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KIEV, November 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich will decide whether he will run in the presidential campaign in 2015 after he consults with Ukrainian citizens. He has made a statement in an interview with Ukrainian TV channels on Wednesday.
“As for the presidential elections, when I finalize the fulfillment of my program, which I outlined for these five years, I will report to Ukrainian citizens. I will devote much time and attention to a report to people and ask for their point of view from the voters. And when I learn it and when I see the results of what had been done I will take a decision. Meanwhile, I have one more year (at the post of the president),” Yanukovich noted.