Sadovy must start solving garbage problem in Lviv himself – Groysman
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman has shared his impressions from communication with the mayor of Lviv, Andriy Sadovy, regarding the solution of the problem of utilization of Lviv garbage.
"An hour ago I had a telephone conversation with the Lviv city mayor, Andriy Sadovy, who said that the polygons with which we had agreed during my last visit to Lviv, refuse to take Lviv garbage in future. To be honest, I understand their position in a human way and I said about this to Mr. Andriy. They do not see any desire on his part to solve the problem, but only permanent delays. "Therefore, apparently, they refuse, because they do not understand how long this will continue," the premier wrote on his Facebook page on Friday evening.
He was very impressed by the fact that Sadovy is in no hurry to decide the issue of garbage disposal. So, answering the question with whom and when the mayor of Lviv spoke on this topic last time, he replied that he had talked to Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko about one and a half month ago.
"As a former mayor, I am always trying to help the city heads who turn to me. I've interfered with this situation more than once and I'm ready to intervene again. But I think that in the end Andriy should start solving this problem himself, rather than blaming people who prevent him from doing so," Groysman said.