Yemets not going to resign – Health Ministry

Censor.NET reports citing Interfax.

According to Dekhtiarenko, the position of Yemets is the following: "he has come to power to carry out the healthcare reform and help Ukraine overcome the coronavirus epidemic."

Earlier, there were reports about possible resignation of Ilya Yemets from the post of health minister.

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