News / 14 April 2009 | 17:52
Tymoshenko intends to adopt anti-crisis laws at Cabinet session
Today at the special government’s session the Cabinet of Ministers is going to regulate issues in the draft laws which the VRU could not manage to adopt today. The Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko said.
“We together with Ministers and International Financial organizations have elaborated draft laws package which can become a ground for continuation of cooperation of Ukraine with the international financing organizations,” Yulia Tymoshenko said, opening the government’s session, the ForUm’s correspondent informs.
The PM noted that the Cabinet would regulate issues by means of government resolution.
As a reminder, today the VRU refused to consider three anti-crisis laws, which are necessary for continuation of the cooperation with the IMF.
BYuT blames Viktor Yushchenko for break of agreements concerning voting for anti-crisis laws.