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  • Government will exert every effort to preserve stability in the period between elections in Ukraine, says Olexandr Saienko
    Service of Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, posted 28 May 2019 14:58

    The Government led by Volodymyr Groysman will exert every effort to preserve stability in Ukraine, protect it from the challenges and threats in the period between the elections, regardless of the results of the voting in the Verkhovna Rada on their resignation.

    This was emphasized by Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Olexandr Saienko during a meeting with the European Union delegation on May 28.

    "On Thursday there will be a vote on the resignation of Prime Minister on his statement. He has done that so that nobody feels that the Government and the Prime Minister are worried about their positions. But no matter what decision will be taken on Thursday in the Parliament, I can assure you that the Prime Minister and the Government will exert every effort in one or another status to maintain stability in Ukraine and protect people from any crisis phenomena, in case of they occur", he stressed.

    Oleksandr Saienko stressed that Ukraine faces a number of challenges, both political and economic, in particular, concerns raise the problems with servicing the state's debts.

    "I believe that even talking about it is rather painful, including among investors", the Minister said. "It is critical for us to identify together those red lines in the pre-election rhetoric that can affect the stability of the country and the continuation of its strategic course."

    In turn, the Director General of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiation Christian Danielsson stressed that it is of paramount importance for Ukraine to prolong the launched reforms, in particular in the decentralization sector, state and corporate governance, education, medicine, energy, etc.

    "We highly appreciate what was done jointly in the context of reforms in Ukraine. A lot of work has been done, and still much remains to be done. We are ready to continue our cooperation with you", summed up Christian Danielsson.