Monopoly breakup, corruption fighting among Grybauskaite’s third year priorities

  • 2012-06-19

Dalia Grybauskaite. Photo by Pesident's office.

VILNIUS - President Dalia Grybauskaite's priorities for her third year are a breakup of monopolies, corruption fighting, fiscal discipline, promotion of the economic growth and practical aspects of different energy projects, says Nerijus Udrenas, presidential adviser on economic and social policy issues.

"The most important goals are, undoubtedly, the implementation of the key energy projects, involving the building of the liquefied natural gas terminal, a smooth connection to the European power grid and construction of the new nuclear power plant. Then of course follows the incorporation of fiscal discipline in the national law and promotion of the economic growth ()," he said on the radio Ziniu Radijas Tuesday morning.

The presidential advisor also named making the heating, waste management, biofuel and monopolistic sectors more transparent, strengthening the role of the state in these fields, the fight against corruption and judicial reform as priorities for the president's third year of mandate.

Dalia Grybauskaite assumed the president's post in July 2009