Prime ministerYulia Timoshenkowill ask the Verkhovna Rada to accept resignation of the Minister of TransportIosif Vinsky.
She declared it on a press - conferences on Wednesday.
"First of all, when I took up a position of the prime minister, I promised all people that among ministers there will be no sacred cows and there will be no covering of any unpleasant phenomena connected with inappropriate use of money, corruption", - declared to Tymoshenko.
"I understand that it wasn't pleasant to mister Vinsky that we stopped inappropriate use of money of "Ukrpochta" is to 15 million hryvnias which he drew that were used on his personal advertizing", - she added.
Tymoshenko assured, as from now on won't distinguish who is engaged in such things - members of BYuT or other representatives of the coalition.
"I think, it will be a quite good lesson for those who has for itself(himself) such sin as illegal use of the state resources", - was declared by the prime minister.
It also assured that the Cabinet of Ministers in that structure in what it is, and "will effectively work" further.
"From that the government gets rid of corrupt officials, it doesn't become weaker, and is stronger... The more carefully the government will be cleared of people who treat public finances as to the, the better", - she declared.
Tymoshenko also declared that "it is pleasant to her that there are first deputy ministers, youth which have a gloss in eyes which understand that on another it is necessary to do serious work".
In particular, the prime minister told that is happy with work of the Acting Minister of Finance Igor Umansky.
Concerning that she didn't want to meet Vinsky before his resignation, Tymoshenko noted that works within the schedule and meets ministers when such meeting is in graphics.
"I think, this meeting would change nothing because really "Ukrpochta's" guide confirmed that wanted to use means not for designated purpose.
"I will address in the Verkhovna Rada that it accepted the statement of the minister to attention and met his requirement", - the prime minister emphasized.