The President, the Parliament and the
Government constitute a single team of Ukraine that should assume the
commitment to settle the situation in the country and make all necessary
decisions together. This was announced by Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman on air in an
interview with "24 channel” on Wednesday, April 20.
"I am in the team of Ukraine. Together
with the President, together with the Parliament, with the entire Government -
we are one team that should assume responsibility," said Volodymyr Groysman.
The Head of Government noted that it is crucial
to intensify the cooperation between the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the Cabinet of Ministers and the President
of Ukraine. "The President, the Parliament, the Government constitute
those three institutions, which can take common decisions", stressed Volodymyr Groysman.
The Prime Minister said that he had adopted a
goal of changing the system of collaboration among the branches of government,
in particular between the Parliament and the Government. In this context, he
noted the important role and the statist position of Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andrii Parubiy to promote the interaction among the institutions.
"We must elaborate joint decisions first, and then enshrine them in
laws," he urged.
"I am committed to facilitate the
unification of all branches of government aimed at achieving the objectives.
Here is my task. This is how I see my duty", stressed Volodymyr
The PM accentuated that he has no political
ambitions, but is eager to perform his duties properly and efficiently. "I
have the only ambition - I want to efficiently do the job I was empowered to
do. For me it is important. I enjoy pleasure when we manage to achieve
something, to solve any profound problem, to the extent possible, to change the
world for the better. And nothing else matters", he said.
"I have one commitment to the Ukrainian
people – to faithfully implement my duties when the country is facing such
extremely difficult challenges", summed up the Head of Government.