Dmytro Shymkiv, Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration claimed that he was resigning. He claimed this at the briefing on August 31.
‘The main objective of mine was the transformation of the country, moving it forward, promoting its interests in the world, the formation of teams, which implement reforms in Ukraine. Today, the key reforms and initiatives are initiated: 3G and 4G are in Ukraine, National Reform Parliament and National Investment Council are forged and operating, the process is organized and people are trained. This is why having fulfilled the set tasks, I decided to get back to what inspires me, to business,’ Shymkiv said.
Serhii Marchenko, who was Vice-Minister of Finances, replaced Dmytro Shimkiv at the position of the Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration. It became known during the joint briefing on Friday.
‘I would like to congratulate Serhii Marchenko on the appointment, and continuation of the initiatives, which were initiated by the President of Ukraine, would like to wish best practices, interesting results. Serhii has a huge experience both in the Presidential Administration and in the Cabinet of Ministers, precisely, regarding financial matters, financial reforms. I congratulate him on this appointment and anticipating the continuation of the reforms movement, which was started,’ Dmytro Shymkiv said this after his report on the resignation.
Serhii Marchenko himself thanked for the appointment.
‘Thanks, Dmytro Shymkiv for the word he has said… I will try to conduct the cases, which he started, and bring them until the end and those decisions, which we initiated. I have received a proposition from the Head of the Presidential Administration to take his office. It was negotiated with the President. I have accepted the proposition. And in this time, in the following months, years, I am planning to work in the Presidential Administration, planning to implement the course of the President of Ukraine, the course of the reforms of the President of Ukraine,’ Serhii Marchenko said.
Reportedly, Serhii Marchenko resigned from the position of the Vice-Minister of the Finances in July of the current year.