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Tymoshenko wants harmonious relations with Russia

Posted by the Editor on December 28, 2007


News / 28 December 2007 | 15:50

Tymoshenko wants harmonious relations with Russia

Tymoshenko wants harmonious relations with Russia

Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko considers that she will succeed in achieving understanding with leadership of Russia, being guided by the Ukrainian national interests, Cabinet press service reported.

“We know our national interests, we take care of them, and won’t betray them for any elections, posts, vanity. Here lies value of our team for Russia,” Yulia Tymoshenko said by her live in the programme “I think so” on “1+1” TV channel.

The Head of Government stressed that a team which had come to power in Ukraine, does not intend to continue practice of the previous years when representatives of the Ukrainian political circles on the eve of stated elections used to go to Moscow for support.

“I believe that we’ll be predictable for Russia and its President Volodymyr Putin,” Yulia Tymoshenko said.

“We can lay the foundation, basis once and for all when we say: here are our interests and here are the interests of Russia – let us balance, make an inventory of problem issues which haven’t been solved for many years and find ways of their regulation adhering, undoubtedly, to the national interest of Ukraine,” the PM emphasized, noting that such approach would permit to enter into harmonious relations between two states.

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One Response to “Tymoshenko wants harmonious relations with Russia”

  1. For-ua said

    We know our national interests, we take care of them, and won’t betray them for any elections, posts, vanity.

    Will Yulia betray Ukraine’s national interest and support the dismantling of Ukraine parliamentary democracy and revert back to a system of Presidential “Rule by Decree” dictatorship.

    Ukraine has been a democracy for less then two years. An European style parliamentary democracy is in Ukraine’s best interest. The powers of the President must be cut and Ukraine should become a full parliamentary democracy as outlined in teh recommendations made by the Parliamentary Assembly of teh Council of Europe published on April 17, 2007

    Or has Yulia sold out Ukraine;s democratic development as part of a deal for her to secure fresh elections and a second chance to be Prime-minister.

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