Armed forces provision, EU and NATO integration, energy sector and reconstruction are among the main priorities and directions Ukraine will pursue in 2023. Ukrainian Prime Minister Shmykhal made the announcement in a statement at a government meeting on January 3.
“We are all working continuously to make this year a victorious one. From this year on we have a clear understanding of how to counter the enemy, how to secure the front line and hold the rear. We must stay united and act as one, so today I am announcing the Government’s priorities and key directions for moving forward in 2023. The stuff was announced by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in his annual speech.” Denys Shmyhal emphasized.
According to the prime minister, the government’s priorities for 2023 are:
1. Supporting the military, maintaining defense and security.
2. Integration of Ukraine into the EU and NATO.
3. Energy front.
4. Reconstruction of Ukraine.
5. Macro-financial stability and business support programs.
6. Veteran Policy.
8. Continuation of decentralization reform.
9. Introduction of compulsory pension contributions, stock market and capital market reforms.
10. State property management reform and administrative reform.
Denys Shmyhal emphasized that 2023 will be the year of victory for Ukraine. “We do everything possible to this end. We help the army, whose shoulders our freedom rests, and whose hands build our victories.”