The achievements include relative stability of the currency over past six months, establishment of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau, restructuring of the state debt, IMF support programs, new corruption-free police, and other.
Ukraine was included in the five most painful economies in which to live and work according to Bloomberg survey data that make up the so-called misery index for 2015.
EU finance ministers agreed on Tuesday to loan Ukraine 1.8 billion euros ($2.0 billion) to help save it from bankruptcy, leaving open the option of increasing aid at a later stage.
European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy Johannes Hahn is planning the next visit to Ukraine.
Ukraine wants the International Monetary Fund to combine the expected third and fourth tranches of a $17 billion dollar bailout package for a total of around $2.2 billion.
Experts advise to start saving money for retirement since youth in light of world tendency of population aging.