"Government can carry out unpopular reforms sometimes only when there is stability in the state, the end result of which should be improvement of the well-being of the people," Prime Minister Temir Sariev said at a meeting of the Council for Regulatory Reform.
According to him, Kyrgyzstan has the trust and the consolidation of political forces. Within three days the Parliament approved the new composition, program and structure of the government. This shows trust in the current Cabinet.
"We talk a lot about creation of equal conditions for foreign and local investors. It is necessary to remove all barriers that impede business development. This year, many positions of the Kyrgyz Republic in international rankings indicate that the country has suffieintry progressed in the development . A lot of work has been done, but there is still a lot of goals and objectives to achieve," he said.