Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman announced his resignation.
“The Government resigns before the newly elected Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, but not before the newly elected President. However, I have arrived at a decision to resign immediately after the next Rada meeting on Wednesday," Groysman stated.
The Prime Minister also noted that with Volodymyr Zelensky’s decision to dissolve the parliament, the newly elected president «assumed full responsibility for the future threats on the agenda."
“After the new president was elected, I said that I was aware of future challenges and threats. I offered the president and the parliament to jointly form a new agenda and quickly begin adopting decisions that will make Ukraine stronger. The president chose a different path,” Groysman said.
“In the new parliament, I will form a professional team that will be able to serve the state and make Ukraine successful,” the Prime Minister added.
Groysman did not answer the journalists’ questions.
As “Apostrophe” reported earlier, the newly elected president Volodymyr Zelensky announced the dissolution of parliament during his inauguration. Read more in the article: Dissolution of the Verkhovna Rada: restarting the old system or creating a new crisis in Ukraine". .