Ukraine's PM Honcharuk says didn't file resignation letter
Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk has once again denied media reports about his alleged resignation.
"I haven't written any statements as of this moment," he told a briefing in Kyiv Monday, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
"Obviously, we will have consultations on the issue with the president and parliament. As of today, I wouldn't like to comment on anything else," PM said.
Earlier, a number of Ukrainian media, citing government sources, reported on Sergiy Tigipko's possible appointment as new prime minister to replace Honcharuk.
The presidential press service has not responded to an UNIAN inquiry for comment.
Later, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky confirmed he had met with Tigipko, among other figures.
On February 26, Honcharuk denied media reports about his resignation.