The head of the President’s Office of Ukraine, Andrii Bohdan, has said he was not ready to give even an approximate date of the President’s Office move to the Ukrainian House and its cost, UNN reports.
“When the project is ready, when the logistic assessment is undertaken […],” Bohdan said.
The presidential representative said that he was “neither a builder nor an architect,” the estimated cost should be indicated in the project, so when it became known, it would be published.
However, the head of the President’s Office stressed that the funds from the state budget would not be allocated for the relocation.
As The Journalist reported, architects said what Presidential Office would look like.