Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Yury Kostyuk stated that the relocation of the president’s team from Bankova Street is still planned as Novoye Vremia reported.
“Yes, we want to move. And we do everything to find the right variant, which will be quick and fiscal and during which it will be possible to observe all necessary security measures,” Kostyuk stated.
According to him, it is very difficult for president’s team to work in the building at Bankova Street.
He stated that the building of the Administration of President looks like “a mixture of the university, house of Pshonka (ex-Prosecutor General of Ukraine 2010-2014) and attempt to make Versailles but undone and budget”. Kostyuk added that the windows are always closed in the building and Wi-Fi works badly “due to the security measures”. He added that it is impossible to hide behind “security” always and there can be no problems with Wi-Fi in the 21st century.
“When we spent four days here, we understood that we should overcome any present difficulties and move out of here,” Kostyuk noted.
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