Former Prime Minister of Slovakia Mikulas Dzurinda will become Advisor to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, about it declared itself a Slovak politician, the Ukrainian television.
"I accepted the invitation with pleasure... I Have a feeling that I have the opportunity to offer Ukraine. And in 1st place-my own experience of how we come out of political isolation And economic situation ", - he said on the air of " hromadske TV. Dzurinda said that because of economic And political reform in Slovakia has changed completely, informs RIA " news ". Dzurinda served as Prime Minister of Slovakia from 1998 to 2006. For some time he also served as President of the country, and from 2010 to 2012 headed the foreign Ministry. The last time a politician has arrived in Kiev in the framework of programmes on the problems of decentralization of power in Ukraine. The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko since coming to power surrounds himself with the same And foreign advisors. So, in February, the Former head of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili was appointed as a freelance assistant to the President of Ukraine. Saakashvili also became head of the Advisory international Council of reforms under the President of Ukraine. Georgia later demanded that Ukraine explanations for this appointment because the Georgian authorities are looking for Saakashvili to charge him under four articles of the criminal code, for which he faces up to eleven years of imprisonment. So, in March, Saakashvili rushed to reassure Ukrainians that North America will supply weapons to Kiev.