First deputy Prime Minister Serhiy Arbuzov called on the MPs to consider and adopt 30 bills during the current plenary week, he said during the Conciliation Board, ForUm correspondent reports.

"The bills, supported by the Rada and the Cabinet of Ministers, are aimed at the implementation of comprehensive reforms to bring the Ukrainian legislation in accordance with the world and the European standards. Their consideration will address a number of pressing issues," Arbuzov said.

According to him, this package has a European law in order to implement solutions of the European Commission experts to improve the position of anti-corruption legislation. In addition, four bills will contribute to the solution of problems in the social sphere, other six are focused on development of the financial system.

Other five governmental bills are devoted to the rule of law and judicial proceedings, improvement of tax and customs policy, and eight – to the issues of national defense and ratification of international agreements.

Arbuzov also asked to amend the law "On the state budget for 2013" regarding payments on bonds of infrastructure facilities. "Each bill is crucial for the Cabinet. Our position remains unchanged - we can resolve important issues for Ukraine only together," the first deputy Prime Minister summed up.

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