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KIEV, April 27 (Itar-Tass) —— The Dnepropetrovsk explosions will soon be solved and the culprits will be punished as they deserve, Ukrainian Prime Minister Nikolai Azarov wrote on the Facebook on Friday.
“I have ordered the appropriate ministries and departments to render maximal assistance to the therapy [of the explosion victims] and to compensate for the losses resultant from that crime. The president and the government keep the situation under control,” he wrote.
“This situation is beneficial for the forces seeking destabilization of the country,” he said. “The worse it is for average people the more criticism of the authorities may be made. They [the forces] do not like that the country is recovering from the crisis, pensions and salaries are growing, food prices are stabilizing, plants are being built and so on. The organizers of the terror act want to keep the country nervous, they want chaos and disorder,” he said.
The Ukrainian authorities will not allow disorganization, and the country will continue its sustainable development, he said.
Azarov expressed his sympathy with the victims of the barbarian terror act and conveyed the sympathy of European Parliament President Martin Schulz he had spoken to by phone.