Zelensky called the main goal of Ukraine's policy “the inevitability of change”

He & nbsp; also outlined the main directions of his policy for & nbsp; realizing this goal:

    < li> Vaccination and & nbsp; revaccination against & nbsp; coronavirus of the absolute majority of the population of Ukraine. According to & nbsp; he said, it is impossible to determine how many more waves of the pandemic will have to survive, but a full course of vaccination of the population can be a prerequisite for & nbsp; to “ forget '' about & nbsp; quarantine.
  • Continuation of judicial reform. He called this reform a “ graft '' against 'corruption and & nbsp; bias of judges.' and & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & raquo ;.
  • Continuing infrastructure reform & nbsp; & mdash; 'the largest update in & nbsp; last 50 years' Ukraine.

He & nbsp; also recalled that & nbsp; from & nbsp; May this year in & nbsp; Ukraine, the law on & nbsp; oligarchs comes into effect ; answer & nbsp; any hit & nbsp; & mdash; internal or external. '' “ The future life of Ukraine depends on & nbsp; the success of 2022 '', & nbsp; & mdash; concluded the Ukrainian leader.

In the & nbsp; New Year's address, Zelensky called his main goal to end the war in & nbsp; east of Ukraine. He & nbsp; pointed out & nbsp; the need to “ remove the demarcation line in & nbsp; head & raquo;, and & nbsp; then, according to & nbsp; and & nbsp; the front in & nbsp; Donbass will disappear.

By his first decree in & nbsp; 2022, the President of Ukraine appointed the Commander of the Force the territorial defense of the country's Armed Forces of General Yuri Galushkin, who took part in & nbsp; military operations in & nbsp; Kosovo in & nbsp; 2001 & mdash; 2002 and & nbsp; & nbsp; east of Ukraine from & nbsp; 2014.

In & nbsp; November 2021 Zelensky signed the law on & nbsp; prevention of threats to national security associated with & nbsp; influence of oligarchs. The law provides for a prohibition for & nbsp; persons officially referred to & nbsp; oligarchs, to make contributions (directly or through & nbsp; other persons) to & nbsp; budgets of political parties, and & nbsp; also to be a buyer or a beneficiary of a buyer of large privatization objects.



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