Vova Groisman still agreed to head a new cabinet of ministers of Ukraine

Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Vladimir Groisman said that he agreed to head the next cabinet, said on Wednesday, April 13, “Interfax”. The politician also said about reaching a compromise coalition members about the format of the future government.

“We went out on an acceptable format (the government - ed.” Lenta.ru “), which will emerge from the crisis in which we are today”, - Groisman said, opening the morning session of the Verkhovna Rada.

He also said that on Wednesday the members of the coalition will be able to discuss the proposed format of the cabinet. According to Groisman, to exit from the difficult situation prevailing in the country of the future Government will need considerable support “parliamentary factions - and” Petro Poroshenko Block “and” Popular Front “.”

13 April 2016

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