Kornienko called the move of the President’s Office an unfulfilled dream

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Kornienko promised to change the furniture in the new office

The move of the authorities from the center to other districts of Kiev is associated with many organizational nuances, recalled the first vice-speaker of the Rada.

The current government has not been able to organize the relocation of central authorities from the center of Kiev. This idea remained an unfulfilled dream. This was stated by the first deputy chairman of the Verkhovna Rada, Alexander Kornienko, in an interview for Interfax-Ukraine, unveiled on Monday 15 November.

“It (the idea – ed.) Remained as an unrealized dream. I think that over time, sooner or later, someone will realize it,” said Kornienko.

He recalled that the move of the authorities from the center to other districts of Kiev is associated with many organizational nuances, including the creation of conditions for the work of representatives of the state guard.

According to Kornienko, so far even the Kiev city state administration does not dare to move, despite the fact that both Kiev mayor Vitaly Klitschko and the Kyiv City State Administration have long wanted to do so – “they are more compact and could be more modern.”

The first vice-speaker believes that when society becomes more modern, the dream of such a move will come true.

“Society will become more modern and at some point it will happen by itself – and politicians, as representatives of a modern society, will understand that they need to move somewhere to Telichka (an industrial zone on the right bank in Kiev – ed.) To an office center”, – said Kornienko.

He also said that he will change the furniture for a more Europeanized version in his new office, where he works after being elected as the first deputy head of parliament.

Recall that the idea of ​​moving the Office of the President was one of the first initiatives teams of Head of State Volodymyr Zelensky. They called the current building on Bankova “a mixture of the university with Pshonka’s house and an attempt at Versailles.”

It was also reported that the move of the President’s Office will cost the budget 300 million hryvnia.

At the same time, Zelensky argued that the President’s Office would move from the center of Kiev, and a museum will be created on Bankova.

But later it was reported that suitable options for moving from Bankova they never found it anywhere else.

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