Ukrainian parliament appoints Alexei Goncharuk as prime minister

Baku, August 30, AZERTAC

The newly-elected Ukrainian parliament at its first session on Thursday voted to appoint Alexei Goncharuk as the country’s prime minister. Goncharuk was proposed by President Vladimir Zelensky and received the support of 290 parliament members, according to TASS news agency.

As he addressed the legislators before the voting, Goncharuk declared that he saw the Ukrainian economy’s growth as the chief task of his Cabinet on the way to resolving all of the country’s other problems. He acknowledged that the new government would have a very hard time.

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