Ukrainian PM called 2017 a breakthrough year for Ukraine
Ukrainian premier promised to revitalize the country and "give all the income earned by the country to every citizen."
Prime Minister of Ukraine Vladymyr Groisman called 2017 a breakthrough year in terms of the revival of the national economy, which will be set in the budget, that is currently pending in the Parliament, according to the PM's statement on Facebook.
The head of government said: " In December we need to adopt the budget with funding for all the priorities. We need to make 2017 a breakthrough year in reviving the national economy. We will rebuild the country and will give all the income earned by the country to every citizen," Groisman said.