Ukrainian President Believes Situation in Parliament to be Settled in Democratic Way: The Financial Times

Other News Materials 5 September 2008 12:53 (UTC +04:00)

Ukraine, Kiev, 5 September / Trend corr. Z.Novosvitskiy / The Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko gave interview to The Financial Times, expressing his belief that situation at the Supreme Rada would be settled through democratic way, the President's Administration said.

"As the President, I guarantee that we will find democratic responses to threats and betrayal, which happened. We will stop it," the President said. He believes that Union of Yuliya Timoshenko's Block with the Regions Party is destructive and it will not last for a long time, consequently, the political forces will begin to negotiate to establish a new coalition.

"A new dialogue will begin in Ukraine within the framework of leading political forces concerning coalition at the parliament and its format. I am sure that at present none of political parties has strong will to go to the elections. This fact makes political leaders of fractions at the parliament begin dialogue, which should be constructive," the President said.

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