"Indeed, the scheme of changing time is in effect and we probably won't change it until 2016," Bruzga told journalists at the government on Tuesday.
In his words, the small survey will be purchased in response to parliament's instructions. The adviser said the survey would probably include interviews with residents and an overview of other countries.
"After conducting the survey, which is not very broad or very large in size, we will for the first time have specific answers and an opinion based on more specific parameters in connection to time change," he added.
Bruzga emphasized that, with the survey in place, the country will have an opportunity to raise the issue once again on the European Union (EU) level after 2016.