He noted that destruction of self-government and complete disregard of Kyivans’ interests resulted in the current city problems, from utility services and roads.
"The city should be comfortable. Self-governing mechanisms should work so that Kyivans have an opportunity influence developments in their homes and areas to exclude situations when instead of a kindergarten or a square strange buildings are erected. Authorities must be accountable to the community. We declare transparency and will show it," UDAR leader said.
Klitschko stressed that Kyiv has a great potential, and the reforms that need to be implemented throughout the country will start from the capital.
"We have a clear program. We have scheduled meetings with a large number of residents in all the districts of Kyiv. We will communicate with people, represent our team, and discuss our reform plan," the politician pointed out.
When asked whether vote buying is possible in this election, Klitschko said: "Buckwheat bribers have no prospects. I am sure that the people of Kyiv have learned from the mistakes they had made before and will not exchange their future and the future of their city for a kilo of buckwheat," UDAR leader stressed.