The President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky broke a promise not to use state residences and went to the cottage in Koncha-Zaspa, said the Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, co-chair of the party "Opposition platform For life" Vadym Rabinovich on air of the channel "112 Ukraine".

"He said that will never live in these cottages, and there will be live children — it was. When the "romantic youth" was over, he realized that the country would be better to live it is "much better" than children", — said Rabinovich.

Zelensky has the right to live in gosrezidentsy, however, between the first and second round of presidential elections, he stated that he did not intend to use them.

"Let in these residences, the kids live some. I’m not sure how it is now called. These residence – I do not see in them any sense at all… In the end, as you go in, say, Europe for tours, and you see these old residences of great kings. Well, what is it now? It’s all for fun," said Zelensky during the presidential campaign in the spring of 2019.

On Thursday the Ukrainian President’s administration reported that in July Zelensky sold the house in the village Ivankovic and now will sojourn in state of residence "Concha Zaspa".

Earlier, the former Minister of justice Elena Lukash accused President Vladimir Zelensky that he introduced of voter confusion: elections promised a policy of "new faces" in power, however, among officials is still possible to find people associated with the previous President Petro Poroshenko.