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100 days of the presidency: Zelensky interviewed by actor from TV series "Servant of the People"

28.08.2019, 15:12
Photo credit: Volodymyr Zelensky accorded an interview on his 100 days in office of president to an actor Stanislav Boklan, who played Prime Minister n the TV series "Servant of the People". The interview is to be broadcasted on August 31 by “1+1” TV channel, as Ukrinform reported. The trail of the interview is available on “1+1” TV channel and on Facebook of “Quarter 95”. In a video announcement, actor Stanislav Boklan addresses the head of state: “Hello, Mr. President Goloboro… Excuse me. Zelensky. It's me, your former prime minister. " The actor said him that during these 100 days of his presidency, Ukrainians had many questions. “For example, what have you done for Ukraine. What are you going to do with all the power you got at the parliamentary elections? What kind of sms does Kolomoisky write to you and that Andriy Bogdan constantly whispers in your ear, ” Boklan said. The press officer of the President confirmed to “Ukraiynska Pravda” the interview had already been recorded. "There will be several questions that concern the society," as the press officer of the head of state Yuliya Mendel said. Asked about the big press conference of the head of state, as it had been announced in June, she assured that the press conference would be held later. “This does not mean the press conference won't be held. Since the President had no opportunity for full-fledged work during these 100 days, we expect the parliament to start working, the legislative initiatives of the head of state to be supported, then it will be some outcome, then the press conference will be held. We will try to do it as soon as possible. Probably, this autumn,” as Mendel said. On May 20, 2019, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky took the oath of office in the Verkhovna Rada. He was elected president in the second round of elections on April 21.
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