Ukrainian Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Groysman says he is ready to be responsible for the formation of a new government if he has an opportunity to use the support of the coalition in parliament and create the core of the government from reformists.
"I've seen the accumulation of a critical number of problems we'll have to tackle. And I think that the political forces should aware this – [we need to] find a way out of the situation we're in," he said.
Groysman says he has a clear vision which is based on three positions: firstly, it's an action plan, which "must bring the country out of such a situation;" secondly, there should be a strategy of reform, i.e. "the strategic vision of what economic model needs to be built, thirdly, the quality of administration.
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"I'm sure should I be given an opportunity to use the support of the real, reformist coalition – if they allow the creation of the core of the government from those people who are ready to conduct real, sincere and transparent reforms, I'm ready to take responsibility," Groysman said in his video address posted on the Facebook page on Monday.
He also says that the current "political week is a key one" for finding the way out of the crisis.