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KIEV, December 7 (Itar-Tass) - Personnel changes in the Ukrainian government will be made only after thorough analysis of the socio-economic situation, Prime Minister Nikolai Azarov told foreign mass media on Friday. The government’s public relations office has published some extracts of that interview.
“As far as changes to the composition of the government is concerned, that process will depend on the analysis of the socio-economic situation and the efforts of our ministers to implement the economic upturn program, which is currently most crucial of all,” Azarov said. “Decisions will be made there where the analysis reveals room for improvement.”
He speculated that this process might take several weeks to accomplish.