Groisman has recognized the inaction of the Cabinet of Ministers in solving the problem of burning of waste heaps in Lviv region❄

The Prime Minister said that unfortunately, Zubko two months have done nothing on this issue

Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman apologized to the residents of Lviv for the fact that within 2 months, the issue of burning waste heap “Lviv coal company” near Lviv was not resolved by the Vice-Prime Minister, Minister of regional development, construction and housing and communal services of Ukraine Gennady Zubko, who has been tasked with addressing this issue.

“I want to apologize for the waste heap, what two months, Deputy Prime Minister, who was in charge, did nothing, unfortunately. I made a remark to him about it from the point of view that indifference and irresponsibility I will not tolerate. I’m sorry that my colleague so lightly treated this problem,” – said Vladimir Groisman in the air of the Lviv regional state TV and radio company on Friday, reports “Interfax-Ukraine”.

He said that he was instructed to address the issue of burning of waste heaps in Lviv region, Vice Prime Minister G. Zubko.

“Unfortunately, it is for 2 months did nothing on this issue. I was forced to delegate it to the Deputy Prime Minister (Vladimir -ed.) Cistiano. In fact, the other day, we brought everything to its logical conclusion,” he said.

According to the head of the government, at the last meeting on 27 September, the Cabinet decided to allocate additional funds for resolution of this issue.

“Now the question of waste heaps will be decided in a regular mode”, – said Vladimir Groisman.

“Lviv coal company” operates Chervonograd Central concentrating mill (CCM), converts coal mines of the Western region of Ukraine.

Recall, September 9, during the government hour in the Parliament there was an unpleasant to the Vice-Premier of the conversation. When the MPs asked questions of Ministers, Groisman, who did not like the response Zubko, said: “You do so again say, I’ll give it away on s*** out of here“. After that, Zubko answered the swearing Groisman. Later the Prime Minister himself apologized to the members of the government for the use of foul language.