The Committee of the Council voted for the budget for three years: salaries will increase to 19 thousand

Ukraine’s first three-year budget declaration was missed for voting under the dome of the RadaPhoto by UNIANPhoto by UNIAN

The Budget Committee of the Verkhovna Rada approved the draft  budget declaration for three years – from 2022 to 2024.

 People’s Deputy Oleksiy Honcharenko announced this on his Telegram channel on July 14.

He notes that this is the first budget project lasting three years. Previously, only annual declarations were accepted.

People’s deputies have planned a significant increase in state budget revenues – from 1219.6 billion UAH in 2022 to 1451.6 billion in 2024 (this is more than 350 billion more than in 2021). t.me/oleksiihoncharenkot.me/oleksiihoncharenko

At the same time, costs will also increase – from UAH 1,417.7 billion to UAH 1,641.5 billion.

In three years, the nominal GDP should increase from 5368.7 billion to 6651 billion hryvnias, and with it the average monthly salary – from 15258 to 19063 hryvnias.t.me/oleksiihoncharenkot.me/oleksiihoncharenko

Deputies also want to fight unemployment – it should fall from 8.5% to 7.8%.

Earlier, Finance Minister Denis Ulyutin announced plans for his department to set a state budget deficit for 2022 of 3.5% of gross domestic product.

We also wrote that in January-June 2021 the general fund of the state budget received UAH 506 billion , which is 5% more than planned.

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(C)UNIAN 2021

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