President Zelensky announced the upcoming resignations in Ukraine's Cabinet. The head of state noted this in an interview on the Inter TV channel.
"I believe that the problem of some of our ministers is that they start chatting a lot when there is nothing to show. There are some managers in our state today who need a lot of time to get prepared. We do not have time for this," Zelensky answered the journalist's question about the possible personnel replacements in the government.
As for the work of MPs, Zelensky said that “if our lawmakers are going to do their job - to write the laws, listen to the voters, introduce the reforms, and not vice versa - to fight the president, stop the reforms - I don’t see reasons for the dissolution of the Supreme Glad to Ukraine and the change in the leadership of the Verkhovna Rada."
As reported before, some personnel changes took place in the National Police. August 11, head of Kyiv Police, Andriy Kryshchenko, said that he had submitted a letter of resignation. On the same day, Minister of Internal Affairs Denys Monastyrsky introduced the new head - Police Colonel Ivan Vyhovsky.
August 4, the Cabinet of Ministers dismissed Anton Herashchenko from the office of the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs. He wrote a letter of resignation. Herashchenko was Deputy of the Interior Minister Arsen Avakov.