He said this at a briefing, Censor.NET reports citing 112 Ukraine.
"I can name some of the names that I think would absolutely deserve to work in the new government, irrespective of the fact who will be the new prime minister. For example, it is Ivan Mikloš, former vice prime minister and finance minister of Slovakia, who has implemented a lot of systemic reforms and has practically experienced the transition of a Soviet Union country to an EU state. Such people as Yuliia Kovaliv, the first deputy minister of economy, Maksym Nefiodov, the deputy minister of economy," he said.
As reported, Slovak politician Ivan Mikloš was appointed February last year Finance Minister Jaresko's adviser on tax systems, decentralization, and general reorganization of public finances.
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