Andriy Lyubka: What do we need to make progress in 2018?

Uzhgorod.in  28 December 2017 19:33  191168476 0170085
Andriy Lyubka: What do we need to make progress in 2018?

We continue to analyze the year 2017 and reflect on the year 2018, together with outstanding Transcarpathians.

Here's how the famous writer, traveler Andriy Lyubka sums up the passing year.

First of all, he points out three most significant events of the year:

1. Granting of visa-free regime to Ukraine;

2. Adoption of the Law "On Education", through which the Ukrainian language will begin to develop, and successful Ukrainization in general (movies, quotas on the radio, books);

3. The release of 73 Ukrainian hostages from the "republics of Pithecanthropists".

Lyubka also gives a prediction for the coming year:

"The next year, everyone will start preparing for the elections, which gives a chance that the government will be promoting reforms more actively. I am most interested in the fight against corruption and lustration, because until we separate the government and the money (and at the level of local self-government too), there will be no progress."

The wishes from Andriy, as always, are witty and about simple joys of life:

"I want to wish Transcarpathians snowy winter, repaired roads, and lots of mushrooms in the forests!".

And this is how media worker Mykhailo Nosa summed up the year 2017 and gave predictions for 2018.

Tags: significant events, marathon of impressions, results of the year, prediction, outstanding Transcarpathians, Andriy Lyubka, 2017, passing year, wishes, 2018

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