Prime Minister of Ukraine prepares for first parliament session

Other News Materials 24 October 2007 14:02 (UTC +04:00)

( ForUm ) - Prime Minister of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych considers that political situation in Ukraine is still tense. He said that today, opening the Cabinet session, the ForUm's correspondent informs.

"The process of early elections comes to its end and only force-majeure can be an obstacle on this way," he said.

According to Yanukovych, the government must prepare to the first VRU session. We must prepare urgent draft bills. We have all necessary conditions for this.

PM is sure that today the government must start working with pragmatic political forces who are ready to fulfill their promises. According to Yanukovych, fulfillment of main courses of country's development is a priority for every political force. "That's why, we will have more allies than opponents," he added.

Yanukovych charged first vice PM Mykola Azarov to lead the work on draft bills preparation.

Yanukovych also noted that the government must prepare for tense work and cooperation with the parliament. "Regardless of who will be in the parliament, for us, as politicians, it is important to reach economic growth and improvement of people's life," he stated.