If Zelensky doesn’t dismiss Ukrainian PM, MFA head, he shouldn’t expect too much, – Medvedchuk

Source : 112 Ukraine

The politician also underlined that Klimkin is among those who have to leave their offices among the first, as they missed expectations
22:42, 23 April 2019

The Chairman of the political council of “Opposition Platform – For Life” Viktor Medvedchuk on air of "Maga" TV show

If Volodymyr Zelensky, who gets 73.22% of votes in presidential elections, doesn’t dismiss Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman and Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin, then he shouldn’t expect too much. Viktor Medvedchuk, the chairman of the political council of the Opposition Platform - For Life party said that on air of the Pulse TV show on the 112 Ukraine TV channel.

“I believe, I may be wrong, that still, keeping in mind my professional experience, and I am not wrong in this situation, that Mr. Groysman and Mr. Klimkin and the rest of this team, which is often and on merit called a gang, which brought the country and the people to the point of horror, that we are all living in, resign. And not after parliamentary elections, but now,” he said.

“If the new president leaves this team, then he shouldn’t expect too much, even in the areas where people wait for the first 100 days in office. Because this team has discredited themselves insomuch that bad is the best,” he added.

Medvedchuk also noted that Klimkin is among those who have to leave their offices among the first, as they missed expectations.

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“As for Klimkin, it’s a misunderstanding in this office, I have the right to say this as I have some knowledge in politics. In the policy, that Klimkin had to carry out and realize on behalf of the head of the state as a person who chairs foreign policy. The deed of Mr. Klimkin have never ended up positively for Ukraine and for the interests of our country. That’s why he has to leave not only his office and government, but I don’t’ think there will be place for him in that booth, where he invited Zelensky to,” Medvedchuk summed up.

As it was reported earlier, Viktor Medvedchuk stated that his political force might cooperate with Volodymyr Zelensky only if he states for peace in Donbas and against tariff genocide.

“When I gave the interview for Financial Times, I definitely clearly answered the question that if Mr. Zelensky becomes a president and tries to establish peace and develop economy; I stated that if we see the real actions of Mr. Zelensky in peace issues and formation of economy, we will support such actions of Mr. Zelensky. I confirm it today. If such his actions, after his election as a president takes place, our party will support it, if it corresponds to the things, which are the program of our party that provides the peace plan on the settlement in Donbas and other issues of the changing of the situation in our state,” he said.

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