The head of the Advisory international Council of reforms under the President of Ukraine Mikhail Saakashvili said Thursday that U.S. Senator John Sidney McCain gave consent to participate in the Council.
According to a statement released on Wednesday the decree of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, McCain became part of the Advisory international Council of reforms at the head of the Ukrainian country. The head of the Council was the former President of Georgia Saakashvili. According to the information network publications Buzzfeed, McCain said that did not give its consent for the appointment to the Advisory Council.
"Senator John Sidney McCain has agreed in principle to participate, which he confirmed again in conversation with me today, although he still has to finish the official formal procedures According to the rules of the U.S. Congress ", - Saakashvili wrote on his page century
According to his statement, the former head of Poland Aleksander Kwasniewski also expressed the desire to join the Council.
Saakashvili added that every two weeks will be issued a report about How the process of reform.
As declared in the decree Poroshenko, the Board also includes ex-Prime Minister and ex-foreign Minister of Sweden Carl Bildt, Head of the European Parliament's international relations Elmar Brok, former Prime Minister of Slovakia Mikulas Dzurinda, former Prime Minister of Lithuania Andrius Kubilius and several others. the Goal of the Council is to give advice to the President of Ukraine on reforms " on the basis of best international practices ".