Zelensky's advisor promises to show candidate's action plan before runoff
Advisor to Volodymyr Zelensky Ruslan Riaboshapka assured the public that the presidential candidate's action plan for the first 100 days in offce, in case he wins the runoff, will be presented before the election's second round.
"If there is such public demand – and there really is such demand to learn about Volodymyr Zelensky and his team's program and concrete action plan, and who are the people who will be implementing action plan – then, of course, people will have this information before the second round," Ryaboshapka told a TV panel show Pravo na Vladu (Right to Power), according to Ukrayinska Pravda.
"Volodymyr will present both his team and the action plan for the first 100 days," the advisor said.
He did not mention the date when this would happen, but he assured that "it will definitely be until the second round."
"There is no specific date now. Volodymyr Zelensky will announce it personally. My only message is that this will be done in advance, before the vote," said Riaboshapka.
Voters expect Zelensky to name specific people who will join his team if he becomes head of state, and to unequivocally determine his position on Russian aggression in Ukraine and on the country's foreign policy.
As UNIAN reported earlier, Team Zelensky's political consultant Dmytro Razumkov said that presidential candidate Zelensky would pass blood tests at a private lab “EuroLab” on April 5.
According to Razumkov, Team Zelensky do not trust the medical facility at the Olimpiyskiy since the site is state-owned.
At the same time, he claimed there were "independent" facilities that could be trusted.