(ForUm) - The first deputy head of President's Secretariat Arseny Yatsenyuk informs that the President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko intends to hold a meeting with the Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych and the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Olexander Moroz by the end of the current week. Yatsenyuk told journalists after Cabinet's session.
The Head of the State will hold a meeting with the Prime Minister and the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada. We have prepared correspondent drafts on cooperation regulations, and will try to realize them, Yatsenyuk said.
According to him, the meeting will take place this week, but this is the second regulations we forward to the Government and unfortunately there is no positive answer. But we hope if the Prime Minister said all squabbles are left in 2006 than unfulfilled obligations also are in 2006. So we hope the correspondent legal texts among the President's Secretariat, the Government and the Verkhovna Rada will be signed and put into operation in 2007, reports Trend.