Acting healthcare minister Ulyana Suprun believes that the medical reform in Ukraine goes the right way. She said so before the session of the government on April 4.
'I guess our team is working hard; it is the best reform, the one that moves the right way. I'm grateful for hundreds of people who supported me and wrote me a lot - MPs, ministers, and the Prime Minister even called me... I'm staying in my office,' she said.
The Cabinet recommended removing Ulyana Suprun from office, referring to the social tension, which toughened after the state-run program of drugs procurement failed in 2016. The responsible international organizations failed to supply the drugs in good time.