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V. Groysman: All authorities realize today what decisions must be taken targeting to settle the situation in Ukraine

02.03.2014 | 15:51
Department of Information and Communication of the Secretariat of the CMU


The Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman called on the citizens of Ukraine to preserve patience in this complex situation for the country. He assured all the authorities having in the competence establishing relations with other states, including with the Russian Federation, had a clear understanding of what must be done to settle the situation. The Vice Prime Minister emphasized during a briefing at the House of Government on March 2, 2014.
“The situation in Ukraine is rather difficult, but all the authorities dealing with problems of relations with the Russian Federation clearly realize what must be done and in what way,” the official emphasized.

Presently Ukraine has enough instruments to preserve peace within the country, he said. “It is significant today for all of us to keep patience, as our patience is the pledge that the situation would be settled in a political way and there would be preserved peace within the country”.

Moreover, Volodymyr Groysman stressed that local authorities deeply realized the need to maintain territorial integrity and sovereignty of our country.

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