President’s Office: no protocol, transcript and video from Kolomoysky-Zelensky meeting.


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A protocol, transcripts, and video were not recorded during the meeting of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and oligarch Igor Kolomoysky. UNN News Agency reported that.

The representatives of the Presidential Office reminded that, according to the President, they were discussing the energy issue as well as tariffs reduction for utilities.

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Besides, it is known that Prime Minister of Ukraine Oleksiy Honcharuk, Ukraine’s Minister of Energy Oleksiy Orzhel, first assistant of the President Serhiy Shefir, Presidential Office head Andriy Bohdan, Executive Director of Naftogaz-Ukraine Yuriy Vitrenko, Chairman of the parliamentary committee on energy issues Andriy Herus, and member of the Naftogaz-Ukraine Observing Council Yulia Kuznetsova were presented at the meeting.

As we reported earlier, Prime Minister of Ukraine Oleksiy Honcharuk said that a compromise on the issue of PrivatBank with businessman Igor Kolomoysky was possible. All decisions, whatever they are, will be agreed with the IMF.

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The interview was planned at 2 p.m.