As stated in the program, the priority is to ensure the stability of our financial system. It is important to take all necessary measures, including restructuring mechanisms, to maintain the strength of our banks. A strong financial system is essential for preserving the real sector’s contributions to production, employment and growth.
Furthermore, it is important to:
- Maintain tight monetary policy and prioritize combatting inflation;
- Overcome economic problems by adhering to the principles of a free market economy;
- Expand rule of law and freedoms, which are important for the investment climate, to levels consistent with advanced democracies;
- Pursue European Union accession and modernization of the Customs Union.
The business community will continue to work to further these objectives for the success of the New Economic Program.