"I am open to cooperation with youth. It is necessary to engage young people as advisors and interns who have there own vision and who want to work. But it is also crucial to create the appropriate conditions for them, especially decent salaries", Vitali Klitschko said.
He urged students to join his team, and actively defend their citizenship. He also called on students to come to the polling stations on May 25 and give their votes. "The vote of every one of you may determine not only your future, but also the future of our country. Do not be indifferent. Students are always active, but when it comes to election, they may find some excuses not to come - long queues or the weather is not good enough”, Klitschko joked. “But today more than ever it is important to go to give a vote to stabilize the country as soon as possible", UDAR leader pointed out.
When asked what the students who come from Crimea to study in Kyiv should do, Klitschko said: "The main task for you is to get good education, and try to be the best in your area of knowledge. If you are a professional, you will be able to apply your skills everywhere - in Crimea, or in Kyiv, or in any city of Ukraine as well as in Europe or the U.S.", the politician said.
KPI graduate Anastasia Dmytruk, whose poem "We will never become brothers" about mental difference between Ukrainians and Russians turned a symbol of EuroMaidan, also arrived at the meeting with Vitali Klitschko. She read her poems and presented UDAR leader with the first edition of her poetry. In his turn, Klitschko thanked the girl for active citizenship and presented her flowers.