The following 2018, all branches of government must work together seamlessly and the result, said MP of Ukraine, first Deputy Chairman of the party “Block of Petro Poroshenko” Igor Kononenko at the final annual report of the Ministry of infrastructure of Ukraine.

Summing up 2017, the MP noted considerable achievements in the field of infrastructure.

“We have something to report and something to be proud of. In the first place, voted by the Parliament act, which established the Road Fund. This gives us the opportunity next year to use the unprecedented money – 45 billion UAH for construction, reconstruction and repair of roads in the country. Incorporated in the state budget UAH 7 billion. on some roads, such as Lviv–Vinnitsa–Kropiwnicki–Nikolaev–Odessa, Kiev–Dnipro– Druzhkivka, Kharkov–Sumy and Zhytomyr–Chernivtsi. I am sure that the Ukrainians will feel that the quality of roads, road infrastructure improves . And our plans include the repair and reconstruction of the following year 4,000 kilometers of roads, ” – said the politician.

I. Kononenko noted that a key challenge for Ukraine to 2018 is the question of the development of lowcost – cheap air travel. Now the Ukrainians have already received visa-free regime, and citizens were able to feel how it is, without interference to travel around Europe.

He also stressed on the reform and modernization of sea ports, as well as their effective use. The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine voted for the bill on General privatization of large infrastructure projects, which greatly simplifies the procedure of privatization, concession of the ports and attract investment to strategic assets of the country.

However, according to the MP, there are certain achievements in the field of Railways. However, Parliament expressed readiness for the development and adoption of the necessary legislation, which relates to the development of this direction.

“It is important that next year, like this, all branches of government worked together, in unison towards a common goal,” concluded his speech I. Kononenko.