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The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine requested that President Petro Poroshenko dismiss the head of the Ukroboronprom State Enterprise, Roman Romanov, and expects a new candidate to be nominated by the recently renewed supervisory board of the state enterprise.
"I recently said that I will not work with the head of Ukroboronprom, Romanov. I waited so that perhaps he would decide for himself and resign, but this did not happen. Today I propose that we make the decision and file a petition …
Ukraine can be the safest and most efficient start-up to invest in, as stated by Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman during the Toronto Global Forum on Monday, October 30, which he attended as part of a working visit to Canada.
"Businesses are often looking for those startups that can be invested into in order to get a high-quality business and become successful. I believe that Ukraine can be the safest, most effective start-up, where we can invest and know that we can receive income and develop …
Yuriy Lutsenko, Prosecutor General of Ukraine, signed a letter to the prime minister requesting the dismissal of Finance Minister Oleksandr Danylyuk. He spoke about this on Wednesday, August 23, during a work visit to the Dnipropetrovsk province.
During the visit with the prosecutors of the Dnipropetrovsk province, Lutsenko expressed dissatisfaction with Danylyuk’s work, accusing him, amongst other things, of not increasing the prosecutors’ salaries.
“The thing is that since September, …
Ryanair, the largest European airline, canceled its entry to the Ukrainian market, because the country had no strategic vision for the air transportation industry as a whole, as stated in an interview with Prime Minister Volodymyr Grossman for Novoye Vremya.
"I gathered everyone who had anything to do with it. It is important that we clearly understand the development strategy and where we are going," he said.
The head of the Cabinet noted that he attempted to resolve the issue with Ryanair, …
Volodymyr Groysman, the Prime Minister of Ukraine believes that the country has begun to abuse the involvement of foreigners in power.
“I think that after a certain period of time we started to abuse this. I believe that Ukrainians should build Ukraine. We can, with reasonable certainty invite particular, famous professionals. But generally speaking, we must build our house on our own and this is very important. Yes, we will make some mistakes, so we can do something differently than other …
In his speech for the Day of Ukrainian Peacekeepers, Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman called for a peacekeeping mission to be brought to the Donbas.
“It is already the fourth year of the Russian aggression in Ukrainian territory, from which our soldiers and civilians die on a daily basis, from which the country is bearing unprecedented human, infrastructural and economic losses. Under such circumstances, our state as a reliable partner of the international peacekeeping mission calls …
During his visit to Israel, Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman met with the Speaker of the Knesset, Yuli-Yoel Edelstein and discussed the issue of Israel's recognition of the Holodomor as genocide of the Ukrainian people.
Groysman wrote the following on Facebook on Monday evening.
"I informed the Knesset Speaker that mourning events dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the Holodomor tragedy will be held in Ukraine in 2017-2018. For Ukraine, understanding of Israel in this issue is …
The Prime Minister of Ukraine, Volodymyr Groysman, will make an official visit to Israel on May 14th, IzRus reported, citing sources in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel.
While in Israel, the head of the Ukrainian government will hold a series of meetings with politicians, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry noted that the meeting of the heads of government should mark the end of the crisis in relations between the two countries after Ukraine …
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman announced his intention to sell inefficient state-owned enterprises. According to him, the move would enable Ukraine to attract additional investment and accelerate economic growth.
"We have 3,500 state-owned enterprises in the country. It is absurd, because most of these enterprises are either inefficient, or have become feeders for corrupt officials… My position is as follows: those [enterprises] that are not of national significance and …
On the 20th of February, participants in the blockade of trade with the territories of the Donbas not controlled by Ukraine accepted Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman’s invitation and came to the negotiation table in the hope of resolving the conflict caused by the blockade.
The conflict between the authorities of Ukraine and war veterans in Eastern Ukraine arose after war veterans blocked several railway crossings at the end of January 2017. They are demanding the release of Ukrainian …