The head of the State Road Agency (Ukravtodor), Slawomir Nowak, has submitted his resignation to the prime minister of Ukraine.
Ukravtodor announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.
“A few weeks ago, I decided to end my work as the head of Ukravtodor in connection with the end of my three-year term, the new offers that I have received, and my personal plans,” Nowak said.
“I am ready to help both the prime minister of Ukraine and the next head of Ukravtodor in the future because the changes that have begun need to be continued. I came to Ukraine because I am convinced that Ukraine’s place is in the EU. I came to Ukraine to implement European standards within the realities of the Ukrainian road sector. I was happy to begin changes to Ukraine’s infrastructure and I am happy to see how its roadmap is changing day by day," he added.
According to Ukravtodor, Nowak will deliver a public speech on the results of the changes that have been made in the road industry and the program of further steps to develop the country's infrastructure on October 1. Ukravtodor is hoping that its next director will participate in the event.
As reported earlier, Ukraine’s Minister of Infrastructure Vladyslav Kryklyi recently announced that Nowak has decided to leave the post of Ukravtodor director.