The language issue in Ukraine cannot and will not be served as a tool to meet political ambitions or to deliver any ultimatums, stressed Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman on air of one of the TV channels.
"It's unpleasant for me to hear that the language question may be used for political ambitions. Life isn't easy enough, and it's not necessary to deliver ultimatums. We value and respect the rights of national minorities. We are a great European nation and we have own Ukrainian language. And we create the conditions seek to ensure our language be heard, be studied and be spoken", Volodymyr Groysman stressed.
In this context the Government will fully comply with its obligations to ensure the rights of national minorities. "We will promote the Ukrainian language, and we will provide opportunities for the minorities to develop", the Prime Minister underlined.