Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky instructed the government to dismiss Vitali Klitschko as head of Kyiv city state administration (KCSA). About it reports “Ukrainian truth” with reference to the press-Secretary of Prime Minister Vasily Riabchuk.
Ryabchuk said that the government had received an official message from the President with a request to consider the dismissal of Klitschko. At the moment the name of a possible successor is not called. The new appointment may not be held before September.
Vitali Klitschko elected mayor of the Ukrainian capital on may 25, 2014. On elections, he won 56.7 per cent of the votes. A month later the former President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko appointed Klitschko head of Kyiv city state administration.