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KIEV, April 07 /ITAR-TASS/. Within two years, Ukraine will foster economic growth, Verkhovna Rada-appointed Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk told the Inter television channel in a live broadcast on Sunday night.
Yatsenyuk said, "There are currently two options in existence for the development of the economic situation: to employ therapy and get a healthy country or not to treat it (the country), practise default, which would signify its economic demise". "It is essential to cure the country and render it successful," Yatsenyuk pointed out.
He also assured audiences that the government has available a realistic programme for combating corruption. "I have already assigned the Minister of the Interior to organize a special unit of law enforcers at the Ministry on the basis of an organization for combating economic crime," the Premier said, adding that "The personnel of law enforcement agencies will declare corruption".
With this end in view, Yatsenyuk promised to set high salaries for law enforcers and provide them with material and technical means.