"I have already said that I feel my effectiveness in the executive branch of power, so I doesn't have any of such plans," the prime minister said in an interview with Channel 112.
Read alsoPM Groysman says Ukraine loses over 16% of GDP due to Russian aggression"We've managed to stabilize the situation in the country and made the economy grow despite the serious challenges of territorial integrity," he said in a follow-up tweet after the interview.
"We can borrow experience, [invite] experts from other countries, but I believe that we ourselves are building our own home, and these are the Ukrainians themselves who will have to build Ukraine," he said.
"We must become a great European state not in size, but in essence. The key task is to develop our potential," he added.
По великому рахунку маємо стати великою європейською державою не за розміром, а суттю. Ключове завдання – розвиток нашого потенціалу— Volodymyr Groysman (@VGroysman) July 16, 2017