Ukraine's president meets with prime minister and the speaker

Other News Materials 15 December 2006 15:11 (UTC +04:00)

(ForUm) - The President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko meets with the Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych and the speaker Olexander Moroz today at 5 p.m. The people's deputy of Party of Regions Taras Chernovol informed.

The question does not concern the anti-crisis coalition. The President is beware of significant negotiations, he is afraid of them, that's why the meeting is holding among three heads of the State, the deputy added, reports Trend.

According to Chernovol, in the scope of the meeting Yushchenko, Yanukovych and Moroz are going to discuss the budget bill for 2007 that the President refused to sign.

The main issue of the meeting is budget bill veto, the parliamentarian thinks.

This meeting will have no result as it is difficult to talk with the President, but after this meeting the Verkhovna Rada will try to consider only some Yushchenko's remarks, otherwise they will have to revise a new budget bill. There are no sources for new funds, and if the President is reasonable he will sign the budget bill, Chernovol summed up