Saakashvili met with Poroshenko after the claim to power

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko had a meeting with the new Prime Minister Vladimir Groysman and the Governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili. The head of the region reported on his page in Facebook.

“President Poroshenko invited the Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman and me to the presidential Administration to discuss the issues that I have raised repeatedly, and which for many months of sabotage and do not dare”, — he wrote.

According to Saakashvili, the meeting discussed the completion of construction and commencement of operation of the new Odessa customs, where, on the assurances of the Governor, “it will become impossible to take bribes”. Also discussed the construction of roads, personnel of the Prosecutor’s office, security Service of Ukraine and the State fiscal service, said in a statement.

“I again raised the issues of changes in acts of the Cabinet to disperse the pecan mafia, greatly ease the lives of the winemakers and, in General, to cease to drive the economy into the shadow”, — wrote the head of the Odessa region, noting that the Prime Minister asked a few days to make your suggestions.

“On Saturday I have to get definitive answers and will report on them and the inhabitants of Odessa region, and the public at large”, concluded Saakashvili.

April 11, Saakashvili posted on his Facebook page in a public appeal to Poroshenko, demanding not to make a “get-together” in the formation of the new government, to dismiss the Prosecutor of Odessa region Nikolay Stoyanov and to initiate proceedings against the mayor of Odessa Gennady Trukhanov.

On 15 April it became known about the resignation of Stoyanov. It was noted that this happened after demanding the immediate release Stoyanov appointment by the acting attorney General addressed the President of Ukraine.

April 10, former Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk resigned. On 14 April the Verkhovna Rada approved of the former speaker Vladimir Groisman as the new head of the Ukrainian government.