Suprun says ready to stay in office if Ukraine's new government continues health care reform
Ukraine's Acting Health Minister Ulana Suprun says she is ready to continue to lead the ministry if she has an opportunity in the new government to continue health care reform.
When asked by journalists before a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers whether she plans to stay in office and about possible talks in this regard, she said: "I think we are all waiting for August 29 to see what will happen," the Ukrainian online newspaper Ukrayinska Pravda reported on August 21.
Suprun also noted conditions for her stay in office.
"This depends on the prime minister and on how the transformation of the health care system is perceived. If there were such opportunities as own team, financial and political support, as well as ongoing transformation [reform], I think everyone (a member of our government) would remain in his post and continue to work."