The Ukrainian government building corridor is too long. The new prime minister rides a scooter.
Ukrainian new Prime Minister Alexei Goncharuk has uploaded a video on the social platform. In the video, he first congratulated the beginning of the new school year in Ukraine, and then showed himself riding a scooter in the government building.
Comprehensive Russian News Agency, "Russia Today" 1st news, Goncharuk released a video on "Facebook" on September 1st, a message to Ukrainian students in the new school year, saying that students return to school on September 1st It was also the first day of his own work in the Ukrainian cabinet.
Goncharuk Facebook screenshot
In the second half of the video, Goncharuk also shared that he often travels by scooter in the government office building.
“There are dozens of offices on every floor, with thousands of staff. The corridors here are long and you can use a scooter to travel.”
According to the announcement of the Ukrainian Government Information Bureau on August 29, the deputy director of the former Presidential Office of the Ukrainian President, Alexei Goncharuk, was elected as the new Prime Minister of Ukraine with 290 votes. According to Uzbekistan, the presidential nominee for the president’s nomination is more than half of the votes in favor of the parliament, that is, at least 226 votes.
Goncharuk said in his speech that the primary task of the new government is to achieve economic growth. In addition, it must improve the national debt policy and resolutely stop corruption. Goncharuk is 35 years old and holds a doctorate in law. In May 2019 he was appointed deputy director of the Office of the President in charge of economic development.
The new Ukrainian government has now completed the formation of the cabinet and has identified a list of new government members, including two deputy prime ministers and 15 ministers. Ukrainian media said that the members of the Ukrainian government are generally young, and most officials have no political background and political experience, which is in line with the idea of Ukrainian President Zelensky’s new government to form a "expert-type and try to draw a clear line with the old political circles."