Presidential Administration May Move to Ukrainian House
President Volodymyr Zelenskyi has expressed his interest in moving the offices of the presidential administration out of central Kyiv
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Ukraine’s Presidential Administration is considering moving to the Ukrainian House in Kyiv, presidential press secretary Iuliia Mendel has said in a comment to the news outlet LB.ua.
According to the article, at first, the answer was negative. Mendel said that there were plans to move the Presidential Administration further from the city center and that the Ukrainian House did not meet the necessary criteria. However, she confirmed later that this option was indeed being considered.
Volodymyr Zelenskyi said before the second round of Ukraine’s presidential election that he wanted to transfer the Presidential Administration from Bankova Street in Kyiv.
Former Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Dmytro Shymkiv said that moving the Presidential Administration from Bankova Street would cost tens of millions of US dollars.