Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomoisky says he is ready to advise future president of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky. This is reported by the Russian channel NTV.
When asked in what status the oligarch plans to work with Zelensky, Kolomoisky replied: "Well, at best, I can give him a piece of advice on something."
“I am ready to help him with advice and sometimes I help him, but this is not a mass phenomenon,” he added.
He added that he had last called Zelensky "two-three days ago" (the interview was published on April 27, but it is unknown when the conversation took place).
Earlier, the leader of the presidential race, Volodymyr Zelensky, said that he did not often meet with Igor Kolomoisky, and their communication mainly concerned business.
After the first round of presidential elections, Petro Poroshenko said that in the second round, "he will compete with a puppet of Igor Kolomoisky." Zelensky in an interview said that with the Ukrainian businessman Igor Kolomoisky, who is one of the beneficiaries of the "1 + 1" TV channel, he has only a business relationship.
On Tuesday, April 23, the Central Election Commission processed 100% of the electronic protocols. According to the results of processing, Volodymyr Zelensky is gaining 73.22% of the vote, Petro Poroshenko - 24.45%. A total of 18 million 63 thousand 850 citizens of Ukraine took part in the voting. The CEC received 196 of the 199 protocols with wet seals.