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WARSAW, December 09. /ITAR-TASS/. Poland’s Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski calls a political mistake the demand for resignation of Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovich, which the opposition had voiced.
“The president is the person, who may decide on organisation of a coalition government and also may sign the association agreement,” he told a local television broadcaster.
Sikorski called on all sides in the conflict emerging in Ukraine to beginning a dialogue and expressed hope they would be able to refrain from use of force.
Kiev should find a “Ukrainian solution” for “Ukrainian political problems,” he said.
“This means they should have the reforms to allow funds from the International Monetary Fund, to protect the country from bankruptcy.”
Ukraine is on the edge of major financial problems, he continued.
“It needs vitally additional cash. It may arrive either from Russia at a certain price, or from the West in exchange for reforms and the pro-European development trend,” the foreign minister said.