"Some MPs have questions to Minister of Education and Science Serhiy Kvit," a source said.
Speaking about the probable appointment of Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration, the source publication called the issue of creating this post "overripe" and predicted it be combined with the post of Minister of Economy, taking into account the entry into force of a Ukraine-EU DCFTA.
However, a source close to Yatsenyuk confirmed that First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Vitaliy Kovalchuk was likely to be appointed as a new Deputy Prime Minister.
"Officially, Kovalchuk will be appointed to establish communication between the Government and the President. But this communication has already been established, Yatsenyuk often communicates with Poroshenko. Kovalchuk is likely to be brought to the Cabinet of Ministers in order to establish greater control over the prime minister and to "sniff" around everything," a source close to Yatsenyuk said.
Read alsoDismissal of Ukraine’s PM not on Rada’s agenda - LutsenkoAnother government source said that the process of government reshuffles would be long, and personnel issues would have "integrated solutions."
"The reshuffles will affect not only the posts of deputy prime ministers and ministers, but also the CEC and the regional state administrations. And there are no agreements yet," one of the ministers predicted.
As UNIAN reported earlier, on January 14, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that he expected personnel changes in the Cabinet of Ministers and economic growth of the country provided by it.