Ruling Party's deputy Mikhail Chechetov commented on massive Hyundai train breakdowns and the fate of current Vice Prime Minister Borys Kolesnikov who bought the trains, reports Censor.NET.
According to the deputy, there is no Minister's fault in the breakdowns of expensive imported trains.
"Europe was completely paralyzed by snow. This disaster was everywhere. And taking Ukraine out of this context is unfair," Chechetov told Censor.NET.
"And Boris Viktorovych did so much for the Euro 2012. In three years the "orange" government had not even built a doghouse," claimed the deputy. "But in two years the preparation was so vogorous that even Platini said that it was the best football fiesta. I think that Kolesnikov should remain in office for that only. He showed the best qualities of the minister, a top manager," said Chechetov.
"Mykola Azarov has already stated that nominations to the Cabinet will be held in coordination with the President. I cannot add anything else," said the deputy.