President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky held a meeting with Serhiy Tihipko, who served as vice prime minister during Yanukovych’s time, concerning probable work of the latter in the government as Zelensky stated.
According to the Ukrainian president, he holds interviews with ‘many people.’
“And I met with Mr. Tihipko. It is true,” the president noted.
Earlier, media published information that President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky might appoint businessman Serhiy Tihipko as Prime Minister of Ukraine instead of Oleksiy Hocharuk.
Serhiy Tihipko served as the Head of the National Bank of Ukraine in 2002-2004; he also worked as a member of the National Security and Defense Council and chaired various governmental committees, councils, and other authorities. He also represented Ukraine in the CIS structures. In 2004, he left politics and focused on managing TAC financial group. In late 2016, he was elected Chairman of the Directors' Board of TAC group. In 2010 he conducted a successful presidential campaign and came third in the election.