He said in an interview with NV.UA that there were three conditions: the first concerned retention of Slovak citizenship, the second - the program of the future government, the third - its composition, Censor.NET reports.
"It is critical for me that the government will be reform and anti-corruption focused," Mikloš said.
He notes that he can continue working as advisor if he is not appointed as minister.
According to him, Verkhovna Rada Speaker Volodymyr Hroisman supported his conditions on joining the government.
"We had got no argument on it. Hroisman agreed that reforms had to be boosted and the ministers should be more active. But everything will depend on Hroisman. Yes, his positions will certainly be strong, but the majority in parliament is key, which will require making concessions," Mikloš said.
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