Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Dmytro Razumkov has commented on media reports alleging that the Head of the Presidential Office, Andriy Bohdan, had resigned.
"I'm not a press secretary for Andriy Iosypovych Bohdan, I think it's better to ask him," Razumkov told Nash TV channel, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
This came as a response to a request to comment on earlier reports claiming that the presidential office staff this afternoon were allegedly clearing the office where Bohdan used to receive visitors.
"Today I didn't have the opportunity to speak with him, so I can't comment on this" Razumkov said.
"I think that in our country, as we know how our people are, anything is possible," he went on to say. "At one time they said that Zelensky could not be president. However, everyone sees who the president is today. I probably could never have thought that I would be chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Therefore, anything is possible, always."
"However, to be politically correct, I believe we should ask rather than suggest," he concluded.