Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukraine's president-elect searches for a person to be employed as his press secretary; the search campaign has been launched on the Web. Zelensky himself confirmed that in his video message on Facebook.
He thanked for the voters' trust and urged people to join the contest. 'If you didn't like this video, or you think you could think of a better script or write it better than me... we're going for the first contest for press secretary of the president of Ukraine', Zelensky said.
The winner of the presidential election in Ukraine added that the perfect candidate for the job would be a person experienced in the media or public sphere. The major condition is advanced Ukrainian and English skills.
On April 30, the Central Election Commission announced the results of the second round of the presidential elections in Ukraine in 2019. Volodymyr Zelensky wins the presidential run with 73,22% of the votes, as Tetyana Slipachuk, the Head of the Central Election Commission, said.
Petro Poroshenko got 24,45% of the votes.