As reported by Censor.NET referring to Ukrinform, Prime Minister of Ukraine Arsenii Yatseniuk said it in a televised interview.

"What is our common agenda? First of all, it is the unity of the coalition, political will, and responsibility of every member of the parliament, the president, the prime minister, and the government for the country's fate. The people of Ukraine have entrusted this responsibility to us and they have every right to ask each of us about the results of our work," Yatseniuk said.

Secondly, in his opinion, the parliament should adopt the key laws for Ukraine to get the visa-free regime. The third step is the continuation of the reforms.

"We are talking about a package of laws with respect to education and health systems. It is also about the formation of a new state bureau of investigation, as everyone is talking about the fact the prosecution fails to perform its function. That is why the government insists on the withdrawal of the investigation function from prosecutor's office as well as on the establishment of an independent state bureau of investigation," the PM said.

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Another joint step of the Ukrainian authorities will be forming a fair budget for 2016.

"The budget is not a political fiction but figures. We need to spend only what is earned. And in order to earn more, the parliament should pass laws on deregulation and transparent and fair privatization," the head of government said.

According to him, Ukraine needs investments for economic growth, increase of jobs, revenues, and, respectively, increase of social standards.

"This is the agenda the parliament should be through with by the end of this year. On Dec. 11, the government of Ukraine will report to the Ukrainian people and the parliament on results of its yearly work," the PM concluded.

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