Ukraine’s prime minister left for Poland
( ForUm ) - The Prime Minister of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych left for Poland with official visit. Yanukovych is accompanied by the Fuel and Energy Minister Yury Boyko, Economy Minister Anatoly Kinakh, Agricultural policy Minister Yury Melnyk, chairman of the State custom service Olexander Yegorov, chairman of "Ukrtransnafta" Jsc. Igor Kiryushyn and the people's Deputy Anna Herman. Instead of the Foreign Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk as it was expected, his deputy Volodymyr Khandogy will represent the Foreign Ministry.
Yanukovych is expected to hold meeting with the chairman of the Ministers council of Poland Yaroslav Kacinski and the Poland's President Lech Kacinski.
During his visit Yanukovych will give interview to the polish television.
Ukraine's PM also will wreath on the grave of the Unknown Warrior in Warsaw.