He stated this in parliament during 'Hour of Questions to the Government', responding to the question of MP Palo Kishkar (Samopomich faction) about the conflicts in the government, in particular the situation with Borovik, and losing good people, Censor.NET reports citing UNIAN.
Yatsenyuk said that the government is seriously work on talent pool and human resources. He added that the prime minister is objectively responsible "for everything - the minister quarreled with his adviser, the adviser quarreled with the secretary." "Ok, I'm ready to take responsibility. It is solely in the competence of the minister and the minister made this decision. I respect this decision," Yatseniuk said.
He added that if Borovik wants to work in Ukraine, then "our doors are open despite misunderstanding with the minister."
Yatseniuk offered Borovik to come to him for a talk.
Earlier, First Deputy Minister of Economy Borovik said earlier that he was leaving the Cabinet due to a conflict with Prime Minister Yatseniuk.
On May 14 the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade terminated the relationship with Advisor to the Minister Borovik, who was presented as a candidate for the post of first deputy.
Minister of Economic Development and Trade Abromavicius claimed responsibility for firing Borovik.
"I assure you that all my appointments and dismissals are my personal responsibility. With no phone calls or outside pressure. We have a great team," Abromavicius said.
In early March, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko granted Ukrainian citizenship to candidate for the post of Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Borovik.