The document is published on the website of the Unified State Registry of declarations, Censor.NET reports.
According to the published data, the prime minister owns two houses in the Vinnytsia region of 534 sq. m. and 461.1 sq. m., three shops, and two attached premises in Vinnytsia.
He has declared two land plots of some 3,000 sq. m. in the Vinnytsia region and two more land plots of approx. 6,000 sq. m. in Vinnytsa.
The income statement lists two apartment that are used by Hroisman's family members - Ivan and Alina Burlaka.
The prime minister has indicated 12 watches including Rolex and Parmigiani, jewelry and two cars, Land Rover and Volkswagen, owned by him and his wife respectively.
The official has declared cash assets in the amount of 2.4 million hryvnia ($92,328), 460,000 euro and $870,000, while his wife possesses 1.6 million hryvnia ($61,552) and $372,000 in cash.