President Volodymyr Zelenskyy plans to attend an extraordinary parliamentary session on 4 March, first deputy speaker Ruslan Stefanchuk has said on the air of ICTV TV.
“I have literally contacted him just now. He said: ‘Yes, I will be there,’” Stefanchuk, who is also the president’s representative in parliament, said.
He explained that law-enforcement agencies would have five minutes each to report on their performance and then answer MPs’ questions.
He added that parliament would consider dismissing the ministers failing to deliver the president’s programme.