He announced this today at a briefing, Censor.NET reports.
"From the very beginning me and my team were saying that we were ready to invest one year in this job. It was a difficult but quite successful year. So I have decided that I am leaving the office of the infrastructure minister; this is my personal decision. I have thought it all over; it does not mean that I am not coming to the office on Monday," the minister said.
"We have done a lot in this year, although not everything. I do not disclaim all liability for not having done what we haven't done," Pyvovarskyi said.
He also expressed hopes that his successor would be able to finish the reforms in the ministry infrastructure.
Pyvovarskyi also noted that he planned to return into business.