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Ukrainian president sets priorities for 2018

"The Anticorruption Court will be a decisive element of Ukraine's new anticorruption architecture."

Ukrainian president sets priorities for 2018
Petro Poroshenko
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Ukraine's priorities for 2018 are privatization, deregulation, elaboration of legislation on national security and the creation of the Anticorruption Court, President Petro Poroshenko has said at the annual reception for heads of foreign diplomatic missions and international organisations accredited in Ukraine, according to Ukrinform.

"In 2018, our priorities in reforms are no less ambitious: privatization, deregulation, improvement of investment climate, the national bureau of financial security, liberal currency legislation, further elaboration of tender legislation, energy, and the legislation on national security," the head of state said.

He also mentioned the creation of the Anticorruption Court among the priorities. According to him, it will be the last and decisive element of Ukraine's new anticorruption architecture.