“We have enough professionals and people who are worried about the
future of Ukraine. And we are now able to form a government and
implement a strategy of changes that we are proposing,” Klitschko’s
press service quoted him as saying.
“Our team is qualitatively different from the team of ‘statesmen’
from the current Cabinet of Ministers. Therefore, we can form a
government that will work in the interests of the country and citizens,
rather than a group of people who have decided that they privatized
Ukraine,” the politician said.
While commenting on a statement by Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola
Azarov that Klitschko still has to train himself to become a public
figure, for example, by becoming the mayor of Boyarka, he said: “The
authorities are currently extremely concerned about the dynamics of the
support of our party.”