Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman at a government meeting
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman accused the city head of Lviv Andrey Sadovy unwillingness to solve the “garbage problem” of the city. About this he wrote on his page in Facebook.
“An hour ago had a phone conversation with the Lviv city mayor Andriy Sadovyi. He said that those polygons that we agreed during the last of my arrival in Lviv, I refuse to continue to take Lviv garbage. Honestly, just like human beings, understand their position, and told Mr. Andrew. They don’t see the desire to solve the problem, but only constant delays. So, apparently not, because I do not know how long it will continue,” the statement reads.
Groisman “was struck by one fact”: when a Garden told him that he had already told all the town heads, the “refuse”.
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“But my question is, with whom and when he spoke on this subject last time, said they spoke to the head of Vitali Klitschko… around 1.5 months ago! As a former mayor, I always try to help municipal presidents, who turn to me. I have repeatedly intervened in the situation, ready to intervene again. But I think that in the end, Mr. Andrew would have had to start to solve this problem and not to seek again, who prevents him,” wrote the Prime Minister.
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Recall that the city is in a critical situation with the garbage disposal. Garden said that the last polygon, with which the contract was made on the utilization, refused to accept the waste.
President Petro Poroshenko lashed out at the mayor of Lviv because of the situation with the garbage. He said that the Garden “for two and a half mayor of the time not able to solve the most pressing municipal issue and was literally covered with garbage most beautiful European city of Ukraine.”
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