The head of Ukravtodor receives in Ukraine more than the Prime Minister of Poland
The salary of the acting head of Ukravtodor Slawomir Nowak shocked the Polish journalists. The fact is that to work in Ukraine, Novak held the position of Minister of transport of Poland in the government of Donald Tusk.
Then he earned in the year 162 thousand PLN, which translated into hryvnia amounts to little more than 1,146 million. Writes about this edition of Super Express.
After moving to Ukraine, the salary of Novak has grown considerably. So, in 2018, the post of acting head of Ukravtodor he received 1,684 million (238 thousand PLN).
But that’s not all. Polish media have compared the salary of Novak in Ukraine, with the salary of his Prime Minister, and found that and then moved to Ukraine, the official was found.
It is noted that the head of the Polish government earns in a month 16.5 thousand zlotys (about 116 thousand UAH). Thus, according to the calculations of journalists, in 2018 Slawomir Nowak earned 238 thousand PLN, or an average of 19 000 PLN per month (approximately 134 450 UAH). Previously declared salary was 25 000 PLN (about 176 885 UAH).
In the Polish media noted that Novak received the citizenship of Ukraine in 2016, and then headed Ukravtodor.
Earlier we wrote that in Ukraine there will be a toll highway, prices are lower than in Europe.
In Ukraine will soon see the first toll road. Drivers are told how much it will cost comfortable journey to improved road conditions.
This was announced by acting head of Ukravtodor Slawomir Nowak.
The construction of a toll road from Lviv to Krakovets Poland will start in 2020. The fare will be no more than 7-10 Euro cents (about 3 USD) per kilometer.
“We should take as a benchmark European prices. But all in all, Ukraine will be a little cheaper. The average cost of motorway construction in Europe – 10 million euros per kilometer. In Ukraine, I think, will be no more than 5-6 million euros per kilometer. Therefore the price of travel will not be more than 7-10 Euro cents per kilometer,” said he.