First Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine's parliament, Ruslan Stefanchuk has said the team of President Volodymyr Zelensky fulfilled about 20% of election promises during the first year in power.

"If we take the main points of the president's five-year program he has voiced, we saw that about 20% of promises he made, including on lifting parliamentary immunity, responsibility for piano voting, and other things, have already been fulfilled", MP told Ukraine 24 TV channel.

According to Stefanchuk, "20% in first 12 months isn't bad."

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"There will be difficult issues coming up– this is about systemic transformations, issues of economic reforms. And here we already have worked-out answers. We will see how they move forward. But both the president and the Rada have intentions to implement all this," he added.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Zelensky has retained the highest level of public confidence (44%).