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Prime Minister: Gov't reasoned a lot from past experience starting 2005
08.09.2015 | 17:53

“Any attempt to disrupt the unity of authorities and start strife – "is viewed as an attempt to shoot in the back - not of those who were elected by the people of Ukraine to fill relevant posts in the offices, but directly of the Ukrainian state", said Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Tuesday, September 8, during an extended meeting of the Government with participation of President of Ukraine and Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.

He stressed that the Government "has reasoned a lot from past experience": "The most important is that with our work we have proven that we always find a common stance. The fact that we have worked together for over a year, is a good example. I don’t know any democratic Government and a democratically elected President who could have managed to do it. We have succeeded. And this is only the first stage."

"Whatever challenges are in front of us, whatever hidden dangers are in store for us. Whoever criticizes us – the Ukrainian caravan moves on. It is us who are fully answerable for the fate of the country, we are well aware what to do," summed up Arseniy Yatsenyuk.


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