"We do not have the slightest conflict with the Speaker of the Parliament. He has a vision of some of his situational projects," Mykhailo Podoliak, an adviser to the Head of the President's Office, said in an interview with the Babel Ukrainian media outlet.
At the same time, commenting on different approaches of the President and the Speaker to resolving the constitutional crisis, Podoliak expressed an opinion that "when you join a team with a high rating and a credit of trust, you should work within a single team for at least the first three or four years."
"There is the President, he has identified certain vectors. In the case of the Constitutional Court, this is a fundamental vector: we are moving towards the gradual destruction of the closed and caste system of governance. It seems to me that the Speaker should move in unison with us in this direction, even if he has his own political ambitions and goals," the adviser to the Head of the President's Office said.
Earlier, Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Dmytro Razumkov stated that he had absolutely working relations with the Office of the President and good relations with President Volodymyr Zelensky.
The media began to raise the issue of relations between the President's Office and Razumkov after the reports on the alleged conflict between Speaker Razumkov and representatives of the President's Office had appeared.
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